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Posted by Ford on November 07, 2011 at 12:05:21:

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'm sure the folks in Washington can setup a new department to handle what is clearly a national issue covering all BBQ contests.

And while there are cooking rules at a contest, there is no code of ethics for cooks. And there are rules set down by each sanctionig body for organizers. Don't need a code of ethics.

And as far as people promoting stuff on the internet, anybody can post at online sites with reviews for restaurants, motels, cars, you name it and there are no rules. Best advice I can give is get your info from a moderated site that requires a signon.


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