2010 NRA Convention Workshop Invitation by Bradley Smokers

2010 NRA Convention Workshop Invitation by Bradley Smokers
It’s a whole lot more than just chop, grind, stuff, and smoke.

Bradley Smokers
Bradley Smokers

Delta, British Columbia –-(AmmoLand.com)- As we mentioned in an earlier invitation, Bradley Smokers is sponsoring three free two-hour long-workshops over the three days of the May 2010 convention (one each day):

  • Friday, 14th, 2:00 to 4:00;
  • Saturday, 15th, 10:30 to 12:30
  • Sunday, 16th, 11:00 to 1:00.

FYI The Saturday time has been changed from the previous invitation, what you see above are the final times.

The workshop will cover advanced (home) processing, preparation, and smoke cooking of game and domestic meat, sausage and jerky. It’s a whole lot more than just chop, grind, stuff, and smoke. The workshop will feature many helpful tips, techniques, and processes that will prove exceptionally valuable in the making of game and domestic sausage and other smoke food products worthy of being eaten. This course is highly-instructive and will use actual product for the preparation demonstrations.

These advanced professional workshops were a great hit at the 2009 NRA Convention in Phoenix and that is why the NRA is having Bradley Smokers back for the 2010 NRA Convention in Charlotte.

Presenter is Brad Lockwood. Brad is a proven expert in both domesticated and wild game processing and is an excellent instructor. Brad is past president of the Pennsylvania Association of Meat Processors and has won several national awards for meat processing. He is also the host of Outdoor Edge’s Love of The Hunt on Direct TV and Dish Network.

This course will teach techniques you can use for all smokers and is not exclusive to the sponsoring Bradley Brand. If you want to learn more about Bradley smokers please go to www.bradleysmoker.com

These workshops promise to be very popular with attendees and that is the reason for this advanced notice to you in particular. Due to the smaller convention venue at Charlotte, seating will probably be limited to 150- to 200-people per day.

The Bradley NRA convention booth is 1639. Please swing by and visit with the knowledgeable folks about all types of food smoking including cold smoking for preservation. At the booth you will see some very cool equipment from semi- to full-automatic effortless fabulous flavor food smoking. These are not your father’s smokers-now, finally, creating incredibly professional flavorful smoked food can actually be fun too!

We hope to see you there and again please come by and visit us at the Bradley booth (1639).

Bradley Smokers www.bradleysmoker.com