DEALER’S ROOM RULES
1. Any bootleg or knockoff merchandise. Examples include but are not limited to: cards, CDs, DVDs, posters, tapes, videos, etc.
2. Any unlicensed reproductions of any products publicly released by an American or Japanese companies.
3. Any foods or beverages. The Tyson’s Westin holds an exclusive catering and concession contract with Conjutsu, LLC. The Tyson’s Westin states that exhibitors may not sell food and compete with their contract. There’s no exceptions.
4. The sale of any and all weapon’s. Examples include but are not limited to: guns, swords, knifes, flamethrowers, etc. Examples include but are not limited to: a toy gun that can shoot plastic pellets please ask them do not fire it during the Conjutsu. We want to make sure all attendees have a fun and safe time during Conjutsu.
1. Any products or merchandise that feature your own creations.
2. Any properly licensed products or merchandise from the US or other countries.
3. Any commissioned or hand drawn works.
4. Any products or merchandise that contains sexually explicit, Overly extremely violence, or otherwise unsuitable for children MUST be displayed in a way that keeps kids from seeing it. If we see it out in the open, or receive complaints, we will remind you about our policy. To help prevent this from happening we will have a 18+ section for any vendors with such material. If you sell inappropriate materials to minors Conjutsu’s Staff will escort you from the Convention. You will not receive a refund for the event.
VIRGINIA’S SALES TAX INFO
Virginia Law requires that all dealers charge 6.00% Virginia sales tax separate from the amount of the sale. Dealers are required to register and receive a Sales and Use Tax Certificate from the VA Office of Tax and Revenue before Conjutsu. Registration can be done through their website https://www.tax.virginia.gov/retail-sales-and-use-tax. On completion you will be mailed a certificate that you must print out and display at Conjutsu. Dealers with current Virginia Tax IDs may use their current numbers. There is no fee associated with this application.
Conjutsu is require to provide the VA Office of Tax and Revenue Collection Divison with a list of all vendors and exhibitors along with their addresses, federal employer identification numbers or Social Security numbers, representatives’ names, and telephone numbers.
Collected sales taxes are due to the VA Office of Tax and Revenue Collection Divison by the 20th day of the month following Conjutsu.
If you have any questions or concerns about Virginia’s event tax filing requirements please visit the site: (https://www.tax.virginia.gov/contact-us) and contact them.
There will be no refunds accepted after 09/30/2019. After 09/30/2019 the funds will go towards your spot for next year, or either you can transfer it over to another party.