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Also note that your competition scores will definately be effected by your PC efforts. Unless you have a second large capacity smoker for just your PC efforts and staff to operate it. PC takes time and people and has the ability to cover a lot of your costs. It is also very rewarding emotionally to help out the charities. I have a single large capacity smoker, that allows me to produce a lot of PC, It also takes a lot of "Crew" to do larger quantity and more space to give ample room to do the job.
We used to PC every event, now we are selective on where we PC. If I can break even and help out, I gladly will PC.
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It's a fine line, on one day events like last week in Vista, we cooked 6 brisket and 6 butts plus 16 racks of ribs and 50 rib tips. The butts and brisket were manageable but the ribs take a whole lot of managing with the wrapping, saucing and cutting and took me away from my comps in ribs and chicken. But we sold out and helped raise a lot of money for Dale, that makes me proud. However it killed my comp scores.
I have not been able to balance comp and pc and maximize both, it's one or the other.
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