Truckee RibFest a success |

Truckee RibFest a success

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Hungry dads and their families celebrated Fatherand#8217;s Day with delicious ribs brought to Truckee by local chefs.

The second annual Truckee RibFest held at Citizens Bank Plaza and presented by Switchback PR + Marketing included JAX, Smokeyand#8217;s, Men Welding Fire, Char Pit and the Resort at Squaw Creek Six Peaks Grille competing for the best barbecued ribs. The event drew approximately 500 attendees. After tallying up the votes, the Resort at Squaw Creek Six Peaks Grille was selected for the Peopleand#8217;s Choice award, with Char Pit coming in a close second. The judges chose Six Peaks Grilleand#8217;s ribs for first place, JAX came in second and Men Welding Fire placed third. This is the second year Six Peaks Grille has won both awards.

Besides eating some mouth-watering ribs and delicious side dishes, a beer garden, bounce houses, live music from The Deckheads, face painting, and movement activities by Inner Rhythms created a fun and festive event. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to this yearand#8217;s event nonprofit beneficiary, the Truckee High School Boosters Club.

For more information visit, and remember to attend Truckee RibFest on Fatherand#8217;s Day next year.

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