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And not sure on the cost of the Joetisserie, but there was a comment recently by someone getting the demo deal who was bummed out that the Joetisserie's were sold out when they went back to pick up the demo's.  So if you get the demo deal, considering getting the Joetisserie and any accessories you want right then as well.  

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Does the show ever make it to Delaware, Vermont or some other North-eastern state?

I would actually drive from Canada to the US to get a big joe down there! 

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30 minutes ago, FrancisK7 said:

Does the show ever make it to Delaware, Vermont or some other North-eastern state?

I would actually drive from Canada to the US to get a big joe down there! 

 

I bought mine in Delaware. I am guessing it is not considered "grilling season" right now because "Northeast" is not even a category right now. I am looking forward to the 2019 visit for charcoal.

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1 hour ago, gotzero said:

 

I bought mine in Delaware. I am guessing it is not considered "grilling season" right now because "Northeast" is not even a category right now. I am looking forward to the 2019 visit for charcoal.

Same here.  Christiana store? I live about 1 mile away from the Concordville, PA store.  We're about 10 minutes from the DE border.

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On 1/19/2019 at 3:24 PM, FrancisK7 said:

Does the show ever make it to Delaware, Vermont or some other North-eastern state?

I would actually drive from Canada to the US to get a big joe down there! 

 

I know they have them in PA, MA, and NH

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37 minutes ago, FrancisK7 said:

NH would be perfect. Its a 2-3h drive for me and no tax in NH :D

 

I was wondering why you were looking at DE... No tax makes sense. I did not know Kamado Joe make visits to my store because the schedule is sometimes only posted a few weeks before. Now I know to look once a month or so. Based on the schedule, it looks like they stick to places where it is nice to be outside at the time of the roadshow. Last year the DE visit was in April.

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1 minute ago, Bgosnell151 said:

I know they’ve been to Nashua NH several times.

 

Fantastic, I will keep an eye out!

 

Never been to Boston, a nice week-end there with the wife ending with a Costco trip so I can bring back a big joe home sounds like the perfect week end. 

 

I was told the show deal for the floor model with free junior no longer exists though? Very sad. 

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1 hour ago, FrancisK7 said:

 

Fantastic, I will keep an eye out!

 

Never been to Boston, a nice week-end there with the wife ending with a Costco trip so I can bring back a big joe home sounds like the perfect week end. 

 

I was told the show deal for the floor model with free junior no longer exists though? Very sad. 

That is sad.

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