you for your participation in the 32nd Anniversary of the Utah Asian Festival. The festival is dedicated to the Asian communities in Utah
and is intended to provide a means of expressing, promoting and preserving our
unique and valuable customs, traditions, and heritage. In order to ensure
that the Festival is a positive and meaningful experience for all involved,
many important new rules and guidelines have been added or modified this year
to protect the integrity of the Festival. Additionally, ďReimbursable
DollarsĒ are introduced to provide an opportunity for participants to
reduce or eliminate the costs associated with booth rental. Please read
all the rules and requirements carefully. If you have any questions regarding
the application or booth requirements, please contact, Imanuel Aswandi
(801)809-0852 or Heru Hendarto (801)599-7671.
Set up time:Friday, June 12, 2009
Date:Saturday, June 13, 2009
9575 South State Street
Sandy, Utah 84070
must have a business license and sales tax number in order to sell or solicit a
sale at the Utah Asian Festival. In addition, all food vendors (food
booths) must have a Temporary Event Permit (http://www.slvhealth.org/cs/html/factsevent.html) and a Food
Handlerís Permit. Please have all required licenses and permits available
at the Festival for inspection.
2. Food Booth
Applicants: All food booths must have a Temporary event permit
(dated June 13, 2009)
and Food Handlerís Permit before the day of the event. You must have
both permits even if you already have a business license. At least one
person with Food Handlerís Permit must be inside the Food Booth at all times.
Please have the Temporary Event Permit available and visible inside your food
booth during the festival. The Department of Health will close down any booths
that do not have the appropriate permits and/or are not in compliance.
does not allow sales of water, soda, or any other items sold at their
concession stands. Please make sure you fully understand and observe their
policy. A representative must attend one Asian Festival committee meeting to
ensure understanding of policies and to present food menu.Any
suspicion that any policies are not observed will result in the unfortunate
closing of your booth.
Hours: All booths must be set up and be ready for inspection and operation by on the day of the event and must not be unattended from the
booths not meeting these requirements will forfeit any/or all Reimbursable
Dollars that may have been available.
4.Fees: All fees
associated with the reservation of booths and tables, including any additional
tables, chairs and electrical outlets are not refundable and must be paid at
the time you submit your application, unless other arrangements were made prior
to the submission of the application. Reimbursable Dollars will be refunded
only after all requirements and expectations have been met and have received
approval by either Utah Asian Festival Chair or Co-Chair.
5.Fire & Health
Safety: All items brought into the South Towne Exposition Center (STEC)
must be fireproof or have been treated with fire retardant. All Food Booths
must be equipped with a fire extinguisher and hot and cold food thermometers.
The local Fire Marshall, Health Department, City Building Inspector, STEC,
or their agents will inspect any booths and exhibits. Any items that do not
comply with the health and safety standards will be seized and removed
displays must not extend more than two inches beyond the perimeter of the
table. Please keep aisles clear as dictated by fire safety standards.
7.Use of Tables and
Chairs: All tables and chairs must remain inside of the booth intended for.
Chairs and tables specifically provided for the use of dining areas,
entertainment areas or other booths must not be moved into your booth. You may
order additional tables and chairs on the application form or supply your own.
Please have your personal tables and chairs clearly labeled to prevent any