We have a small chicken bbq outfit in the Updtate NY area and my son (age 16) and daughter (age 13) want to put on a “BBQ for the troops” event in NY next summer. It is looking like it will be more like a 3 or 4 dates tour and cover Albany, Watertown, NY, parts of New England and/or further south. It is getting some very positive momentum, but I know we have a lot of work to do. Just wanted to see if you could help offer some guidance or advice for this mission.
we ae set-up to do up to 1000 meals at a time.
Loretto Hulse said:June 4, 2012 2:32 pm PST
I'm doing a story on the McKinley Springs Winery barbecue cookoff on June 9. It's to raise funds for your barbecue meals for the troops. I have a couple of questions on your BBQ for the Troops, one of them is how can people donate?
Can you send me your email address or phone number?
eric paulsen said:May 14, 2012 7:57 pm PST
I manage a Bakers Ribs and am wondering how to get involved . I am a disabled vet and would love to help my brothers .
Rick Hines said:July 29, 2011 7:13 am PST
Just read about your BBQ for Our Troops that you are providing in Norfolk, Va. Tell me more how I can help. I own Whiskey Hill BBQ and co-own a GM dealership in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Whiskey Hill BBQ is a special event company that can handle up to 300 - 400 people.
Our dealership, Patriot Buick GMC, is a GM franchise located in Williamsburg.
Both companies, are sponsors of the "Memorial Day Challenge" for Ride 2 Recovery for our wounded veterans.
Our websites are:
If we can get on a schedule next year at Ft Eustis or Langley AFB let me know.
James Mitzel said:June 29, 2011 7:20 am PST
Do you ever have any in Florida? If not how do you go about setting one up?