Cookshack Presents Smoker Ovens for Wild Game and Barbecue at Safari Club International 2010 Convention

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Leading smoker oven manufacturer Cookshack, presents its state-of-the-art smokers at the Safari Club International’s 2010 Annual Hunter’s Convention, Jan. 20 - 23, 2010, Reno, Nev.

Award-winning smoker manufacturer Cookshack, Inc. will present five of its state-of-the-art smoker ovens to Safari Club International members at the organization’s 2010 convention Jan. 20 - 23, 2010, in Reno, Nev.

Cookshack offers SCI members the opportunity to learn about smoking professional-quality barbecue from its experts on site at the show. Participants will be able to take a close look at the smokers and to taste championship barbecue they can make at home.

Cookshack CEO Stuart Powell points out, “Cookshack smokers are uniquely suited to hunters and outdoorsmen who want to smoke game as well as prepare barbecue at home. Cookshack is proud to list many SCI members among its customers.”

The Safari Club International is a 50,000-member hunters’ organization whose Foundation is recognized as a world leader in wildlife conservation and education. Almost 20,000 people attended the Safari Club’s 2009 convention. (Source:

Cookshack Barbecue Equipment

Cookshack manufactures smoker ovens for commercial, home, and competition use under the brand names of Cookshack and Fast Eddy’s by Cookshack. The company recently introduced the Cookshack Charbroiler, which cooks with 100% food grade wood pellets, and the Q-Kitchen by Cookshack, the first stationary-to-mobile outdoor fully-equipped cooking center. Cookshack has an industry-wide reputation for its high quality products and exceptional customer service. The company has been in business for over 40 years and ships its products worldwide. Cookshack is privately held and is located in Oklahoma. Commercial equipment is NSF approved and ETL, and UL listed; most stainless steel models are USDA approved. Residential equipment is UL listed. Made in the USA.


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