Vendors

It’s a very exciting time in Boise! The Idaho® Potato Drop has returned and we are expecting an enormous crowd for the event. We need experienced, agile and excited vendors to enhance our event and serve the community at large. In its inaugural year, the Idaho® Potato Drop had over 40,000 attendees and received national/world media attention. 2021 is expected to be much larger!

Idaho New Year's Commission, LLC invites you to apply to be a part of this amazing event. License numbers are required. If you need information about any specific license, please refer to the information below. All license information must be available at the time of application. Please contact us if you have any issues with this requirement.

Are you excited and wondering what vendors will be at the drop? Here is a list of our current vendors this year!

* Please Note: If you plan on selling products/merchandise at the Idaho® Potato Drop , the state of Idaho requires all vendors to fill out a ST-124 Idaho State Tax Declaration form. If you request a temporary seller’s permit to sell merch, you must also return a completed copy of the ST-124 form after the New Year is over, even if no sales where made. If you have questions please fell free to contact Sandy (link to email Sandra.Jordan@tax.idaho.gov) at the Idaho States Tax Commission.

Non-Profits sponsored by Mountain America Credit Union

AquAbility

AquAbility provides year round therapeutic aquatic programs for people of all ages who are challenged by a variety of permanent disabilities including but not limited to: spinal cord injury, visual or auditory impairment, Multiple Sclerosis, amputation, Cerebral Palsy, traumatic brain injury, paralysis, stroke, multi-trauma, PTSD, Parkinson’s Disease, Down Syndrome, Autism, and developmental disabilities.

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Boise Rescue Mission

Founded in 1958, Boise Rescue Mission Ministries is a nonprofit organization committed to meeting the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs of homeless and addicted individuals in the Boise and Nampa, ID areas. Our sole purpose is to see the lives of men, women and children in our community truly transformed.

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Bustin’ Out of Boise

Bustin’ Out Of Boise is a fun-loving group of women volunteers dedicated to making our world a better place. Last year, Bustin’ Out Of Boise spent over $10,000 locally to help organizations that support women’s issues such as the St. Luke’s Breast Cancer Center, Saint Alphonsus Mobile Mammography Unit, The Women’s and Children’s Alliance, The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, The American Heart Association’s Heart Walk & the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk.

Our primary goal as we continue to grow is to raise funds to help individual women who are going through cancer treatments by providing housecleaning services, childcare, food, transportation to appointments and other needs.

We started as a group of friends holding fundraisers to attend the Susan G. Komen 3 Day Walk For The Cure and we still love the camaraderie of the walks, but were expanding to include direct local help to women and we’re always looking for new friends who want to help us. We are hoping to partner with organizations that can help us raise the funds to meet our goal of helping as many women as possible through the horrible experience of cancer. We want to be able to ease the burden of the day to day necessities so they can focus on treatment and healing.

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Camp LOLO

Camp LOLO is a non-profit organization established in the state of Idaho and approved by the IRS. Those of us behind this endeavor of care, compassion and recovery for children and families are community professionals volunteering our time and talents for a cause we cannot help but believe in. Camp LOLO directors and volunteer staff are eager to join families in need of grief recovery. Together, through a Camp LOLO experience, pursue the best in the value of this recovery opportunity for our children.

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Camp River Run

Inspired by nature and flowing with optimism, we offer children who are battling life-threatening or disabling medical conditions an outdoor camp experience to rejuvenate their youth and strengthen their spirits.

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Guardian Paws Service Dogs

Mission Statement:

To advocate and educate for a Veterans right to utilize a service dog to regain independence. “Saving Veterans One Dog At A Time”

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Idaho Association of the Deaf

1. To unite, in one harmonious organization, any deaf and hard of hearing Idahoans who show an interest in the welfare of the deaf and hard of hearing.

2. To promote and protect the education, economic, social, welfare, and citizenship rights of any deaf and hard of hearing citizens of Idaho.

3. To affiliate with the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) and to support its objectives and bylaws.

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Idaho Suicide Prevention

Mission statement:

The Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline provides crisis intervention, emotional support, resource referrals, linkages to local services, and follow-up for all Idahoans, including those at risk for suicide and their families and loved ones. ISPH listens supportively to callers, empowering them to look at options and come up with their own solutions.

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Wish Granters

Wish Granters is a nonprofit organization located in Boise, Idaho. Wish Granters makes a lasting impact in the lives of Idaho families by granting wishes to adults that have been diagnosed with a non-age-related terminal illness. Most of these wishes are heartwarmingly simple in nature that allow the recipient the comfort, independence, and dignity that they deserve. The Wish Granters mission to grant their wish, give them something to hold onto, something to look forward to, and their loved ones lasting memories to cherish forever.

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Family Tent Vendors

Idaho® Potato Drop

Idaho’s signature holiday event that can only be truly experienced LIVE at the Idaho State Capitol! The Idaho® Potato Drop is a free and charitable community event that supports local arts, business and charities.

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Mountain America Credit Union

Mountain America has a strong commitment to the communities where our members live, work and play and this has been a hallmark of our organization throughout our more than 75-year history. Through the support of hundreds of non-profit organizations and significant financial literacy efforts in the schools, Mountain America continually brings untold value into dozens of communities affecting positively thousands of lives.

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Out Door Mobile Food Vendors

Boise’s Best Kettle Corn

Boise’s Best Kettle Korn has been in business for over 16 years serving up the area’s best kettle corn. Justin and Jill took ownership of the company in July 2017. Cooked in a traditional cast iron kettle using our signature recipe, Boise’s Best Kettle Korn remains true to its name. Like the previous owners, we remain committed to providing Boise and the surrounding areas the most tasty, scrumptious kettle corn. We love serving our customers a yummy treat that brings a smile to everyone’s face.

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Twisted Sister Coffee

Karlie and Mathew Bledsoe are the proud owners of Twisted Sister Coffee and Smoothies. Karlie has been in food service for multiple years and is finishing her degree at Boise State University. Mathew is a forest firefighter and is excited to start his own business. These newlyweds love good coffee, and want to bring it to you at convenient Boise locations.

 

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