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If you're like me, you don't go with the first
product you see or hear about. You do your research. Due diligence.
Investigation. When my wife and I decided a few years ago that we would like to
start pricing aftermarket BGE grill grates, we put together a master plan.
This plan involved plenty of online research,
talking with friends, family, neighbors, our financial advisor, our accountant,
our attorney, our ecclesiastical leader, we also read thousands of online
reviews. We even went to a couples retreat that involved hands-on use of searing
grates in the real-world setting.
After 2 solid years of research, we finally
decided on Mangrates.
My wife and I attended the required training
seminar organized by @boomer. The experience was well worth the $15,000 fee because the classes prepare
you for the certification test given at the end of the retreat. My wife and I
are now licensed to practice “Mangrateing” in 5 states and select regions of
Canada and Mexico. We even have a permit to travel with Mangrates and (of
course) we each have a concealed Mangrate permit. (Although very difficult and
awkward to conceal).
If its not memorable, its not worth doing.