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The Jackson Hole Farmers Market on Town Square has now posted the 2013 vendor applications on their website. Additionally, organizers say they expect to post the non-profit application later this week.  There are also new requirements fornon-profit applicants. Spokesperson Joan Anzelmo says this year promises to be a great market and very competitive to get a spot. Anzelmo says there is already a lot of interest from farmers and produce vendors and other fresh food vendors, and every year; that interest increases.  Consequently, she says interested people should get their applications in quickly. In addition to the fresh produce and other food items, Anzelmo says the Farmers Market again this year will provide benefit opportunities for local non-profits as it has the past couple years. Under the arrangement, the vendors donate 10% of their revenues toward the non-profit of the week. Additionally, she says, the market provides an opportunity for local musicians to perform in public and be noticed. Altogether, she says it creates a very festive atmosphere through the summer.  Additionally, Anzelmo says the Farmers Market site has included new information and a few new requirements for 2013 for potential vendors. That site can be found at www.jacksonholefarmersmarket.com

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