This Site is for Archive use only – EEDay/EcoFest Exhibitor Registration
(aka Encinitas Environment Day)
Exhibitor registration is a 2 step process
1. Click here for 2015 Exhibitor Reservation. No obligation. Reserve Now Pay later. Wait for a confirmation from EcoFest
2. Click here for 2015 Exhibitor Confirmation and Payment. All exhibitors are subject to approval of the EcoFest Planning Committee.
Exhibitor Rules and Regulations – Click here
Food Vendor Permit & Requirements – Click here
Exhibitor Categories – Pavilions and Expos – Click here or See below
Exhibitor Pricing – Exhibitor booths are 10 x 10. Here are the recognized exhibitor categories
Non Profit organizations and Community Groups
Local Encinitas Business or Government Agencies
Regional Business is any business not in the Encinitas region
Premium booth space includes the following: Prime location in high traffic areas, next to popular activity area, Mentioned by the MC at various times throughout the day.
Pavilion/expo sponsor includes name recognition on pavilion related materials, a premium booth. Mentioned by the MC at various times throughout the day.
Fee Waiver – EcoFest grants partial or full booth fee waivers for special cases. If your business or organization would benefit the community, and cannot afford the pricing listed below, please contact EcoFest at email@example.com. Include your name, contact information and reason why you need your booth fees waived.
Booth Pricing – 10×10 Space (see waivers above)
$99 Non Profit
$199 Local Encinitas Business and Government
$299 Regional Business
$499 Premium booth
$750 Pavilion/expo sponsor (call for details)
The 10×10 booth space include – 1 eight foot table and 2 chairs.
Additional items The following additional items are avialable.
10×10 Canopy $50
Table Linen $25
Exhibitor Categories – Pavilions, Expos and Showcases
The following are the 13 exhibitor categories at EcoFest
Speaking/presentation area – Some focus areas include a speaking/presentation area. In that case a schedule for the day will be posted.
Family Activities and Music – Dr. Zoo Little, Bubble Man, Face painting, paper making, Live bee demo, composting, worm demo, Live music,
Craft Beer Tasting – Local Craft breweries will offer tastings, Home brew products and services for sale.
Green School Expo – Includes display and presentation of variety of Eco and STEM projects and other actives from our public & private schools grades 3 – 12 and other youth organizations. Best in class awards.
Health, Wellness & Fitness Pavilion – A blend of Eastern & Western Healing, Spirituality, physical fitness, energy therapy, weight loss, life coaching, senior services. Products and services for sale.
Taste of Organic Food and Lifestyle Pavilion – Fresh cooked meals, cooking classes, organic farms, home & community gardening, food fermentation. Local organizations, food justice, Autism menus. Products and services for sale.
Solar & Green Home Expo – Solar panels, lighting, heating & cooling, windows & doors, solar cooking, water purification, energy storage, energy audits, Green remodeling, alternative energy, refunds, rebates & incentives, loans & leases. Products and services for sale.
Eco Car Show – Dealers and owners of electric vehicles. Home Charging stations, Solar Charging stations. Information on the low cost of ownership of eVehicles and alternative fuels, Rebates and incentive
eBike Test Ride – A guided bike ride of up to 30 riders. Dealers and owners. Products and services for sale.
Ocean Protection & Pollution Prevention – Organizations focus on rehab and protection of oceans, lagoons, creeks and rivers and the prevention of urban and agriculture run off. Related products and services for sale.
Water Conservation, Native Plants & Gardening – Organizations focused on water conservation and the promotion and sale of low water and native plants. Turf replacement, low water landscape. Rebates and Incentives.
Eco & Recycled Art Show – Art with an eco theme, Large and small sculpture from found/recycled objects, useful & deco household items.
Community & Environmental Action Network– Community organizations, city Government, Chambers & Main Street organizations, Green education & career opportunities, other non-profits
Humanitarian and Compassionate Causes – Human society, Animal protection,