Office of institutional advancement Concessions/Vending Operations       

Saint Augustine’s University fully understands how concessions/vending play a vital part in making the fan experience and atmosphere memorable.  The Office of Institutional Advancement is enhancing the campus experience by adding more fan appealing items at our concession stands and inviting more local vendors to be a part of the Falcon family.  Fans will be able to purchase food and other novelties in specific areas throughout the campus.  This will provide an increase in revenue potential by providing an increase in the variety of food selections which will in turn increase sales for your business. 

Food Concession Information/Instructions

Please, carefully and completely read about the new changes and updated fees, procedures, locations, and restrictions-- in the concession department and complete the Falcon Concession Application. 

·      Remember, the Wake County Health Department Environmental Health Division is requiring all food vendorsto complete a Temporary Food Event Coordinators’ Application and to pay a $75 fee per event in advance of the event directly to the Wake County Health Department 20 days prior to the event.

·      The County fee must be paid prior to completing SAU’s Food Concession/Vending Application.  Please complete the application and make payable at the following address:  (20 days prior to the event)

Wake County Environmental Services

PO Box 550

Raleigh, NC 27602

 

·      Submission of a Falcon Concession Application and the Agreement does not guarantee a space.

 

·       All funds are Non-Refundable, except under conditions of a complete cancellation of an event.

 

·       All payments are payable to “Saint Augustine’s University” and Memo Line filled out with Concessions must be paid fourteen (14) days before the event date. Any monies collected after cutoff date will be assessed a late fee of $75.00.  No checks will be accepted on the day of the event.

Food Concessionaires guidelines

·    All food vendors must abide by the Wake County Health Department requirements and regulations for a mobile food unit and/or push cart concerning outdoor vending. Provide proof to us of filing and paying Health Department (Wake County Health Inspectors maintain a presence at all events).

·      Appropriate health permits for workers in accordance with health department regulations must be posted in a conspicuous area.

·      Each concessionaire will make payment in advanceof the game/event day.  No personal checks accepted only money orders, certified checks or cash.

·      No vehicles will be permitted inside George Williams Stadium or the track (practice football field) common areas.  Once booths/trailers are dropped off, vehicles shall be removed outside the Quad to a designated parking area.

·      Vendors are permitted to park only one vehicle without charge.

·      No electricity, tables, ice or water will be provided.

·      All areas are to be cleaned and trash/boxes removed from the property at the end of each event. 

·      Concessionaires are to supply at least one garbage can and garbage bags. Responsible for keeping booth/surrounding area clean.

·      No cooking grease, charcoal or waste by products shall be released on the ground, drains or into the water supply of the University.

·      Concessionaires must arrive and set-up in the vendor area by the noted Arrival/ Complete Set-up Time schedule below. Vendor’s vehicles must be parked in the designated area by the Complete Set-up Time.  No Exceptions.

·      The Wake County Health Inspector or Game Day Coordinator or his/her representative reserves the right to remove or refuse the product/services of any concessionaires.

·      Must submit certificate of insurance with the application.

·      Credit will be applied only if Saint Augustine’s University cancels the event or there is inclement weather.