Owls Nest BBQ To Participate In The Blue-Gray BBQ Contest On Sept. 20

Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Dan Griess and Steve Ray of Owls Nest BBQ look forward to the Friends of Gordon-Lee Mansion BBQ contest on Sept. 20 to be held at The Mansion
Dan Griess and Steve Ray of Owls Nest BBQ look forward to the Friends of Gordon-Lee Mansion BBQ contest on Sept. 20 to be held at The Mansion
Owls Nest BBQ, a competition BBQ team based out of Ooltewah, will be participating and selling BBQ on Sept. 20, at the Blue-Gray BBQ Contest in Chickamauga, at The Gordon-Lee Mansion.
 
"The BBQ Contest is part of the Blue-Gray BBQ and Arts Festival held every year at the Gordon-ll
Mansion,"  said Owls Nest BBQ Pitmaster Steve Ray. "It is a great day of family fun and a great
day to come out and taste some real competition BBQ."
 
The festival will begin at 9 a.m. and continue throughout the day.
BBQ teams will be turning in ribs, chicken and pork for the contest judges. Turn in will begin at 3:30 p.m.
 
"This is a great contest for folks to see how a competition works.  The Friends of Gordon-Lee run a great festival," Mr. Ray said.  "And unlike most competitions, the teams can sell BBQ."
 
Owls Nest BBQ team is manned by Steve Ray, Dan Griess, Roger VanCleave, Bucky McCulley
and Bob Rogers.
 
For more information go to www.friendsofgordonleemansion.org.
 

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