HPBA encourages retailers to celebrate National Barbecue Breakfast Day
August 29, 2017,
ARLINGTON, Va. – Saturday September 2, 2017 is National Barbecue Breakfast Day, and the Hearth, Patio and Barbecue Association wants retailers to promote this day to customers.
This day provides an opportunity to get your customers talking about grills and grilling. The hashtag #BarbecueBreakfast can be used on social media to join the conversation with other grillers across the country.
1) Quick and easy - Anything that can be made for breakfast in the kitchen like sausage, bacon, eggs, toast and pancakes can be made on the grill in a matter of minutes.
2) Adds flavor - There’s no better method to enhance your food and add a satisfying smoky flavor than cooking over an open flame.
3) Minimal mess - Toss meats right on the grill, whip up a one-skillet egg bake or use tin foil as a substitute for baking dishes and frying pans to keep dishes to a minimum.
4) Opt outside - Fresh air and sunshine will help wake you up and ensure you start your day feeling fresh and re-energized.
5) Create memories - Breakfast is often the only meal of the day that entire families are together – spend it outside creating lifelong memories and family traditions.
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