What does it mean for a cookoff to be sanctioned by the Steak Cookoff Association?
What categories can be judged by SCA?
Is there a certain payout that needs to be guaranteed by the cookoff?
Do I have to attend a sanctioned contest before I can get my contest sanctioned?
As a promoter, how does sanctioning an event benefit us?
What does SCA Provide a Sanctioned Cookoff?
SCA Offers two types of sanctioned events:
1. Sanctioned Friday night “Steak Jackpot” events
2. Sanctioned Full Steak Cookoffs
Sanctioned Friday night “Steak Jackpot” event
For the organizer that wants a sanctioned Friday night steak component at their Cookoff, we offer the Friday night “Steak Jackpot” sanctioning level. These events are held in conjunction with a BBQ cookoff. We do not sanction the BBQ cookoff, just the “Jackpot Steak”, and steak score will not be part of BBQ events scoring. A minimum guaranteed pay out with incremental increases is suggested. The SCA will perform the following for your event:
Full Steak Cookoff Event
For the organizer that wants to sanction their Full Steak Cookoff, we offer the Full Steak Cookoff sanctioning level. These events are a full steak cookoff and include an appetizer contest also. These events are generally all day events and are most times in conjunction with a festival or fundraiser. The SCA will perform the following for your event:
SCA Sanctioning Fees:
Extra Ancillary Options:
The SCA Representatives Expenses:
Balance of SCA fees and SCA Representative reimbursements are due at the end of the contest day. Any reimbursements due to the SCA Representative should be paid directly to them.
*In the event of cancellation either by the contest organizer, all previously paid expenses shall be non-refundable. The contest organizer will also reimburse the SCA Representative(s) any prepaid expenses incurred by them which cannot be recouped.
SCA right to merchandise and promote sponsors:
SCA reserves the right to display, promote and sell, SCA products and services and that of its national sponsors at SCA sanctioned contests. Organizer agrees to provide a space in a highly accessible area, either in the cook area or near the judging area, where SCA may place its official merchandising tent and promote, display and sell SCA products and that of its national sponsor. The Organizer agrees to provide free of charge a space up to 20x20 for this purpose.