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5th Annual Gimme Shelter

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 11, 2015 by Lowcountry Boil

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Operation Home has rescheduled the 5th Annual Gimme Shelter event on Thursday, July 30, 2015 from 7:0010:00 p.m at The Alley downtown. 131 Columbus Street. The always fun party will feature a silent auction and the opportunity to win a 2015 Scout 177 Sport Yamaha 70 and Trailer Boat, valued at $30,000. In addition to bowling and arcade games, New Orleans’ based New Breed Brass Band will also be entertaining the crowd with their funk, rock, jazz, and hip-hop repertoire.

The success of this annual event is made possible by the gracious sponsors that include Home Team BBQ,  Scout Boats, South State Bank, Gorman Financial Group, Northwestern Mutual, and One Eleven Partners,

Tickets for Gimme Shelter are $20 per person and include admission, food by award-winning Home Team BBQ, games, and entertainment. VIP tickets are also available for $125 and include a VIP section, an expanded menu, open bar, games and entertainment. For more about the event and to purchase tickets call (843) 853-3211 or click here.

All proceeds benefit Operation Home, a non-profit whose mission is to help people remain in their homes by increasing safety and accessibility through the coordination of critical home repairs for low-income residents. For more information, please visit operationhome.org.

Hogs for the Cause

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 12, 2014 by Lowcountry Boil

Hogs for the Cause, New Orleans’ annual springtime barbecue extravaganza benefiting pediatric brain cancer research, will expand to Charleston this fall with a barbecue celebration Oct. 4 at Patriot’s Point in Mount Pleasant.

PITMASTERS:

RODNEY SCOTT of Scott’s Bar-B-Que

Scott’s Bar-B-Que was founded in 1972 by Ella and Roosevelt “Rosie” Scott in Hemingway, SC. Rosie’s uncle taught him the downhome technique of slow cooking whole hogs over a wood-burning pit. The community just couldn’t get enough of Rosie’s barbecue. After hand crafting his own barbecue pits, Rosie Scott has spent all of his adult life serving some of the best barbecue the Carolinas have to offer.

JIMMY HAGOOD of Food for the Southern SoulUnder Food for the Southern Soul™, Hagood has combined all his talents in producing and distributing his Blackjack Barbecue and Charleston Favorites product lines. From his Shrimp Sauce and Dry Rubs to Stone-ground Grits, Charleston Gold Rice and Artichoke Relish, Hagood is keeping the tradition of soulful southern food alive

JOHN HAIRE of Nick’s BBQ

Jim ‘N Nick’s started cooking pork “low and slow” in 1985 when Nick, along with his dad Jim, reclaimed an old dry cleaners on Clairmont Avenue in Birmingham, AL where they opened the first Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q. Today, with 30 restaurants in 7 states, Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q has become a Southern institution.

CONYERS FAMILY BBQ

Howard Conyers, PhD began manning the family’s burn barrel at an early age. He cooked his first hog with his father’s assistance at age 11 and has spent the rest of his life pursuing his twin passions of rocket science and traditional South Carolina whole hog barbecue. The Conyers family uses a light tomato sauce on their hog. Well, that and as many hours of low and slow smoke as it takes.

AARON SIEGEL of Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ

MARK BEHR of Sweatman’s BBQ

LYNN AND NORTON HUGHES of Shulers Bar-B-Que

BANDS:

DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS

Boasting a mix of Southern pride, erudite lyrics, and a muscled three-guitar attack, Drive-By Truckers became one of the most well-respected alternative country-rock acts of the 2000s.

HEARTLESS BASTARDS

Anchored by the powerful vocals and incisive songwriting of Erika Wennerstrom, the Heartless Bastards are a roots rock band whose tough, emotionally resonant music incorporates elements of blues, hard rock, garage punk and country as filtered through tales of a hardscrabble life lived in the American Midwest.

THE SOUL REBELS BRASS BAND

The Soul Rebels started with an idea shared between founding members Derrick Moss and Lumar LeBlanc – to play the music they loved on the radio in the New Orleans Brass Band tradition that they grew up on. Together with a group of young, like-minded players from all over New Orleans, they formed the Soul Rebels and set out to make their mark on the music they love.

SOL DRIVEN TRAIN

Sol Driven Train’s music weaves through genres like images in a Tom Robbins paragraph. The versatile 5-piece band, based in Charleston, SC, features rotating lead vocalists, and multi-instrumental talent spread across horns, strings, and percussion. Combining rich varieties of American pop and folk music into their own port-town sound, Sol Driven Train has carved out a unique musical identity within the American roots music scene.

