October 29, 2012 in
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Is Vernon Provines still the person to contact to reserve a booth for the 2015 Apple Butter Festival? I saw this note was posted in April 2013 and wanted to make sure it was still current before I contact him.
As of now he is still the contact for this festival. He can reach him at 812.829.3168 or via e-mail: email@example.com
I am assisting with the 2015 1960 Class Reunion. It was suggested to me that perhaps we would use the IGA Building again. Can you please inform me whom I would contact? Thanks so much!!
Sorry for the delay in response. You would need to contact the Spencer United Methodist Church office, 812.829.2980
Where and when can a person apply or sign up to be vendor at Apple butter festival?
I am a Thirty-one consultant and would like to know whwhen booth space is available to reserve.
We are a bluegrass Gospel Band and would like to participate this year. Is there a contact person?
Nelson and Joyce Terrell
New Terrain Gospel
I am a Paparazzi Accessories Consultant. It’s a New Direct Sales Companies that sells $5 & $1 Jewelry. Really Pretty. I am looking for Events to boost my sales and to get to know more people. I would like to be a Vendor at this Festival. If you can get with me at 765-247-9843 I will really appreciated it. Thanks so much!
Thank you for contacting us! The individual in charge of the booth spaces at the Apple Butter Festival is Vernon Provines. You can reach him in the evenings at (812) 829-3168. He should be able to give you the information you need to become a vendor at this festival.
Please let us know if this doesn’t answer your question. Thanks!
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