There’s nothing like the smell of an Aussie outdoor cook-up, and now the Linville Progress Association is raising the stakes with their very own mobile BBQ donated by MIGAS Apprentices & Trainees.
Pictured: Brisbane Valley residents, Marg and Lawrie collected the BBQ trailer from MIGAS CEO, David Hoey, at the Brisbane head office.
Linville Progress Association President Gail Bawden said she was looking forward showing off the custom wrapped trailer in the Linville community.
“We are so very grateful to MIGAS for generously donating the BBQ trailer which I understand is valued at almost $15,000,” she said.
Linville is a gorgeous town in the Brisbane Valley that is alive with a mix of events and good old-fashioned hospitality.
“A piece of equipment like this will enable us to deliver even more local events for the township, develop our wonderful community spirit, and naturally raise much needed funds to enhance our town as an authentic tourist destination on the famous Rail Trail,” Ms Bawden said.
MIGAS CEO, David Hoey, was chuffed to hear that the fully refurbished BBQ trailer was heading to a good home and would be put to good use.
“For many years our team has travelled to schools and work sites to put on a sausage sizzle with the BBQ trailer in tow,” he said.
“It’s an awesome fit out complete with large built in cooler boxes, a multi-burner BBQ, a full gas bottle and a storage box full of all the BBQ cooking necessities. How good that it will continue to be a talking point and reason for the Linville community to meet up, make new friends, and draw new visitors to the town.
“As a not-for-profit organisation we are proud of finding different ways to give back to communities in which we are actively working to create jobs for traditional trades apprentices and trainees,” Mr Hoey said.