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In Reply to: Should there be a code of ethics for BBQ promoters posted by one team's question on November 06, 2011 at 07:55:49:
I haven't looked recently, and I doubt that I will do so today, BUT, isn't this AT LEAST implied in the sanctioning agreement that is submitted to KCBS or any other sanctioning organization?
Also, isn't it the KCBS (or other sanctioning organization) who "make sure the events are on the up and up and requiring honesty and integrity in what they do"?
The sanctioning organization supplies all of the rules and judges, and also supplies the representatives to make sure that these rules are enforced.
By the same token, the sanctioning organization doesn't and can't accept entry fees, give discounts or free-bees, or assign cook sites, etc.
I don't see how one can effect the other.
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