PRE-SIGNUP QUESTIONS

If you don’t see your question answered below or in your sponsorship package, send an email to sponsorship@cascadiaexpodition.com and we will get your question answered as quickly as possible!

Yes of course! We welcome companies that provide goods or services to the 4WD industry. Reach out to us for more info at sponsorship@cascadiaexpodition.com

Unfortunately not. We are considered a registered non-profit society but not a charity (also known as a qualified donee), so we cannot issue donation tax receipts.

Our event is a four-wheel drive (4WD) event.  The definition of 4WD for the purposes of the Show refers to a four wheel drive vehicle that is built for legal street and off-road use. It may include additional axles in some cases, all wheel drive, or individual wheel drive, etc for the purposes of demonstrating products or technology. It is not intended to include recreational 4WD vehicles such as quads, side-by-sides, sport ATVs etc. as these serve a related but different market.

For U.S. exhibitors that are planning to cross the border with any marketing materials or goods temporarily that will return to the U.S., Customs Form 4455 must be filled out. As well, you will need to refer to the Canadian Border Services Memorandum D8-1-2. Additionally, we will provide a letter for you to bring with you when you cross the border.

For U.S. exhibitors that will are planning to sell goods in Canada, or otherwise export items that will remain in Canada, we suggest you contact a reputable customs broker to help you with this.

Yes, please contact sponsorship@cascadiaexpodition.com for details.

Generally, no. As a non-profit, we strive to make the event as affordable as possible for both vendors as well as the public. In order to do so, we feel that a fair exchange of brand exposure and publicity is a more workable way for us to do business.

LOGISTICS QUESTIONS

If you don’t see your question answered below or in your sponsorship package, send an email to sponsorship@cascadiaexpodition.com and we will get your question answered as quickly as possible!

For U.S. exhibitors that are planning to cross the border with any marketing materials or goods temporarily that will return to the U.S., Customs Form 4455 must be filled out. As well, you will need to refer to the Canadian Border Services Memorandum D8-1-2. Additionally, we will provide a letter for you to bring with you when you cross the border.

For U.S. exhibitors that will are planning to sell goods in Canada, or otherwise export items that will remain in Canada, we suggest you contact a reputable customs broker to help you with this.