The 39th Annual Rentech Chili Super Bowl | Labor Day Weekend 2020
Buffalo Gap, Texas
After meeting on July 23rd the Chili Bowl Committee decided to postpone the 39th Annual Chili Superbowl and Cookoff benefiting the Ben Richey Boys Ranch and Family Program…We are saddened to have to do this because we have been doing this over 38 years dealing with heat, rain, hurricanes, etc….but due to the things happening in this society right now with Covid-19 we think its in the best interest…
This event is one of the largest fundraisers for the ranch…we want to thank the continuous sponsors over the years, so what we are asking is if there is anyway you could help out with a donation to the ranch would be greatly appreciated…We look forward to seeing everyone in 2021…
Po box 1552
Abilene, TX 79604
Thankyou….The Chili Superbowl Committee
In 1982 several Abilene business men became aware of the need that existed at the Abilene Boys Ranch. Since most of these “Good Ole Boys” were chili cookers, it was decided that the way to raise money would be to have a chili cook off. The Chili Super Bowl was born.
Amazing transformations have happened at the Ranch since the beginning of the cook off. The Boys Ranch has since been renamed Ben Richey Boys Ranch in memory of its founder. The Ranch has grown to be able to house 34 young men who attend local school, churches and are active in the community.
Through generous contributions, a new cottage was built in Albany in 2005. The boys attending school in this small community did well in school and were active in many sports. In 2006 the Greathouse cottage was built in Abilene and in 2009 a cottage for single women and their children was opened. The Ben Richey Boys Ranch Family Program exists to restore single mothers and their children with hope, comfort and shelter while they locate the resources they need to move toward successful independent living.
The Directors and Volunteers are proud to help the Ranch by sponsoring the Chili Super Bowl annually on Labor Day weekend in beautiful Buffalo Gap. Hundreds of chili, brisket, chicken, beans and rib cooking teams from all over the state come to compete for prize monies in excess of $7500. All cash prize money is donated by local merchants.
There are food booths and homemade chili cooked by the Taylor County Sheriff’s Officers Association in the World’s Largest Chili Pot sponsored by H-E-B.
Also there are games for the young and old at the Kid’s Place. Cooking teams performing skits (competing for showmanship awards), and Saturday and Sunday live auctions.
We are proud to say the Chili Super Bowl has been able to donate over $2 million dollars to the Ben Richey Boys Ranch and Family Program.
If you are interested in being a vendor, volunteer or sponsor or need information about the Chili Super Bowl Cook-off please give us a call at: (325)675-8412 or email us at email@example.com. You can also find out more on the Chili Super Bowl Facebook page.