Grand Junction, Colorado
June 1–4, 2018
Vendor Application Deadline: May 1, 2018
It is the vendor’s choice whether to purchase a Single Event Sales Tax License or a Multiple Events Sales Tax License, based on the number of events an individual plans to participate in and the license cost considerations. As a general rule, unless you know you will not participate in more than one event in a two-year period, it will be more cost-effective to purchase a multiple events license. Through Revenue Online, www.Colorado.gov/RevenueOnline, you may report and pay taxes for an event where you have recently made sales AND you may obtain a single event or multiple events license. If you already have a sales tax or special event license, you may report and pay taxes through Revenue Online. If you cannot register for an event license or file and pay taxes online, you may fill out a Vendor Special Event License Application for Single or Multiple Events (DR 0589) and then file your event sales tax on the Special Event Retail Sales Tax Return (DR 0098).
Cancellations: Vendors can cancel at any time on this web page but will not receive a refund of their deposit. To cancel your registration:
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