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9th Annual Hub City BBQ Winners

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The 9th Annual Hub City BBQ Cook-off, presented by the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce and Suddenlink West Texas, awarded the best BBQ in the Hub City on Thursday, September 23.

There were 85 teams entered this year, which included professional, corporate and amateur/student experience levels. Attendees enjoyed great BBQ and entertainment by the Kinky Wizards and Mariachi Amistad. The BBQ took place in the west parking lot of the Wells Fargo Center at 1500 Broadway.

Categories include brisket, ribs, other meat and fajitas. Honors were presented to the following:

Fajitas

Professional

1. Alderson Enterprises

2. Westech Electric

3. Standard Sales

Corporate

1. PlainsCapital Bank

2. Coca-Cola Enterprises

3. American Cotton Growers

Amateur/Student

1. Overhead Door Co. of Lubbock

2. Texas Homeland Security & Sounds

3. Simmons Pump

  

Other (which includes any meat other than brisket, ribs or fajitas)

Professional

1. Custom Homes by Robert Wood

2. First United Bank

3. David Rogers Homes

Corporate

1. Gene Messer Hyundai-Kia

2. Rush Realtors

3. ADC Group Inc.

Amateur/Student

1. Raider Red Meats

2. Overhead Door Co. of Lubbock

3. Simmons Pump

 

Ribs

Professional

1. Ellis County BBQ

2. Westech Electric

3. Montelongo's Mexican Restaurant

Corporate

1. Sutherland's

2. Plains Cotton Cooperative Association

3. FirstBank & Trust/PrimeWest Mortgage

Amateur/Student

1. Republic National Distributing Co.

2. Texas Homeland Security & Sounds

3. Charlie King – Texas Tech Student

 

Brisket

Professional

1. Ellis County BBQ

2. Acme Electric Co.

3. Alderson Enterprises

Corporate

1. Atmos Energy – Team 1 (Supervisors)

2. Legacy Ranch/Painted Prairie Ranch

3. Bates-Wells Promotional Products

Amateur/Student

1. Raider Red Meats

2. Parkhill, Smith & Cooper

3. Rix Funeral Directors

 

Best Decorated Booth

Atmos Energy

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