When can I set up?
Friday vendors set-up time is scheduled for Friday the 6th from 8am -1pm and the Saturday vendors from 6:30am to 8:30am. The vast majority of people booking their Garage Sale with us will be choosing to stay and keep their spaces for both the 6th and the 7th that’s why there is only 2 hour set-up time on the 7th. The 2 hours is mainly for vendors that book both days to replenish their items and fill their tables with new items. If you’re only booking a Friday table, we kindly request that you have your area cleaned up by 8pm.
Replenish your items throughout the day as required.
Can I cancel?
Yes, you may cancel at any time, however all payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Can I bring my own tables, or do I rent them?
Yes – you can bring your own tables. You can also rent tables from us. To see a complete list of all booth options, please check the GCGS Extras.
Do you have carts available for move-in and move-out?
We try to have a few carts for use during move-in and move-out which are loaned on a first come, first served basis. To secure a cart, please bring your Driver’s License to the exhibitor services desk and request a cart. We will keep your license until you return the cart.
What can I sell?
You can sell most items that you would typically sell at a home garage sale. Buyers look for a variety of items – household items, electronics, toys, clothing, shoes, collectibles, sports memorabilia and equipment, furniture, jewelry, man cave stuff, art, purses, new items, vintage, antiques, primitives, car parts, baby equipment, home décor,
What can’t I sell?
Food & beverage sales, mattresses, pornography, flammable gasses / liquids / solids, guns, firearms, ammunition, and drug paraphernalia are not allowed. Knives must be pre-approved.
In the event of a disagreement at any level the management of GCGS has the right to refuse or cancel any and all agreements made between vendor and GCGS whether made verbally, written, electronically, or otherwise. Deposits will not be returned in the event of a Vendor misleading, hiding facts, or outright lying about being a company or a regular flea market Vendor. The GCGS spends a tremendous amount of time and money to make the event successful. The GCGS attracts thousands or people to their events, not hundreds. The GCGS Event and the booths are a privilege and not a right owed to any company or individual. GCGS is about supporting the community, local Charities, and the less privileged in our area. That is one of the reason such effort is put forth to make the booth affordable for personal Garage Sale individuals. If you’re a business or professional flea market Vendor you will most likely still be able to take advantage of the GCGS Marketing strategy to bring in customers because we offer a tremendous value to the people that come to the show, but you need to contact management to come to an agreement about booth fees. (Which will be very fair and reasonable). Please keep in mind the only thing of value GCGS asks from our Vendors is that they donate what they feel comfortable with to The Salvation Army. The attitude expected by the people (Vendors) that represent the Great Canadian Garage Sale is of a kind, pleasant, and calm demeanour. The GCGS will not tolerate rude and offensive behaviour towards other Vendors, customers, or management. GCGS Management will however be reasonable and listen fully to both sides of a complaint before rendering any decisions. In kind GCGS will also not tolerate unacceptable behaviour towards a Vendor. Please remember you are not only representing yourself, you’re also representing our sponsors, all the volunteers and Charities, the facility, and the Great Canadian Garage Sale.
We want everyone to have fun, sell lots, and have a positive experience!