Vendor Resources

Vendor Handbook 2017

The Market’s 2017 Vendor Handbook outlines everything you need to know about being a vendor at the Denton Community Market.

All vendors MUST READ the Vendor Handbook in its entirety before completing the Market 2017 Vendor Application online form.


Read the Vendor Handbook

Support for Entrepreneurs

Texas Women’s University (TWU) is partnering with the Denton Community Market to offer support to entrepreneurs of the Market through their HUB for Women Entrepreneurs program. TWU will be helping vendors grow their business and find needed information related to the information to the right.For more information contact Executive Director & Program Liaison Vicki Oppenheim at planner@dentonmarket.org.


  • Sales tax ID’s
  • Food labeling requirements
  • DBA (doing business as)
  • Health permits
  • Manufacturing licenses
  • Industry specific information
  • Customer info & delivery systems
  • Business plans


  • Marketing plans
  • Physical location selection assistance
  • Feasibility studies
  • Basic legal structures for businesses



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It is exactly what you expect it to be. Fresh veggies grown locally, crafts, jewelry, clothing, quilts and acoustic music. Locally grown coffee was interesting and even four food trucks. And when one of the local community leaders is there with his family, I’m guessing that’s a good sign.

Andrew H.

I love this little market. Was able to get LOCAL FRESH tomatoes, onions,sunflower sprouts, greens, and squash. Plus a pair of handmade earrings. And locally brewed and roasted coffee.

Melissa G.

There was something for everyone! Tons of handcrafted dog toys and homemade local dog treats for my lil’ Monster, different flavors of jerky and men products for my boyfriend, beauty products and jewelry for me! You can sit at a table or on the grass like we did and enjoy the live band and people around you.

Renee S.