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Reserve A Booth

Reserve Your Booth

For July 29th, 2017

 

Booth Reservation Deadline: 

Wednesday, July 26th 

 

(Promote your booth with this printable flyer)

 

Is your garage or workshop cluttered? Just inherited some tools, accessories or hardware? Looking to upgrade your tools, but need to sell the current ones first? Here is your chance!

 

You can participate by setting up a booth at our Used Tools Sale &Swap. This provides you with an oppertunity to sell or trade used tools yourself. By purchasing a $50 gift certificate from CU Woodshop you will reserve a 10'x10' space in our parking lot or yard to set up your booth. At the end of the sale, after your space is clean, you can use that gift certificate to purchase anything in the store, or you can gift it to someone else... making your booth rental FREE! 

 

If you are interested in reserving a booth at this event please read our Rules and Regulations before reserving your space.

(Printable Rules and Regulations)

 

How to reserve and set up your booth:

  1. Purchase a $50 gift certificate as your deposit from our store or call us at (217) 355-1244, and purchase one over the phone with your credit card. Gift certificates will be validated after your reserved space has been cleaned and approved by a staff member. 
  2. Sign the Waiver of Liability and agree to Rules and Regulations. Bring signed copies into the store or email them to UsedTools@CUWoodshop.com   
  3. Booth set up is from 7:00 am to 9:00 am, before the sale. 
  4. Event ends at 3:00 pm. Your booth space must be cleaned (all remaining items removed or donated) by 5:00 pm before a staff member can validate your $50 gift certificate. 
  5. After your space is clean, a staff member will validate your $50 gift certificate.

 

Didn't answer your all your questions?

Check out the Used Tool Sale & Swap FAQ's or call us at (217) 355-1244

 

 

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