Curley’s Q BBQ Food Truck, voted Best BBQ Food Truck in 2014, has paired up with Rasmus Auctions to offer a fully catered BBQ Meal for 30 on Superbowl Sunday to benefit Bethesda Cares, a community outreach program for the homeless. 

Curley Volunteering with Bethesda Cares
Curley Volunteering with Bethesda Cares
This experience is being sold at online benefit auction. To bid just go to or click here. The online auction ends on Monday, January 26th.

The highest bidder will get Curley’s Q BBQ Food Truck at the location of their choosing for one hour on Superbowl Sunday (or another date of their choosing that the food truck is available) serving up each of your 30 guests their choice of Curley’s award winning brisket, pulled pork, jerk chicken, or gaucho chicken served with slaw, crab scampi mac and cheese and two ribs, all sauces and paper goods are included.

Curley volunteers personally with Bethesda Cares and it is a cause close to his heart. Bethesda Cares is a non-profit group helping the homeless and people in need in the Bethesda area. The cold winter months are a critical time for the homeless as food, shelter and other items are in dire need. Curley’s Q BBQ Owner David (Curley) Cornblatt said,
 “The work they (Bethesda Cares) do from receiving mail for the homeless to finding housing is remarkable. The homeless and people in need are also remarkable, just going through rough times.”