Calling all 2020

Exhibitors!
Exhibitor Form

Be a part of the

Fastest Growing Event in Elgin County!

Join us and show off what you do best!

Welcome to Shady Pines!

  • A country feel, but great for city doggos who need their creature comforts (we mean hydro and neighbours in viewing distance)
  • 20′ x 15′ (minimum - our sites vary in sizes and are very large and if you choose a site on the outside circle, you will be able to park your vehicle behind your booth and maybe invite some relatives over for a picnic)
  • Lots of tree covered, shaded sites
  • Close to the washrooms, entertainment, stage, water and food area
  • Free bugs, squirrels, birds and chipmunks
  • Note:  Event Sponsors have first choice of sites
  • $60.00 - unless you’ve been with us before and then your cost is $50.00! 

Exhibitor Form
🐾 Commercial, retail, food trucks, breeders, clubs … and more!

 

Non-Profit, Rescue, Shelter and Charity Exhibitor Form
🐾 Sign up and get space for free! Sites in this category are limited so act fast!

 

Kid Entrepreneur Exhibitor Form
🐾 Check out the form and see if your young business qualifies! Sites in this category are free and limited so act fast!

 

The Pawsitively Elgin Online Manual
🐾 Everything you wanted to know, and then some.

 

Waiver and Release of Liability
🐾 This is now the last page of the Exhibitor form.

 

Pawsitively Elgin - Exhibitor Check List and Tips!
🐾 Joining us at Pawsitively Elgin probably won’t be your first rodeo, but if it is or you need a refresher, we’ve prepared a checklist and some tips!

Attention ALL Non-profits!

Pawsitively Elgin is offering free exhibitor spaces to nonprofit animal rescues and welfare groups!   Take this awesome opportunity to promote what you do, fund-raise and network!   If you’d like to join us, please complete an application.

Not an animal related nonprofit group but you’d like to be part of our event?  We’re accepting applications for a limited number of free spaces!  Please complete the application and we’ll let you know.  Note: Spaces are limited and animal-related nonprofits are given first consideration.