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Merl
09-09-2009, 09:50 PM
The following motion was made by Steve Ownby and seconded by Merl Whitebook

"The KCBS Board is hereby requested by Myron Mixon of Jack's Old South competition cooking team, whom upon discovering an inadvertent error in registering for two contests on the same date, under the same name, and to further the Spirit of BBQ competition and the Creed of KCBS that the results of each contest be modified to award the Reserve Grand Champion in each case the Grand Championship, and all other places be corrected accordingly. Jack's Old South wants to do do what is right and honorable thing.
Myron Mixon stated he made a mistake in filling out his applications and he is sorry for that. Jack's Old South was meeting an obligation and promise he made to a friend and organizer of the Myrtle Beach, SC contest several months ago. After that the TLC BBQ Reality Show came along and it was a fast paced deal. Myron Mixon never intended to get or want points from two contests. The KCBS Board stated Myron Mixon has never done anything but promote BBQ and KCBS and other BBQ events. Myron Mixon and Jack's Old South is a team of integrity that loves BBQ and the competition and will compete by the rules of any organization and abide by those rules. Vote:
11 yes, 0 no, 0 abstentions

BBQ_Mayor
09-10-2009, 07:29 AM
It is honorable for Myron Mixon to request the modification in the awards. That’s a stand up person for doing something like that.
So it sounds like he cooked in 2 contests the same weekend with the same name? Regardless of when he signed up he still knew he was cooking 2 comps with the same name and is a violation of the rules win or not.

toys4dlr
09-10-2009, 11:05 AM
It is a very standup thing to do, when you think it cost him about 12,000 in award money just from Mesquite.

Big George's BBQ
09-10-2009, 11:18 AM
That is a very stand up guy with a lot of integrety

Plowboy
09-10-2009, 12:26 PM
Purty classy.

Bigmofo300lbs
09-13-2009, 09:01 PM
Always better to admit and ask for mercy than the alternative. Not bad at all.