DEAD 27S

Dead 27s began in 2012 when members from various bands decided to play together at a birthday celebration called Face Funk. The band immediately clicked and was asked to play a Jimi Hendrix tribute show. The show was a huge success and word of mouth quickly spread about this group around Charleston, SC. Dead 27s’ sound is described as a Southern blend of rock and soul.

The purpose of Hogs for the Cause is to provide aid and relief of those variable expenses and economic burdens which families face while their child is being treated for pediatric brain cancer. Currently, Hogs For The Cause operates as the premier funding source for pediatric brain cancer outreach services in the United States and has given grants to over 200 families in need in just 6 years and partnered with several hospitals nationally, including MUSC Children’s Hospital.

Tickets start at $30 and are on sale here. For more information please visit hogsforthecause.org.

Home Team BBQ presents Island Reggae

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 4, 2013 by Lowcountry Boil

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It’s back! Home Team BBQ on Sullivan’s Island presents Island Reggae. Come on out for live reggae music and Jamaican-inspired food & drink specials on select Thursdays.

April 18: Roots of a Rebellion, $5
May 23: Butter Toast, $5
June 27: Treehouse, $5
July 18: International Morality, $5
August 8: Proverbial, $5
August 22: Butter Toast, $5

All shows start at 9pm.

Home Team BBQ
2209 Middle Street
Sullivan’s Island 29482
843-883-3131
www.hometeambbq.com

Gimme Shelter Sponsorship Opportunities

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 25, 2013 by Lowcountry Boil

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Home Team BBQ-Sullivan’s Island Presents Two Nights with The Royal Tinfoil for New Year’s

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 28, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Home Team Kitchen and The Alley Now Open in Downtown Charleston

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 27, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Home Team Kitchen and The Alley is now open in downtown Charleston at 131 Columbus St.

395080_309014075875660_1144356857_nThe Alley offers an entertainment experience unlike anything in the southeast. In addition to 8 lanes of retro bowling, the 16,870 sf warehouse features a 40 ft signature bar made of a reclaimed bowling lane, a 150 seat restaurant, a 1,900 sf mezzanine space with lounge area & a 17 ft bar, and outside seating. With food prepared by Home Team Kitchen, this place rocks and offers a new menu concept that changes the perception of typical bowling alley food. The chef-driven cuisine  features made from scratch dishes using local product with a focus on comfort foods and American classics. The Alley is an incredible place to watch any sporting event. There are two 160” projection screens in the restaurant space along with multiple TV’s throughout. They also have a 10ft basketball goal, a ping-pong table, two Skee-Ball machines, 2 pinball machines, & 12 vintage arcade games.

The Alley is the perfect destination for group events and parties. Designed to easily accommodate larger parties, The Alley can host groups of 10, 20, 50, or 400. Check out their Event Page for more information on booking large parties.

601587_305263736250694_1806113792_nA few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend their grand opening party and can say this place is going to be one of the hottest things in Charleston for years to come! The Studio 300 retro disco party supported The Be A Mentor Program and even actor and local resident Bill Murray showed up to add to the excitement! Click here for the Red Carpet arrival photos and here for more.

The Alley is committed to making Charleston a better place. By offering a dynamic entertainment experience to a diverse and growing community, The Alley is far more than just another bowling alley or sports bar.

WHERE: 

The Alley
131 Columbus St.
Charleston SC
843-818-4080

HOURS: Mon — Sun: 11am to 2am

Home Team BBQ Holds Contest to Rename Famous Frozen Drink

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 24, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ recently found out that the name “Painkiller” has been trademarked and found their famous frozen drink in need of a new name. They are taking it to the fans to rename the Home Team Frozen Painkiller. Fans must enter the contest via a form at www.hometeambbq.com by Friday, October 12th. Then Home Team will pick the top 5 nominations and take it to a vote starting October 22nd-November 9th. Winners will be revealed at their 6th Anniversary party on November 17th in West Ashley.

There are lots of great prizes for the most creative names. The winner receives a $25 Gift Certificate every week for a year plus a non-transferable VIP Card for Free Admission forever, 2nd Place: $250 Gift Certificate, 3rd Place: $150 Gift Certificate, 4th Place: $100 Gift Certificate and 5th Place: $50 Gift Certificate. Lots of newly designed t-shirts, hats and koozies will be given away to winners with other creative ideas not chosen.

Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ combines traditional processes and techniques of classical cuisine with the simplicity of comfort food, BBQ, and Southern fare.  Using only fresh ingredients, the salads, tacos, sandwiches and wraps are created with unique approach to BBQ. The dry rubbed ribs, chicken and pork shoulders are combined with finger lickin’ sides. Home Team BBQ offers takeout orders, catering and delivery. Home Team BBQ has something for everyone with award-winning food and a rockin’ bar with weekly live music and sports on the TVs. Guests know where to come for a work lunch, casual family dinner or a fun night out with friends.

