THE NEXT EVOLUTION OF SLICK’S BIG TIME BBQ
Success is exciting when someone grows beyond a product into an industry leader.
Slick’s Big Time BBQ is doing just that.
From extraordinary sauces, to catering, to a road worthy BBQ truck, Slick’s is opening a BBQ Drive-Thu.
On March 1st local fans will meet on the corner of Wilsonville & Springbrook Rds. in Newberg.
Talk to any business owners about their growth and you’ll hear the word ‘partnership’.
Is great food partnered with Oregon wines and beers on the right trail? It’s easy to say yes, but questions remain.
What about the partners?
Duck Pond knows what their customers want. They know what boomerpdx readers want. They know what Portland baby boomers want.
Here’s how you can tell.
Take a look at their events, their winery tours and group tastings.
Or join the club.
On Saturday, February 23, between 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. it’s Pearls & Oysters at Duck Pond Cellars. Slicks’ BBQ will be there for you. That’s a sign of a great partner.
Any questions about Seven Brides Brewing? Not anymore. Not with these beauties.
Adding to the excitement of business partnering, General Distributing, Inc. works with Seven Brides. A quote from their website, “If you can’t have fun selling beer, you have a gene missing.” – Peter Swinburn, CEO of Molson Coors Brewing Co.
If genetics makes good business partnering, then Slicks’ Big Time BBQ is on the leading edge.
Stop by the Newberg Grand Opening with high expectations and you will leave fulfilled.
If you’re a fan of local high school football, then you’ve seen KGW’s Joe Becker on Friday Night Lights.
You’ve seen him test food. I have it on good authority that Mr. Becker knows Slick’s Big Time BBQ.
So should you.