Sports Next Level is always offering fun things to do at their beautiful complex and now they are gearing up for their 1st annual BBQ Cook-off plus a Cornhole Tournament, Washer Tournament, Live Music and more!

Get your cooking team signed up for their big BBQ Cook-off coming up on Saturday, October 23rd. Registration is underway now. It will be held at the Sports Next Level Complex at 2838 College Hills Blvd.

The BBQ Cook-off competition will include Pork Ribs, Brisket and Chicken with the option to enter the Jackpot Steak competition.

The entry fee for teams competing in the BBQ Cookoff is $150-Without Jackpot Steak & $170-With Jackpot Steak and the Cook-off will have a cash payout. Each team will be comprised of a head cook and as many assistants as required. NL recognizes one head cook from each team. All participants and judges must be 18 years of age. For a complete list of rules and regulations for the Cook-off, click here.

Even if you are not interested in entering the BBQ competition, this will be an event you don't want to miss because Sports Next Level will be offering everyone so much fun throughout the day like Washer Tournaments, Cornhole Tournaments, BBQ sampling and Live Music. Be sure to get your team together for the washer and cornhole tournaments.

If you are not yet aware of it, Sports Next Level has added an outdoor stage which is an awesome addition to the complex and they will have plenty of great live music to entertain you throughout the day.

For more information, click on sportsnextlevel.com or call 325-277-0928.

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