Special discounted rate of $250 is offered for vendors who register by July 15.
The Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce and the Native Island Business & Community Affairs Association are jointly producing the new event September 1 on Hilton Head Island. Both organizations have a long history of events celebrating the culture and lifestyle of the South Carolina Lowcountry and frequently focusing on the Gullah culture unique to the coastal area.
Food vendors and artists are asked to apply now for participation. Vendor space is $350 each after the early bird deadline, and space is available only by advance reservation. Vendors should provide their own tent, table, chairs or any equipment needed.
For details and application, food vendors may contact Native Island Business & Community Affairs Association at 843-255-7303 or email email@example.com. Artists may contact BeaufortBlack@gmail.com, download application at www.bcbcc.org or call 843-902-4799.
The first Labor Day Music & Art Festival is scheduled for Sunday, September 1, from Noon until 7 pm in Shelter Cove Park. Music will be announced.