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Exhibitor/Vendor Signup Information

Participate in Green U 2013 as a way to highlight your Green products or services.

Here are the forms you'll need to submit. Please review the Green U Exhibitor Requirements form before filling out your application.

Green U Fees

Please remember that you still must submit the appropriate form if you pay with PayPal.

Exhibitor Application. This is the application for general exhibitors and vendors, food vendors, non-profits, or other organizations.

  • You need to submit complete and signed applications by August 16, 2013.
  • Please retain a copy of your completed application for your records.
  • You need to send payment on or before August 16, 2013.

Farmer's Market Requirements and Application: Fill out this form if you want to participate in the Green U Farmer's Market.

Exhibitors and Vendors for Green U 2013!

When you sign up as a vendor, exhibitor, or farmer's market participant, we'll add your name here, with a link to your website.


Green U Alabama 2013 participants

   

Exhibitors
Advocare
Larry L. Bricker, Architect/Land Planner
Green 3 Ways
Inline Lighting and Electric
Marvin Windows by Dale
Organic Herbal Cooking
Rocket City Chiropractic
Southern Construction & Design
Tech Stars Inc.

Vendors
Dallas Mill Deli
Iceworks Shaved Ice
On-On Tacos
Nanny's Old Fashioned Lemonade

Farmers Market
Deep Roots

Non-Profit
AAMU-ACES/Water Wheels
Alabama Solar Association
Burritt On the Mountain
Creative Birding Backyard Habitat
Energize Alabama
Flint River Conservation Association
Green Coalition of Huntsville and Madison
Hsv/Madison County Builders Assn
Huntsville Hospital
Huntsville Utilities
Huntsville Bicycle Advisory Safety Committee / ALABIKE, Spring City Cycling Club

Huntsville Vegans
Land Trust of North Alabama
Master Gardeners Composting & Soil Testing
N. AL Section of American Society of Landscape Architecture
Nexus
Sci-Quest
Sierra Club of North Alabama
Tennessee Valley EV Drivers
The Nature Conservancy
U.S. Space & Rocket Center