From the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce
Thursday, September 9, 2010, Myrtle Beach - The fifth annual Beach, Boogie & Barbeque Festival, held Sept. 3 and 4 at Grand Park in Myrtle Beach, featured a total of 43 teams that competed in the “Anything Goes” competition, the official Kansas City Barbeque Society Open Invitational and the Kansas City Barbeque Society Cook-off.
The awards given out on Friday, Sept. 3 for the "Anything Goes" competition were:
“Anything Goes” ($1000 and trophy):Mike’s Catering, Summerville, SC (Shrimp and Grits)
Shriners Division VIP Escorts ($500):Unit Team #1, Summerville, SC
People Choice (SeaMist Vacation Package): Omar Jolly Jeepsters, Conway, SC (Chicken Bog)
Best Booth (SeaMist Vacation Package): Butts R Us, Waxhaw, NC
Best T-Shirt (SeaMist Vacation Package): Monkey Bottom BBQ, Timmonsville, SC
The awards given out on Saturday, Sept. 4 were:
KCBS Grand Champion ($1000 and trophy): Bub-ba-que, Atlanta, Ga.
KCBS Reserve Grand Champion ($500 and trophy): Pickin Porkers, Winston-Salem, NC
KCBS Chicken Category ($500 and trophy): Bub-ba-que, Atlanta, Ga.
KCBS Pork Ribs Category ($500 and trophy): The Soundside Smokers, Currituck, NC
KCBS Pork Brisket Category ($500 and trophy): Bub-ba-que, Atlanta, Ga.
Shrine BBQ Network Division Winner ($1000): Rockin’ Pig, Laurenburg, NC
Shrine BBQ Network Sauce Category ($300): Fat Back’s BBQ and Rib Shack, Fayetteville, NC
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