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One other thing to check on with insurance is to see if the underwriter charges to add on additional insured. Many of the markets I attended even my weekly markets required they be as an additional insured party and some companies charge extra to add on additional insured or limit how many you can add on. Since I did numerous markets and up to 5 per week I had to be careful and the Guild underwriter did not charge extra no matter how many I added to my policy. In fact, most of my markets required such and I had to produce the policy with them named.
ETA: I just read through some of the FAQ's on the Handmade Insurance site and they do not charge or limit additional insured on policies so that is good.
If you use telescoping tables such as you can buy from Sams or Costco you 2x4' you gain height and more real estate. I think I recently posted some pics on another thread with a partial set up of mine. I could get a min of 6 tables and up to 10 in my 10x10 booth space at my weekly markets. Granted these were long time attended markets and I was know to fudge a tad with the 10 tables. But 6 worked well. I used to buy these tableclothes in black, just make sure your tableclothes go to the ground, you do not want crates to show. The ones I am posting will hang over the edge since they are a bit wide for some tables but I just let them hang over the back of the tables. Looks like supplies are quite limited where I purchased mine. 4FT Ivory Fitted Polyester Rectangular Table Cover You absolutely do not want your crates showing under your tables, it looks very tacky...