In my time that I have been on Twitter, I have come into contact with many many people who share the same love for BBQ that I do. Many times these people are gracious enough to let me try their sauces, rubs, or gadgets, and I use this space to showcase them. Today, however, I want to showcase a company for a completely different reason.
Cripple Creek Barbeque is a small family-run company with a big vision. Located in the Denver, CO metropolitan area, John and Stacy Lynch aspire to bring high quality barbecue (using sustainable foods and practices) along with their sauces (all-natural, no high fructose corn syrup) and rubs to the masses. Their firm philosophy in using locally sourced meats and produce will be an invaluable asset to the local economy. However, John and Stacy need our help to make this vision a reality.
To bring their high quality barbeque to the good people of the Denver area, Cripple Creek Barbeque has set out on a quest to raise the funds needed for a food truck. To make this happen, Cripple Creek Barbeque has partnered with Kickstarter, a company allowing entrepreneurs to use an “all-or-nothing” approach to raising start-up funds. The target goal for Cripple Creek Barbeque is $12,000. As of the time this blog was published, they have raised $9,360 of the $12,000 needed. With less than 3 days remaining, Cripple Creek Barbeque needs your help to make their vision a reality.
You can go here to get to Cripple Creek’s Kickstarter page where you can pledge any amount, starting at $5. I’ve pledged $20, and I challenge you to match or beat my pledge. Let’s get Cripple Creek Barbeque over their goal! They also accept donations via PayPal.