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Operation BBQ Relief in Houston

Friday, September 1, 2017

Operation BBQ Relief's first day of feeding in Houston was Wednesday, August 30. The 60 volunteers served 12,000 hot barbecue meals to those affected and first responders.

OBR is prepared to ramp up food production to 25,000 hot barbecue meals by Friday thanks to an outpouring of support from sponsors and donors.

The last couple of days, CEO and Co-Founder Stan Hays has been live streaming on Facebook on both his personal page and the Operation BBQ Relief's Facebook page.

The most recent Facebook live video

Facebook live video from Stan Hays' personal FB page

Setting up to feed first responders:

operationbbqrelief.org

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Operation BBQ Relief Update – Hurricane Irma

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Operation BBQ Relief has had a busy three weeks with Hurricane Harvey (for which they served 371,760 hot barbecue meals in 11 days) and now Hurricane Irma (66,100 meals in over six days) and their teams of volunteers are tired. Currently, OBR is turning...

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Casual Industry Salutes 2017 Award Winners

Friday, September 15, 2017

The International Casual Furnishings Association (ICFA) honored top retailers, manufacturers, representatives and designers this week at a gala awards celebration during the Casual Market Chicago....

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Gensun’s New Edge & Wave Collection

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Edge and Wave are fraternal twins; both collections feature slender yet strong legs and arms with graceful curves. The two back designs came to life at the same time with Edge’s linear back and Wave’s flowing water back. Visit showroom 1667...

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Klaussner Outdoor Adds Cordless Power Motion

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Here’s a new concept that incorporates the functionality of power motion with a cordless power source into outdoor seating. The technology combines weather resistant motion mechanisms and a sealed power system driven by a rechargeable power pack...

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New Marina Tabletops from OW Lee

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Marina tabletops have the look of sun-bleached boards from port-side towns, but are made of low-maintenance porcelain tile. Tops come in eight distinct color variations and several patterns and in a boat shape in sizes from 24-in. square to 44 x 84-in....

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