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Retail Partner + Pop-up Shop Application

Mission. Tell Augusta’s story to locals and visitors by creating an experience center and acting as a launching pad, sending locals and visitors to authentic Augusta experiences and businesses

Brand Focus. Locally-made products from Augusta’s River Region with an emphasis on food & beverage, handcrafted gifts, and southern goods. Items are carefully selected to ensure our customers will have interest and do not pass a price limit of $50 retail. Augusta National Golf Club or Masters Tournament logos on merchandise is prohibited. Augusta merchandise should be branded "Augusta." Retail partners should have a physical or online store to be strongly considered.

Expectations. At Augusta & Co. we expect our partners to abide by our mission statement and beliefs to treat all people equally and with generous hospitality. We all strive to create the best experience in the most respectful and engaging way. Medical services and/or products, beauticians, religious topics, political candidates, and/or political events are not a fit for Augusta & Co., pop-up shops, community takeovers, or our retail partners.

Participating in a pop-up shop is free of charge and requires a business license. To become a retail partner, wholesale pricing and suggested retail pricing is required. Use of the community takeover table is free of charge and often used for: cheese making classes, office meetings, flower crown workshops, educational informative sessions, attraction promotions, etc.

Contact Information

Business License

Please upload a copy of your Georgia Business License.

Product Information

You may select more than one.

Partner Information

Augusta & Co. loves being able to tell Augusta’s story and the stories of our people. We’d like help in telling your story and in creating a snapshot of the unique and diverse group of vendors who are our retail partners.

Please fill out below questions to help us paint a picture of the wonderful variety of people with whom we are fortunate to be doing business.

The information in this section will not be shared outside of our organization and is for informational purposes only.










Your Local Business Story

The who, what, where, when, and why of your business.

Sample story: "Edward Oglethorpe relocated to Augusta, GA in 1736 and knew right away it needed a British Bakery. Combing his love of baking and organizing cities he opened Eddie’s Eateries where you can get a tart and sit in the patio created to resemble the Augusta Common."

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