[Noisebridge-discuss] "Make San Leandro" Insurance

Liz Henry lizhenry at gmail.com
Wed Apr 2 14:40:39 UTC 2014


You might want to call an insurance agent and check how much that would
cost. Since general liability insurance up to 1 or 2M for Noisebridge for
an entire year is, well I don't remember the exact number but in the $1000
range, It may not be a very high cost to cover an event that lasts a day.

It's also worth it to call a couple of different agents though it takes a
few days to get a quote; the way you describe your booth's activities will
also affect the cost.

You could also find an organization that already has insurance, call their
agent, and extend the coverage to the event.

Anyway, don't give up because of insurance requirements, it isn't so hard!


- Liz


On Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 3:05 AM, William Nye <nye2 at email.com> wrote:

> I  expressed an interest in the "Make San Leandro" event.  See
> http://www.sanleandro.org/depts/rec/special_events/cherry_festival/
> I was sent some .pdf files.  The Cover Letter file contains:
>     The City of San Leandro is excited to host the first ever
>     "Make San Leandro" event, in association with the
>     Historic 105th annual San Leandro Cherry Festival.
> The Legalese .pdf file contains:
>     REQUIRED INSURANCE: DUE BY APRIL 30, 2014
>     Vendor shall obtain and keep in force, including set
>     up and tear down of the event, a Commercial General
>     Liability Insurance policy with limits equal to or
>     greater than $1,000,000 per occurrence. Vendor shall
>     provide BOTH a CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE and an
>     ADDITIONAL INSURED ENDORSEMENT to the City of San
>     Leandro evidencing coverage. Failure to <snip>...
> Oh well, so much for that idea.  -Bill
>
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