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Northwest Propane, 99.5 The Wolf Teaming Up May 14

Propane Promotional EventOur Aubrey TX propane gas and Pilot Point TX propane gas experts at Northwest Propane Gas Company are teaming up with radio station 99.5 The Wolf for a special promotional event on Saturday, May 14, at the Pilot Point TX propane store, located at 8620 U.S. Hwy 377.

During the hours of 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday, Northwest Propane will host an event to showcase all of our outdoor kitchen and entertainment equipment, including our grills, outdoor refrigerators, ice makers, built-in bars, outdoor gas fire pits and more. The event will feature several items on sale, and it also will feature drawings for grills, smokers, fryers and grilling tools also will occur during the hours.

Free hot dogs and grilling demonstrations will take place throughout the day. In addition, 99.5 The Wolf will broadcast live from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and will give away tickets to Wolf Dance Summer Concert.

Our Aubrey TX gas representatives at Northwest Propane are committed to providing superior service for all our customers by meeting their propane needs, ensuring satisfaction and exceeding expectations. Contact us today for more information on the Saturday propane promotional event. Call our Pilot Point TX propane company today, or visit us online for details.

Propane Grills vs. Charcoal Grills

Propane Grills vs. Charcoal GrillsIf you’re a fan of the TV cartoon King of the Hill, you know it’s a running joke that Hank Hill, who sells propane and propane accessories for a living, absolutely despises the use of charcoal grills. One of Hill’s favorite’s sayings is “Taste the meat, not the heat.”

As we all prepare for the spring and firing up our barbecue pits, our Dallas TX propane gas experts at Northwest Propane are hoping you are choosing propane grills over charcoal grills. From an operational standpoint, both have their advantages, but when it comes to cleanliness, propane’s odorless, colorless gas is a favorite compared to charcoal briquettes and ash that can be extremely messy and more difficult to clean after cooking.

From a taste perspective, charcoal tends to add a distinct smoky flavor, whereas propane offers more of a natural taste. Propane grills, in addition, are faster cookers, which gives them an edge in the convenience category.

Hank Hill doesn’t work for us, but we definitely endorse propane grills over charcoal grills as he would. Let our Dallas TX propane gas experts assist you with more comparisons and contrasts between propane grills and charcoal grills. For additional information, call our Dallas propane dealers today, or visit us online.