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  1. MABA Team of the Year Scoring to be Conducted by BBQData.com

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    The MABA Board has entered into an agreement with BBQData.com to calculate the 2017 MABA Team of the Year Contest. The standings will update weekly as results are posted to MABA-approved sanctioning bodies. A link to the standings will be provided through the MABA website at www.mabbqa.com.

    As a MABA member, you’ll be able to subscribe to BBQData.com for 10% off of the standard subscription price of $25. ($22.50 for MABA members.) Enter the code MABA2017 when you sign up. If you are already a BBQData.com subscriber and paid full price, you will be given a refund.

    BBQData.com features include–

    · View a synopsis for your team of the current year and prior years: The top ten scores, team averages and the number of contests by year.

    · View scoring details for each meat category (Chicken, Ribs, Pork and Brisket) and the Overall score.

    · See a summary of teams’ results. This is a quick way to get an overview of each team’s BBQ career.

    · Get a snapshot of estimated points standings.

    Several teams in the MABA area have been beta-testing BBQData.com for a few months, and find the service invaluable. Statistics update as soon as the contest results are posted by MABA-approved sanctioning bodies.

    In addition, BBQData.com is always adding different features and benefits to the system.

  2. The New MABBQA.COM

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    One of the things that we’ve all heard throughout the years, and I’ve probably said myself a 100 times, is that the old MABA website is terribly outdated and extremely hard to navigate.

    Well, those times have passed.

    MABBQA.com has recently been updated.  The user experience is streamlined, includes a blog, and is much easier to navigate.  We’ve also implemented a new membership database solution which should make it easier to keep your information up-to-date.

    MABA new website homepage image

    A huge shout out to everyone on the MABA Board  who made this happen, but in particular, Megan Ferguson, who spearheaded the new website project and put in a lot of hours.  If you see Meg, be sure to give her a pat on the back for a job well done!

    Keep on Smokin’,


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    MABA President Luke Darnell