For interviews, photos, press kit, menus or a complimentary media tasting, please contact Lorrie Dixson of Eskimo Advertising at  lorrie@eskimoadvertising.com. For additional information about Home Team BBQ, visit www.hometeambbq.com.
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The Alley Charleston Officially Under Construction: Relationships forged with leading local businesses

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on August 2, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Construction is officially underway at The Alley, Charleston’s first downtown restaurant and bar with eight bowling lanes which is projected to open at 131 Columbus Street this fall. The Alley will offer an unparalleled entertainment experience in a high-energy atmosphere, bringing affordable fun and games to locals and tourists of all ages. In addition to putting a fresh face on one of America’s favorite pastimes—bowling—The Alley will feature a variety of games and amenities, including classic arcade games, basketball, ping pong, shuffleboard, multiple flat screen televisions, several unique event spaces and a full-service restaurant and bar.

Chris Poole, Jimmy Poole, Aaron Siegel and David Crowley. Photo courtesy: The Alley

Locally owned and operated by David Crowley, Jimmy Poole and Chris Poole, The Alleyhas forged relationships with several top local businesses, including Stumphouse Architecture + Design and Hogan Construction, who have transformed the downtown warehouse space that previously housed Ben Arnold Beverage Distributors, which operated in the building from the early 1970s through late 1980s. In addition, The Alley has just announced an agreement with operators of local favorite Home Team BBQ, who will be their exclusive food partner. The Alley and Home Team will collaborate on a new menu concept that changes the perception of typical bowling alley food. The chef-driven menu will feature made-from-scratch dishes using local product with a focus on comfort foods and American classics.

The Alley will offer a variety of options for private events, including birthday parties, corporate events and charity gatherings. As one of downtown Charleston’s largest event venues, The Alley will stimulate the local economy by bringing numerous full and part-time jobs to the city.

A full web site will be launched in September. In the interim, more information on The Alley can be found online at www.facebook.com/TheAlleyCharleston or via Twitter at @TheAlleyChas.

2nd Annual Gimme Shelter Benefiting Operation Home

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 1, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

Operation Home announces the 2nd Annual Gimme Shelter presented by Home Team BBQ and Fat & Juicy on Saturday, May 12th at 6pm at the Navy Yard at Noisette, 10 Storehouse Row. The Big Easy comes to the Lowcountry with lively entertainment, funky music from Dikki Du and the Zydeco Krewe and a taste of New Orleans. Prepared by Home Team BBQ Executive Chef Aaron Siegel, the menu is complete with a Crawfish Boil, Jambalaya, Mini Po-Boys, Red Beans and Rice as well as plenty of Hurricanes and more. Tickets are $50 in advance or $60 at the door. Shuttle Hogs will provide transportation from drop offs for a minimal fee where half of fare is donated to Operation Home.

Operation Home’s mission is to help low-income residents of the tri-county area remain in their homes by increasing safety and accessibility through the coordination of critical home repairs. Their work focuses on the people the most in need including households that contain children, people with disabilities or older adults. Operation Home is committed to ensuring that no person has to live in a home that is inaccessible or dangerous.

Sponsors: Home Team BBQ, Fat & Juicy, Tiller Construction, Ascue’s Auto Body and Paint Shop, Icebox Beverage Services, 105.5 The Bridge, Charleston City Paper, Filigree, Flyway Real Estate, Objectively Squared, Lowcountry Housing Trust, Commonwealth Contracting, Shuttle Hogs, Berlin Restaurant Supply, Charleston Artist Collective, The Sustainable Warehouse, and Eskimo Advertising.

Planning Committee: Lorrie Dixson, Jenny Keenan, Lisa Potts, Aaron Siegel, Gray Tiller, Jerrod Wilkins and Rachel Williams.

Host Committee: Jeff Baxter, Alex Collier, Sandy Farkas, Anna Hamilton, Kristin Hawkins, James Hynes, Mick Jewell, Trey Knott, Carter McMillian, Rebecca O’Brien, and Laura Rayl.

For sponsorships, silent auction donations, interviews or high resolution photos, please contact lorrie@eskimoadvertising.com.

WHEN: Saturday, May 12th at 6pm

WHERE: 
Navy Yard at Noisette
10 Storehouse Row

TICKETS: $50 in advance or $60 at the door. Click HERE to purchase.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:  Visit www.operationhome.org.

Home Team BBQ- West Ashley’s 4th Annual All-Americana Crawfish Boil

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 19, 2012 by Lowcountry Boil

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