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Costco Kamado Joe Roadshow - Santa Maria, CA 3/18 - 3/26


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Grillings Everyone,

 

Kamado Joe Grills will be at Costco Wholesale in the city of Santa Maria, CA from Friday March 18

through Saturday March 26 with the 24" Big Joe, the 18" Classic Joe and the 13.5" Joe Jr. These grills come complete

with a Sturdy Cart with locking caster wheels, Shelves, the Divide & Conquer Grille, grille accessories and a cover. (No cover for the 13.5" Joe Jr.)

 

You can also pick up Kamado Joe Lump Charcoal at a great price.

 

Don't miss the opportunity to get these models at rock-bottom wholesale prices with a Kamado Joe Manufacture Warranty from trusted Costco Wholesale.
 

 

*** VERY IMPORTANT!!! ***
***You will need a Costco Wholesale Membership to purchase these grills.***

 

 

Contact David at 818-863-6197
 

Or just come out to:
Costco Wholesale
1335 S Bradley Rd
Santa Maria, CA 93454
(805) 928-8459

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