Become A Vendor

Do you have a business, rescue group or service and would like to host a table at the 10th Annual Paws 4 A Cure Charity Event and Walk to promote your business? Become a vendor at the 10th Annual Paws 4 A Cure Event and Walk on May 7, 2017 at 1:00.

Event Location 

Business park across from Subaru of Wakefield, North Ave. (Quannapowitt Parkway), Wakefield, MA. 

Plenty of FREE PARKING!!

Click the image to enlarge the map of the event location  

Vendor Rates:

Click on the registration type below for the application form. 

Please email your high resolution (jpg) company logo to to have your logo linked to your website.

Setup is from 11:00 AM to 12:45 PM. You may drive your vehicle onto the field to unload at your booth space then park in the parking lot next to the event. No cars will remain on the event area. You must be off the field by 12:30.

Being that it is an open area and people come early, please have your booth ready to open by 12:45. The event starts at 1:00.

Electrical power is not available in the booth area. 

*** You must bring your own tent, tables, chairs, etc. ***

** If you are in need of renting a 10x10 canopy tent, table and chairs for the event, please contact Paws 4 A Cure’s exclusive vendor; Canopy Tents by Michael at (781)983-2384. **

  • There is NO ELECTRICITY available on the site.
  • The event is on an open field without shaded areas. A 10x10 canopy tent is highly recommended.
  • All vendors that have food are responsible for obtaining a Seller’s Permit and complying with local rules and regulations.
  • All vendors operate at their own risk and should provide their own insurance.
  • There will be no rain dates or refunds in the event of a cancellation or inclement weather.

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Paws 4 A Cure is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit charity that provides financial assistance to qualified families throughout the United States who cannot afford veterinary care for their pet’s serious illness or injury.