Get the perfect gift Saturday, Nov. 26 at BWF from 8am – 5pm.
13 Wilton St, we are more just our name.
Bahamas Welding and Fire Company (BWF) was started in July 1972, primarily engaged in the fire extinguisher business. Shortly thereafter industrial Gases were added to its line of products and services. As the business grew, it was complimented with industrial mechanics, equipment and tools. Within the last few years we added appliances, grills and housewares supplies to attract a different clientele.
Today we are grateful that all these initiatives benefits the company.
Seven years ago management decided that BWF needed a signature event that will aid in the launching of the new branding of BWF, thus, The Grill Master Competition. This event garnished much attention that a number of local companies commenced similar events on an annual basis. However, BWF is the pace setter in this regards.
Our signature event has aided in the growth of the company and the awareness of our product lines.
Two years ago we enhanced the signature event by adding the Grill Making Contest. The creativity was something to behold which has complimented our branding strategies.
The event is now used to show our appreciation to our customers by providing very attractive discounts, free giveaways, drinks and food. The event normally climaxes with music, dancing and socializing.
Download your entry form today to compete in the 7th Annual Bahamas Welding and Fire Grill Master Competition.
Love cooking over an open flame?
Can you hog tie and roast a pig like nobody’s business?
Do you have the creativity to build and design a better grill?
If you answered yes to any of these questions stop by Bahamas Welding and Fire 13 Wilton Street today to enter any one of our three Competitions.
Entry ends May 16.
We are giving away over $4,000 in prizes, so don’t be left out.
For our loyal supporters the day will be filled with live entertainment, refreshing treats and great deals.
Don’t miss the FUN! Saturday, May 28, 2016
- Grills can be made of cast aluminum, sheet metal, cast iron, scrap metal, or stainless steel.
- Grills can be gas, charcoal or electric.
- Grills should be uniquely made (additional features are a plus e.g. smoker box, side burner, rotisserie rack etc.). Grills should be visually appealing.
- Grills should be durable, material to construct the grill may be judged according to, thickness of metals, because quality of parts play a major role in how long a grill will last.
- Grill must be readily usable.
- Grill must have been recently made with minimal use if any.
- Grills will be judged based on quality (durability), insight, creativity and whether or not the grill is readily usable.
- One contestant can enter a maximum of three (3) grills and each would be eligible for 1st, 2nd or 3rd place consecutively.
- Grill must be numbered for competition
- All grill should be on display beginning at 12 noon May 28, 2016.
Applications submitted are not guaranteed entrance. Bahamas Welding & Fire reserves the rights to reject any application. Limited space is available so apply early to secure your admittance.
Download Grill Design Entry FormGrillDesignCompetition2016.docx
- Contestants may use charcoal, gas or wood to fuel grills.
- Meats for contestants will be provided, and can be picked up from BWF’s administrative office on May 27, 2016 between the hours of 3pm and 5pm.
- Prep tables, T-shirts, chef hats and aprons will be provided by Bahamas Welding & Fire. Hence all contestants must be properly attired in BWF gear. Packages for each contestant will be available for pickup from BWF’s administrative office on May 27, 2016 between the hours of 3pm and 5pm.
- Meats can be seasoned prior to the competition but not precooked, precooking is grounds for disqualification. The judges will be inspecting the meat before the competition.
- Contestants may begin setup and preparation of their area from 8:00am on May 28, 2016 for persons entering the pig roasting competition all other can begin setup from 12noon.
- Contestants will be given a number upon their arrival, which determines the order in which their presentations to the judges will be made.
- All contestants MUST be in place and ready for the 1:00pm meat inspection. Any contestant not present and ready at inspection time will be disqualified from the competition.
- Cooking begins at 2:00pm.
- Judging will be done in 15 minute intervals starting at 4:00pm.
- Contestants will be judged for:
Texture of meat for chicken, steak, ribs and roasted pig, taste of the dish, appearance of the dish (other food articles can be used to enhance dish presentations but should not distract for the main meal articles themselves)
- Contestants must prepare their allocated work area, to be displayed attractively.
- Contestants are responsible for providing their own utensils, condiments and accessories i.e. plates, can openers, paper towels etc…. (Grills may be purchased prior to the competition from BWF)
- Contestants are responsible for providing their own cleaning supplies, soap, bleach, hand sanitizer, cloths etc. Garbage bins will be provided for contestant to clean up their work area after the competition.
- No employees or family members of employees are allowed to enter.
- The decision of the judges is FINAL.
Download the Application and submit to our office before May 16, 2016 4pm with Fee. GrillMasterApp7thDownload Grill Master & Pig Roasting Entry Form