APPLICATION SUBMISSION OPTIONS

OPTION 1.) DOWNLOAD, COMPLETE AND MAIL IN APPLICATION FORM WITH CHECK OR MONEY ORDER FOR PROCESSING AND APPROVAL.

OPTION 2.) FILL OUT THE ONLINE APPLICATION FORM AND PROCESS YOUR APPLICATION PAYMENT VIA CREDIT CARD OR PAYPAL.

BASE APPLICATION FEE: $100.00

Regarding checks: You cannot send in a check unless you have talked to Diane Clark (989.233.2635) and have approval to set up at Trader’s Alley. If you send a check without receiving approval from Diane approval it does not guarantee you a spot.

Trader's Alley Marketplace
INSURANCE POLICY REQUIRED A $2 million liability insurance policy is required. Please include with this application a copy of your insurance policy.

OR Mail in your payment.

Please make checks and money orders to:

Bay City Fireworks Festival

Attn: Trader’s Alley

PO Box 873

Bay City, MI 48707

*Please return no later than June 5, 2019*

For more information, call Diane Clark at 989-233-2635 today!

Contact Us!

Address:

Bay City Fireworks Festival

P.O. Box 873

Bay City, MI 48707 

A great big THANK YOU! to our amazing sponsor for making this event better year after year.

AT&T for being our “Presenting Sponsor” for the last 7 years. Gavin Goetz you’re the best. ABC12 for the awesome coverage before during and after the event. Angie, Matt and the whole crew are always a pleasure to work with. McLaren Bay Region for being a “Major Sponsor” for the past 5 years, Magen Samyn loves this event and we love her and McLaren.

And of course the many other area businesses that step up year after year. Landaal Packaging, Meijer, Wildfire Credit Union, Shaw Contracting, Northern Concrete & Pipe, Hugo Contracting, Waste Management, Titan Golf Carts, Jay Samborn Entertainment, MLive, City of Bay City, Sandlot Sports,

A Special Thank You to Skerbecks Family Carnival and Wolverine Fireworks Display for being great partners in putting on a spectacular weekend in Bay City.
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