Sometimes programs make it difficult to know whether or not you qualify. With ACT, we make it easy!
Show Policy Qualifications: If you are an artist, craftsman, or tradesman, then you qualify!
Annual Policy Qualifications: Because our Annual policy is more comprehensive and includes products coverage, there are a few restrictions on who qualifies. See below for a list of accepted and a list of excluded products:
|Jewelry||Products designed for infants and toddler use|
|Crafts||All ingestible products|
|Art Work||Topical products such as cosmetics and lotion|
|Glass Blower||Tobacco-related products|
|Pottery||Saddles, harnesses or horse furnishings|
|Paper Crafts||Ammunition or weapons|
If you have a question on whether or not your art or craft qualifies, just give us a call or use our contact form to send us a message and we will get back to you within 24 hours!
Yes. Just log into your account on the website, and you will be able to print off your certificates within minutes.
An additional insured is a person or organization that is added to your insurance policy by endorsement and this is a common request.
When you add someone to your policy as an additional insured, you are extending your policy coverages to protect the additional insured from a lawsuit that was caused by your negligence.
In other words, if someone slipped in your booth and broke their arm, the injured person could sue you and the venue. Since the venue is added as an additional insured, your insurance policy would protect both you and the venue in the suit.
No, there is no cost to add additional insured. You can add as many additional insured as needed and send them certificates accordingly. All you have to do is log back into your account and under the policy screen click on add additional insured button.
A deductible is the amount of the loss that is your responsibility. For example, if you have a theft claim of $750 dollars, you will be responsible for $250 dollars of that claim. The insurance company will pay you $500 dollars. Remember that with the ACT policy there is no liability deductible!