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2011 NYC Vendy Awards

Street Vendor Project

Saturday, September 24, 2011 from 12:30 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
VIP TABLE SERVICE-NO LINES!   more info Ended $165.00 $9.00
Early Entry-An Hour Extra of Eating!   more info Ended $145.00 $8.00
General Admission Kids (Age 8-12)   more info Ended $60.00 $5.55
General Admission Tickets   more info Ended $95.00 $6.60
Silver Sponsorship   more info Ended $275.00 $9.24
Gold Sponsorship   more info Ended $600.00 $18.99
Platinum Sponsorship   more info Ended $1,250.00 $38.49
Open Donation   more info Ended
Early Bird Tickets   more info Ended $80.00 $6.15
Early Bird Kids (Age 8-12)   more info Ended $45.00 $5.10
Early Entry UPGRADE for current ticket holders   more info Ended $50.00 $3.25
Early Entry Kids UPGRADE for current ticket holders   more info Ended $35.00 $2.50
VIP Upgrade for current GA Ticket Holders   more info Ended $75.00 $4.50

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Event Details

The 2011 Vendy Awards

The Vendys are:

  • An intense cook-off between the best sidewalks chefs in the city.
  • A festival of respect and gratitude for all vendors and everything they provide us–from your morning coffee (half-and-half, two sugars) to the $2 umbrella when you get caught in the thunderstorm.
  • A fundraiser for the Street Vendor Project, a membership-based non-profit organization that stands up for vendors’ rights.

Each ticket gets you admission to the cook-off and awards ceremony on September 25th from 12:30pm to 5pm, and all the food you can eat.

Children under age 8 get in free.  

Each ticket is also a tax deductible donation.


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When & Where

Governors Island
Ferry information: http://www.govisland.com/
New York

Saturday, September 24, 2011 from 12:30 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

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Street Vendor Project

There are more than 10,000 street vendors in New York City -- hot dog vendors, flower vendors, book vendors, shoe shiners, street artists, and many others. They are small businesspeople struggling to make ends meet. Most are recent immigrants and people of color. They work long hours under harsh conditions, asking for nothing more than a chance to sell their goods and services on the public sidewalk.

Yet, in recent years, vendors have been victims of New York’s aggressive “quality of life” crackdown. They have been denied access to vending licenses. They have been swept from the streets by powerful business groups. They have been unjustly harassed, and their property has been illegally seized.

The Street Vendor Project works to correct the social and economic injustice faced by these hardworking entrepreneurs. Reaching out to vendors on the street, we hold clinics to educate vendors about their legal rights. Working to support a local vendors’ rights movement, we organize vendors to participate in the political process that determines their fate. Finally, we engage in systemic advocacy to help policy makers and the public understand the important role street vendors play in the life of our city.

The Urban Justice Center serves low-income and marginalized New Yorkers through a unique combination of direct legal services, systemic advocacy, community education, and political organizing. The Street Vendor Project, one of the UJC's programs, maintains this website to provide additional resources and information specifically about and for our vending community.

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2011 NYC Vendy Awards
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