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2017 Chili Cook-Off

Feb 7, 2017

This year we had our 36th Annual Chili Cook-off on Saturday February 4, 2017 at the Grand Hotel Williston in Williston ND.

The Williston API has two fund raisers a year the chili cook-off and the golf tournament. We take those funds and give them back to the community. We will be using the funds from the chili cook-off and the upcoming API Golf Tournament to help pay off the Williston State College Endowments.  

The event was another spectacular event with Slamabama as our band. We had over 900 people attend and with the 25 chili cook-off team's people were able to try 25  different types of Chili.

We are proud of all of our teams, a special shout out goes to the following teams!

1 st Place - Calfrac
2nd Place - All in Oilfield Services
3rd Place - Cameron
4th Place - Weatherford
5th Place - E&M Services LLC
6th Place - JMAC

Other Awards:

Best Decorated Booth:
Distribution NOW

Fan Favorite:
Montana-Dakota Utilities 

Bakken Bread Winner: (raised the most money during the cook-off) 
Torscill

API Games Trophy:
Ray / Oasis

Most Valuable Team (MVT):
Liberty Oilfield Services
 
"We are so lucky to have the best oil and gas and energy related companies in the Bakken come together for a great cause and help raise money for the Williston Basin Chapter of API. 
They have exceeded our expectations on decorations, themes, costumes, imagination, the willingness to raise money for us, and of course the GREAT Chili. We are blessed to have these teams as a part of our family."

Ken Callahan

Ken Callahan, President
Williston Basin Chapter API
2017 Chili Cook-Off
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