Vendor updates from the Health Initiative for Men and Women on Aug. 19 (8 a.m.-noon) at the Floyd County Health Department: What you need to know:
- Vendor set up 3-5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 18. Health fair coordinators will be on hand to help you find your location.
- Each vendor will be provided with one table. Cloths are not provided.
- Vendors and providers will need to park in the lot behind the health department on Saturday
- Vendors must be ready and in place by 7:30 a.m. as participants begin lining up very early. We will open doors at 8 a.m. but want everyone to be ready for service at that time. The health department will be open at 7 for vendor entrance.
- Tables not occupied by 7:30 Saturday morning will be removed and unavailable.
- We ask that vendors please not take down tables and materials before noon. Many participants are still making their way through the fair and we want everyone to access all there is to offer.
- You may contact Allison at 706-291-9809 if you have additional questions.
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