It’s never too late to donate to Meat Fight

Meat Fight raised more money than ever this year, which is a trend.

The barbecue competition, which draws the likes of barbecue dignitary Aaron Franklin of Franklin Barbecue in Austin as VIP guest judges, is a fundraiser for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society: “Our mission is to make the lives of those living with MS brighter, and ultimately, to find a cure for MS.”

The event has grown every year since its humble beginnings in the Dallas backyard of its founder, Alice Laussade.

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If you missed Meat Fight this year, then start making a strategy to get your hands on some tickets next year, but it’s not too late to donate.

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