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Virco available in Costco's in NW Denver, Colorado

Posted by alek (My Page) on
Wed, May 22, 02 at 20:47

FYI FWIW: Happened to be in Superior, Colorado Costco this
evening, and noticed that had 5 of these monsters on the
floor for sale. BTW, by time I left 15 minutes later, the
number was down to 4 - someone had scooped one! ;-)

I talked to the customer service person, and they said
they got 6 in THAT day ... Westminster had 6, and Arvada
had none ... but some on order.

While I'm a happy Member's Mark owner - see:
http://www.komar.org/bbq
the Virco is a pretty nice grill ... so hopefully if
someone out there in Colorado is looking for a Virco,
there is an opportunity to pounce.

BTW, I've got some pictures/comments on the Virco here:
http://www.komar.org/bbq/virco
but am looking for a picture of a fully setup one plus a
shot with what I've heard is an awesome cover - I didn't
want to open one of the boxes to look at this ...

Happy Grilling,
alek


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RE: Virco available in Costco's in NW Denver, Colorado

That's nice of you Alek. I posted a fully assembled pic on the "Pictures of Virco Grill" thread you started. It was a scan of the pic off the box 'tho.


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RE: Virco available in Costco's in NW Denver, Colorado

FYI: Passed by Costco on the way home from work,
so could not resist poking my head in there.

All 6 in Superior, Colorado sold out withen 24 hours;
as did the 6 at the Westminster store ... and while
Arvada got 7, there was only 1 left.

Must be a popular item! ;-)
alek

P.S. I did pick up some salmon, mushrooms, and
Asian Ceaser dressing/marinade - wrap in foil,
throw on the grill, and yummy! ;-)


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RE: Virco available in Costco's in NW Denver, Colorado

Amazing!

I was at my store today and still all they have is the Kirkland.

Don't they have the best Salmon? We pick up one of those huge filets once a week. We marinate it in soy, fresh garlic/ginger, and a splash of balsamic vinegrette (I think that's all), cut it into serving sizes and grill it directly. So good. I'd never dream of doing that on my old grill and it's so nice to not have to smoke up my kitchen.


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