PIK2AR Vendor Kit




PIK2AR Tentative Schedule of Events*


Saturday, July 29, 2017

Kickoff Event

5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Sorenson Recreation Center

855 West California Ave. (1300 South), Salt Lake City UT 84104

Kick off Utah Pacific Island Heritage Month (UPIHM) with interactive cultural booths, food and entertainment, and hourly raffles; a children’s area will also be provided.

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Community Potluck and “Retro” Dance (retro dress)

5:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.

The Falls Event Center at Trolley Square

602 South 700 East, Salt Lake City UT 84102

Bring a dish to share; roasted pig will be provided. Then groove to the “old school” vibe of outdoor-style community danceswith Legit.

Recognizing Pacific Island Attorney General Sean Reyes             

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Salt Lake City Pacific Island Business Association (SLCPIBA) Business Summit / Job and Resource Fair

10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Megaplex Conference Center, Valley Fair Mall

3620 South 2400 West, West Valley City UT 84119

Businesses and service providers will have an opportunity to reach potential new customers in the Pacific Island community.

Attendees will get a “passport,” and by visiting at least 5 community resource booths, they will be eligible to receive a backpack will school supplies.


August 25–26, 2017

National 4th Annual Pacific Islander Violence

Prevention Conference

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

(both days)

Salt Lake Community College, South City Campus

1575 S State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115

Service providers will learn how to engage with the Pacific Island community for maximum impact by understanding what motivates this community.

Community partners will learn how to provide a space for tough conversations about violence; educate community members about the impact violence has in our homes, churches, and community; link our history and traditions back to our non-violent culture; and provide tools and resources to prevent violenceandto help victims and survivors.

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Art Exhibit by Pasifika Enriching Arts of Utah (PEAU)

6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Salt Lake Community College, South City Campus

1575 S State Street Salt Lake City, UT 84115

Enjoy an evening of Pacific Island arts featuring traditional arts, with displays for visual arts and a variety of shows for performing arts.

* Your sponsorship includes participation at the five events listed above; UPIHM events hosted by other organizations are not included.

Vendor Guidelines for Participation at UPIHM Events


These guidelines give instructions and tips about your space, trash disposal, parking, and the other details that make a successful event.


ALLfoods, products, services, and entertainment should reflect the culture the Pacific Islands.


Vendors are strongly encouraged to dress in the fashion of the islands.

Fees and Taxes

All Vendor fees must be paid in advance and in full at the time of application; please see application form for fee schedule.


In lieu of cash/credit payment for Vendor booths, the UPIHM Committee will accept raffle items with a retail value double the booth fee.


All city and state sales taxes are the Vendor’s responsibility.

Permits and Licenses

All pertinent fire codes, laws, ordinances, and regulations pertaining to health, fire prevention, and public safety must be strictly observed and are the responsibility of the Vendor.


Publicity for UPIHM will be provided by Pacific Island Knowledge 2 Action Resources (PIK2AR) through all forms of media, including social media. It is anticipated that flyers and posters will be available in May 2017; Vendors will be able to download flyers and posters once they are available. Vendors are encouraged to advertise their participation in UPIHM in their networks.


If you are interested in participating in radio/TV interviews, please indicate on the application form.

Garbage and Other Trash

Garbage and recycling dumpsters are provided. Cardboard must be broken down and recycled.Vendors are responsible for providing their own garage bags and to keep their areas clear of trash.

Trees and Plants

Please don’t tie anything to trees or damage any plants!


Parking may be limited at event venues; plan accordingly.

Reserved Items

The UPIHM Committee reserves the right to sell all bottled water. Sales of water are prohibited by any Vendor.




Vendor Booths

Vendor booth fee is for one 10'x10' space; Vendors are responsible for chairs, table(s), tent/pavilion, and generator if needed. Electricity is extra.

Hours of Operation

Booths/tablesmust be set up and open for business 1 hour prior to event start time and must be open until event ends.

Materials and Supplies

Vendors must bring all supplies and materials to hang signs, cover tables, and conduct business. If a Vendor is using electricity or deep fat fryers, that Vendor must also provide a fire extinguisher and keep it in a place that is easily accessible.

Food Vendors

All Food Vendors will provide 10 meal tickets per event per day, to be used at the discretion of the UPIHM Committee.

“Grey” or Waste Water Disposal

“Grey” or waste water includes dishwashing water and rice-wash water (wash rice ahead of time off site, if possible).Food Vendors must plan to put “grey”/waste water into containers and take them away; there are no “grey”/waste water accommodations.Severe fines are issued by the city for pouring “grey”/waste water on the trees and plants.

Food waste

Food waste must go into the garbage containers provided. Recycle all cardboard and other food-free containers in the recycling bins.

Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOGs)

Food Vendors MUST put all FOGs into containers and haul them away; there are no accommodations for FOGs disposal at the event venues.Keep food waste and FOGs away from trees and plants.




For questions or additional information, please contact Hilde Koenig by email at hildchen@comcast.net, or contact Susi Feltch-Malohifo’ou by phone at 801.793.4639 or by email at info@pik2ar.info.



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