From the Convention FAQ:
Q: I would like to sell games, cards, artwork, etc at Winter War. How do I reserve some space for a booth?
A: Space for dealers of all sorts is limited at Winter War, so all requests for such space should be made as early as possible through the Convention Chairman. Winter War policy has been to offer space first to those dealers who have participated in the previous year's convention. New dealers who would like space are placed on a waiting list to fill any vacancies that might arise.
Please note that only dealers officially recognized by the Winter War staff will be allowed to conduct business at the convention. We understand that a certain amount of private sales and swaps occur at gaming conventions, but once you start acting like a 'wheeler-dealer' you will be asked to leave.
Another possibility for the profit-minded would be our extremely popular Live Auction. Cost to put an item on the auction is 50 cents. The staff reserves the right to refuse to place an item in the auction. Individual collectible cards will always be rejected. Please also note that due to time constraints your item may not come up for bidding, in which case it will be returned to you. The Live Auction is an exciting way to 'recycle' your gaming dollars.
The following Dealer Policies were drafted as an extension of our overall convention policies. All of these appear in some form either on the dealer request form or in the convention program. We invite your response and commentary.