Smokey Joe Travels America
Follow the story of two Weber Grill Smokey Joes traveling through Iconic American landscapes with the Grill Academy Experience Team on Instagram and Twitter. Its simple just search key word WEBERACADEMY!
So far Smokey has visited; the Lewis and Clark Trail, The Mitchell Corn Palace, Grand Ole Opry, Deadwood South Dakota, Martin Luther King Museum, Vidalia Onion Factory, Hilton Head Island, Augusta International Golf Course, and the Zen Garden.
Lewis and Clark Trail
Mitchell Corn Palace
Grand Ole Opry
Deadwood South Dakota
Martin Luther King Museum
Vidalia Onion Factory
Hilton Head Island
Augusta International Golf Course
On the West Coast Team we have Caleb and Kevin . So far Smokey and the boys have visited; St. Louis Gateway Arch, Mt. Rushmore, Seattle Space Needle, The Alamo, Texas A&M, University of Texas, and the Texas State Capitol.
St. Louis Gateway Arch
Seattle Space Needle
Texas A&M and University of Texas
Texas State Capitol
The Weber Smokey Joe is a small portable kettle grill that is an innovation from the 1952 Weber Kettle Grill invented by George Stephen. Back during the 50’s George loaded up his truck and visited mom and pop hardware stores to show everyone his creation and from there they say, “The rest is history.”
Flash forward to 2014 and we have the Smokey Joe traveling all throughout America, visiting many different places. The journey for Smokey and the Grill Academy Experience team has only just begun.