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Topic: How to provide the best venue for vendors??  (Read 1927 times)
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« on: February 14, 2016 07:36:23 PM »

I am having a show in July in Kansas.  I have a wonderful facility with a large indoor air conditioned hall that will hold 26 booths.   I am also having outdoor booths.  We have a beautiful facility with a kids playground and walking trails.    My question is:  We also have a large indoor riding arena that is available.  Should I have booths set up in the arena instead of outside??   It can be hot - 100 degree range.  We also have potential for winds in Kansas.  Inside of the arena can be very warm, but access to electrical for fans.
Should I keep the arena available in the event of rain or high winds?   Or should I just go ahead and look at having all booths in the arena reguardless of weather?   Either way the event would be able to happen - rain or shine.
Advantage of just having the booths in the arena would be able to setup the night before and have the building secure over night.
I need vendors input for which option would be better.
Thank you in advance for your support.
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