- 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