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Being a vendor and selling your products at trade shows is one of the most popular ways for you and other people who have similar interests to get together. There is so much to see and do, and, as an exhibitor at a trade show, you have the potential to make a good profit from sales of your arts and crafts. But there is also a potential for accidents as well. These accidents, if they happen on your premises and you are held responsible, could take take away that profit and then some.
But you also don’t have to let the risk of an accident keep you from selling your arts and crafts at trade shows because there is a way for you to minimize risk before you even get to the expo. Our Artists, Crafters, & Tradesmen (ACT) Insurance was created for artisans like you who need the protection that liability insurance for trade shows provides.
ACT includes two policies to fit your needs. Our Show Policy is for those who only need liability coverage for a short term basis. If you attend many different events or shows throughout the year, our comprehensive Annual Policy is another great option.
To compare both policies and see which one is best for you, please visit our comparison page page.
Limits of Liability
General Liability Aggregate Limit
Products-Completed Operations Aggregate Limit
General Liability Each Occurrence Limit
Damage to Premises Rented Limit
Business Personal Property Limit (Per Article)
Business Personal Property Aggregate Limit
Business Personal Property Deductible
Optional Professional Liability Per Occurrence Limit
Optional Professional Liability Aggregate Limit
Optional Professional Liability Deductible
Pricing (for consecutive days)
$0 – $50,000 in Annual Sales
$50,000 – $100,000 in Annual Sales
Optional Professional Liability
Raise BPP limits to $10,000/$50,000
**Please note these are brief definitions of coverage and your policy may be more restrictive in its language. It is essential that you refer to the actual policy for a complete description of coverages and exclusions. If you would like to see a sample policy, please contact us.