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Exhibitor Registration

Apr 30, 2021 to May 2, 2021


Booth Information

 Dates & Times:

  • Friday, April 30 - 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  • Saturday, May 1 - 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sunday, May 2 - 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

The Western Slope of Colorado is home to a myriad of outdoor activities!  The Western Colorado Outdoor and Sportsman’s Expo celebrates the outdoors showcasing education, gear, equipment, guide services. The event showcases hunting, camping, biking, and fishing, but also river sports, running, and motorsports. In addition to our indoor education stage, we will also include historical displays, more kids’ activities, live music, and a gun show. Outside there will be a variety of exhibitor demonstrations in cycling, fishing, archery, and more.

We invite you to join us! 

Booth Rates:

  • 10x10 - $500
  • 10x20 - $900
  • 20x20 - $1800
  • Nonprofit - $250 

 If you are interested in sponsorship, contact Krista at


  • 10x10 i

    10x10 exhibitor space



  • 10x20 i

    10x20 exhibitor space



  • 20x20 i

    20x20 exhibitor space



  • Nonprofit 10x10 i

    10x10 Nonprofit space. Must provide a proof of 501C non-profit status as part of the application. 



  • Electricity i

    One 120 amp circuit. If you require a different type of electrical circuit, please contact the Event Director.


  • Corner space i

    This is for exhibitors who require a corner space. If corner spaces are not reserved, the remaining spaces will be allocated at the discretion of the Event Director. 



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Booth spaces are available on a first to come first-served basis. Registration closes March 31, 2021.


Terms & Conditions


  • Exhibitors are to keep their booth areas clean and attractive at all times.
  • Please provide your own equipment, tables, and chairs.
  • The event is held inside and outside. 
  • There are no refunds for weather.
  • If the booth is outside, tents must be anchored by at least 30lb weights on each corner post or with stakes. 
  • It is recommended that there be one other attendant at the booth to assist with unloading, set-up, and strike.
  • Booth assignment is final and up to the sole discretion of the Event Director.


  • Refunds - No refunds are given if the Exhibitor is expelled for not following the rules and regulations of the event.
  • Absolutely no refunds are given after April 15, 2021, for cancellation.
  • NSF check fees are an additional $25 to cover bank fees.
  • Taxes - EXHIBITORS are required to collect sales tax. 4.4% (2.9% State of Colorado; 1.5% Eagle County). A list of all participants will be submitted to Eagle County and the State of Colorado for tax collection purposes. We will provide tax collection information and the website where you can submit following the event.
  • Liability - EXHIBITOR PARTNER shall indemnify and hold CMNM and CMNM staff, event sponsors and volunteers harmless from any claim or cause of action arising out of or in connection with the acts or omissions of EXHIBITOR PARTNER under this agreement, and shall reimburse CMNM for any costs, including, but not limited to, reasonable attorney’s fees incurred in defense against any such claim in addition to any other remedy available to CMNM.
  • Loss or Theft - All work is displayed/sold at the risk of the EXHIBITOR. The organizers of the event are not responsible for loss, theft or damage to any artwork, display facilities or person.
  • Resolution of Disputes - In the situation of a dispute arising in any manner as a result of, or in any way related to this agreement, the parties hereto agree to submit the same to mediation and/or arbitration as a prerequisite to legal action. In the event arbitration or legal action is commenced, the prevailing party SHALL be rewarded reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs including arbitration fees incurred as a result of said dispute.
  • Agreement Modifications - No prior or present Agreements or representations shall be binding upon any of the parties hereto unless incorporated in the Agreement. No modifications or changes in the Agreement shall be valid or binding upon the parties unless in writing, executed by the parties to be bound hereto.
  • Violations - EXHIBITOR PARTNER acknowledges that a breach of any of the terms of this Agreement may result in the termination of this Agreement and the preclusion of EXHIBITOR PARTNER’s participation from CMNM/Steamboat Pilot without Participation Fee.
  • Governing Laws - This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of Colorado, and the health, sanitation and fire regulations of the city of Eagle and Eagle County.

Gun Show exhibitors     

According to ATF there are some requirements that all Dealers must follow regardless of whether it is an in-state or out-of-state show.  These include:

  • Dealers must have their license displayed
  • Must comply with all recordkeeping requirements of ATF regulations concerning acquisitions and dispositions of firearms, including the recording of the place of sale.
  • May acquire firearms from any FFL licensed in the State and from any non-licensed individual.

And here is where the two differ.  In-state Dealers may:

  • Dispose of handguns to residents of the State only, provided that the purchaser is at least 21 years of age and all provisions of the Brady Law are met.
  • Dispose of long guns to residents of any State, provided that the purchaser is at least 18 years of age, the laws of both States are complied with, and all provisions of the Brady Law are met.
  • Dispose of firearms to any FFL.
  • Take orders of any firearm from a non-licensee and ship the same to a licensee in the purchaser’s State of residence from whom the purchaser can then take possession after the provisions of the Brady Law are met.

Out-of-state Dealers may:

  • Make a sale and deliver curio or relic firearms to any other FFL licensed in any State as long as there is compliance with the laws of both States.
  • Ship curio or relic firearms from this show to any other FFL.
  • Display and take orders.

In-State Non-Licensees:

  • May acquire long guns or handguns from FFLs licensed in this State, provided all provisions of the Brady Law are met.
  • May dispose of personal firearms to any FFL.
  • May acquire from and dispose of personal firearms to non-licensed residents of the State. However, non-licensed individuals may not be engaged in the business of dealing in firearms without a federal firearms license.
  • Cannot acquire from or dispose of firearms to non-licensed residents of any other State.
  • Cannot ship in interstate commerce, except to themselves or an FFL, a firearm that has otherwise been lawfully acquired; must, when shipping to themselves, declare the firearm to the commercial or contract carrier.

And lastly, Out-of-State Non-licensees:


  • May dispose of firearms to any FFL.
  • May acquire long guns only from FFLs licensed in the State, provided the laws of both States are complied with and all provisions of the Brady Law are met.
  • May order firearms from any FFL and have them shipped from the show to an FFL in their State of residence by a commercial or contract carrier in accordance with State and Federal law.
  • Cannot acquire handguns.
  • Cannot acquire from or dispose of firearms to non-licensed individuals.

Any participant not observing event rules will be subject to removal from the event, with all fees forfeited.

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