Car boot sale first ever for Downtown Maple Ridge BIA

Sale takes place Aug. 18

Vendors are needed for the Downtown Maple Ridge Business Improvement Association’s first ever Car Boot Sale.

A car boot sale is like a garage sale but held out of the trunk of a car.

The cost for vendors to participate is $10 plus a refundable $15 deposit.

Vendors may not sell food or drinks, no car radios or audio systems will be allowed to be played, smoking will not be permitted, once the sale starts vehicles will not be allowed to move before 2 p.m., vendors have to supply their own garbage disposal and one parking spot will be allotted to each vehicle, if more space is required vendors can register for two spots and pay the additional charge.

The inaugural event will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Aug. 18 in the Ridge Meadows Hospice Society Thrift Store parking lot at 12011 224 St. in Maple Ridge.

Starting at 11 a.m. there will be a BBQ by donation.

All proceeds will be going to the Ridge Meadows Hospice Society.

For more information call 604-467-2420 or go to events@downtownmapleridge.ca.

For a full list of conditions for vendors go to downtownmapleridge.ca and click on the vendor application form.

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