FAQ

Q: What’s Included?

A: Your registration fee includes hotel, specific meals, tours, tastings, and select transportation. For BBQAMP 001 in Dallas-Fort Worth, your registration includes a Texas-sized hunk of stuff:

  • Three nights deluxe hotel accommodations

  • Opening reception with open bar and appetizers

  • Private dinner at the Pecan Lodge with beer and wine and a smokehouse tour

  • Four hour BBQ class with Matt Pittman of Meat Church (includes transportation)

  • Group dinner and music at The Rustic with open bar (includes transportation)

  • BBQ and sightseeing tour of Fort Worth, with BBQ tastings (includes transportation)

  • Tour of Firestone & Robertson Whiskey Ranch with whiskey tasting (includes transportation)

Please note that airfare to BBQAMP is not included, and transportation to/from the airport is not included either.


Q: What If I need To Cancel?

A: We have a refund grace period:

  • Within five days of registration: registration is 100% refundable

  • After five days of registration: registration is non-refundable

Transfers: In lieu of canceling, you can transfer your ticket to someone else. Email us at info@bbqamp.com with the details.

Credits: We unfortunately do not offer registration credit to future BBQAMPs if you can’t make it to the event you registered for.


Q: How Many BBQAMPs Are There?

A: We’re piloting our first one, BBQAMP 001 in Dallas-Fort Worth in March 2019. But, the plan is for up to four camps a year, focusing in different regions of the United States (think Carolinas, Midwest, California, Florida). We do have a plan for some international camps as well.


Q: Does BBQAMP Have a Code of Conduct?

A: Why yes, yes we do. And we take it very seriously. You are coming to BBQAMP to enjoy the company of others, share your passion, learn some new techniques, sample great food and drink, and most importantly, relax. We recognize that BBQAMP events are fun and social, but we do expect certain standards of behavior. In that spirit, we have a Code of Conduct we expect our attendees to adhere to:

BBQAMP is dedicated to providing an open, friendly, and comfortable experience for everyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. Any form of harassment is not, and never will be, tolerated. Anyone violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled (without a refund) at the discretion of BBQAMP.

So what constitutes harassment?

Harassment includes offensive verbal comments related to gender, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of any part of the event, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention. Attendees asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately.

We expect members and participants to follow these rules at both online and in-person at Bureau events.

Alcohol

Alcohol is available at BBQAMP events, and is sometimes part of the experience. Our expectation is that attendees will moderate their alcohol consumption. Wherever alcohol is offered, non-alcoholic options will be readily available. BBQAMP attendees who choose to consume alcoholic beverages are expected to do so responsibly and in consideration of the consequences to themselves and others. Every individual is expected to recognize the potential for alcohol abuse whenever alcohol is consumed. Any attendee who infringes upon the rights of others, who conduct themselves in a disorderly manner, or who damages or destroys property shall be regarded as irresponsible in their decisions, accountable for their actions, and may be sanctioned, expelled, and/or subject to criminal action.

Questions? Need assistance?

If you ever have any questions about this code, email us at info@bbqamp.com

If you notice someone is being harassed or have any other concerns, please contact a member of the BBQAMP team immediately.

This Code of Conduct was forked from the example policy from the Geek Feminism wiki, created by the Ada Initiative and other volunteers under a Creative Commons Zero license.


Have Other Questions?

We certainly haven’t thought of everything yet. That’s where you come in. If you have a question you think we should include to this list of frequently asked questions, just let us know and we’ll add to it.