Special Events Organizers
Persons or organizations that arrange and host events are required to notify the Office of State Tax Commissioner of individuals or business who participate under the provisions of the recently passed House Bill 1074.
- Effective August 1, 2007, promoters of special events that have ten or more vendors participating at an event are required to provide the Tax Commissionerís Office with a list of all vendors that are making sales, providing displays, or otherwise engaging in promotional activities at the special event. The vendor list is to be provided within twenty days of the event. Special events are defined as an entertainment, amusement, recreation, or marketing event that occurs at a single location on a recurring or irregular basis. Examples of special events are: auto shows, boat shows, gun shows, sport shows, craft shows, flea markets, carnivals, bazaars, arts and craft shows, and trade shows. Special events do not include events that are organized for the exclusive benefit of a nonprofit organization and all of the net proceeds from the event sales go to the benefit of nonprofit organizations.
Special Event Vendor Listing
- Downloadable Excel File - (698kb xls) to be sent as an attachment to email@example.com (Preferred Method of submitting list.)
- Fillable PDF - (295kb pdf)