2023 Super Bowl BBQ
*For Pick Up or Delivery
Get ready for Super Bowl 2023 (Sunday, February 12th) and support CASA of Williamson County! On the menu this year, Our Famous Juicy Baby Back Ribs, the All New Rentsch Beer Brat Pack, plus Buffalo Style Chicken Wings.
What You Get: Fully cooked, vacuum packed, ready to warm & eat or freeze meats.
How It Works: Place your online order – Tell us when you want it and if you want it delivered or if you are picking it up (Berry Creek, Georgetown Area).
When Should You Order?: NOW – We sell out every year. 2022 was a huge success and we expect this event to sell out quickly!! We cooked about 2000 pounds of meat last year and plan to blow that out of the water this year.
Delivery available in Williamson County for orders over $50. Curbside Pick Up location is 114 Verrena Way, Georgetown, TX in Berry Creek.
100% of revenue goes to CASA of Williamson County thanks to our donors! Your additional support will also go directly to CASA of Williamson County, so please consider making a donation. It costs approximately $2000 a year (or $150 per month) to provide a CASA Advocate to a child. *See below for sponsorship opportunities!
ORDER DEADLINE – SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5th at 5PM – after deadline email email@example.com to be placed on waiting list.
Please keep in mind:
- There is a limited supply!!
- There is a $50 minimum for free delivery
- Delivery is scheduled in a 2-hour window to your door in Williamson County (Friday & Saturday ONLY)
- Pickup is in Berry Creek at 114 Verrena Way Georgetown, TX 78628 (Thursday, Friday or Saturday)
- All meats are cooked that day and vacuum packed and presented in a reusable, CASA branded shopping tote. Rewarm for Super Bowl. Ready for freezing.
What’s on the Menu for Super Bowl:
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES are available here! Through your support as a sponsor the money we raise from sales goes directly to CASA of Williamson County!
Get in on the fun and volunteer to help out! This cook wouldn’t be possible without our AMAZING crew!
When a child enters the foster care system because his or her home is no longer safe, a judge may appoint a committed volunteer to help them. That volunteer is called a Court Appointed Special Advocate®, or CASA. CASA of Williamson County continues to provide valuable volunteer advocacy for children who have experienced abuse or neglect in this area. CASA volunteers serve as the “eyes and ears” for the judge in child welfare cases. This includes researching each child’s situation and making objective recommendations to help them reclaim their childhoods from abuse and neglect. CASA volunteers are frequently the only stable presence in these children’s lives as they navigate the foster care system.