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Char-broil and Oklahoma Joes Custom MONARCHREACH

Char-broil and Oklahoma Joes Custom MONARCHREACH


A Custom Pop-Up Tent For Product Demos On The Lowe’s Tour


Barbecue restaurants and food trucks have long relied on TentCraft for heavy-duty, custom tents to keep themselves out of the sun when grilling up meals at events. So, what do manufactures of those grills need when they’re on the road showcasing their latest products?

Those same heavy-duty pop-up tents, but with an awesome-looking custom bump-out to accommodate space for the grills!

Char-broil and Oklahoma Joes teamed up with TentCraft to create the ultimate grilling setup for the Char-Broil and Oklahoma Joe’s Smokers Lowe’s Tour. To make sure their setup really stood out on tour, the brands chose a unique canopy design with an inviting back-wall graphic, and then created a custom bump-out that extended the overall footprint of the tent by about 50 square feet.

That bump out allowed a grill or smoker to be enclosed in the tent, but with no canopy above it for better ventilation. Typically, barbecue clients place their grilling equipment outside of the tent for ventilation purposes.

The brands created this setup using a 10x10 MONARCHREACH. The pagoda-style canopy offers 18 inches of extra shade on all four sides, which is handy for pit bosses who need to step over to the grill. The extra reach of the canopy still shades them while working on the grill.

A Custom Pop-Up Tent For Product Demos On The Lowe’s Tour


Barbecue restaurants and food trucks have long relied on TentCraft for heavy-duty, custom tents to keep themselves out of the sun when grilling up meals at events. So, what do manufactures of those grills need when they’re on the road showcasing their latest products?

Those same heavy-duty pop-up tents, but with an awesome-looking custom bump-out to accommodate space for the grills!

Char-broil and Oklahoma Joes teamed up with TentCraft to create the ultimate grilling setup for the Char-Broil and Oklahoma Joe’s Smokers Lowe’s Tour. To make sure their setup really stood out on tour, the brands chose a unique canopy design with an inviting back-wall graphic, and then created a custom bump-out that extended the overall footprint of the tent by about 50 square feet.

That bump out allowed a grill or smoker to be enclosed in the tent, but with no canopy above it for better ventilation. Typically, barbecue clients place their grilling equipment outside of the tent for ventilation purposes.

The brands created this setup using a 10x10 MONARCHREACH. The pagoda-style canopy offers 18 inches of extra shade on all four sides, which is handy for pit bosses who need to step over to the grill. The extra reach of the canopy still shades them while working on the grill.

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