Fervor wins Canadian grilling competition

FervorMONTREAL, Quebec – Alfresco Home, distributor of the recently launched Fervor Grill, won first place in the Grill Distributors of Quebec Province Annual Cooking Competition.

Rick Baker, Alfresco Home brand manager for the Fervor and Fornetto outdoor cooking product lines, and Kimberly Cilio, part owner of Alfresco Home, traveled to Montreal to provide Fervor retail training while participating in the new competition.

“Training our distribution network in Quebec and cooking in the grill competition against four other leading brands was an exciting way for us to bring Fervor Grill to the Canadian market in this province,” said Cilio. "Participating was fun, winning was just awesome, and we appreciate the opportunity to showcase the great performance of the Fervor Grill.”

“Fervor, which hit the North American market last year, was great success overall," said Baker.

The Alfresco Home grill team served up rosemary grilled lamb chops and grilled caesar salad to the more than 40 members and judges. The Fervor Icon Series 6 Burner Grill, with its 60,000 BTU burners, kept cooking throughout the afternoon.

Alfresco Home is exhibiting at HPBExpo in space #2645 in New Orleans, March 17-19.

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