Illinois BBQ Alliance Presents: The First Annual Autumn Smoke

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Illinois BBQ Alliance (IBBQA)

FWE / Food Warming Equipment will be here at the IBBQA’s First Annual Autumn Smoke on Monday, October 29th – 6pm – 9pm.  Next Monday at The Warehouse at Carmichael’s on 1052 W. Monroe, Chicago, IL   Brought to you by the who’s who of BBQ!

This is a fundraising event and membership drive with the added bonus of having fun, eating and talking barbecue with the Illinois BBQ community.

Your donation to IBBQA will feed five (5) people for every ticket sold.

Mingle with Barry Sorkin of Smoque, Dave Raymond of Sweet Baby Ray’s, Lee Ann Whippen of Chicago Q, and Charlie McKenna of Lillie’s Q, Gary Wiviott of Barn & Company and taste their wonderful creations!

The Autumn Smoke will feature samplings from ten of Chicago’s top BBQ restaurants. A selection of “off-menu” items will provide a unique surprise that you may not find in any of their restaurants.

Honored guests, Scottie Johnson of “Cancer Sucks” World Champion Competition BBQ team and Harry Stewart, owner of Great American Barbecue Company of Alameda, California will be speaking briefly about their experiences with charity and the craft of BBQ.

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The Illinois BBQ Alliance is…
a community of barbecue friends, part of a much larger community. A community in which people occasionally need the kind of help that a group of BBQ cooks is uniquely equipped to provide.

Helping to feed people In need…
when natural disasters strike. Large groups of people are often without food, water, or shelter for extended periods while cities and towns rebuild their infrastructures and families rebuild their lives. And while aid organizations exist to try to bring essential supplies, none may be as well-equipped to feed masses of people as a group of BBQers. With their catering trucks, mobile rigs, and cooking expertise, a small team of well-coordinated BBQers can feed tens of thousands of people in need.

We want to be there…
for communities and individuals in need of some help. Whether that is a warm meal or a smiling face, we believe that we can provide a little relief, help meet basic needs, and offer moral support wherever it is needed most.

That’s the stuff that makes a community great. Please join us.

Buy Your Tickets Now and join us!  Click Here: To Sign up at Eventbrite


IBBQA Autumn Smoke Attendees
IBBQA Autumn Smoke Attendees

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