Crime Stoppers BBQ
Crime Stoppers 32nd Annual BBQ -January 19th, 2024.
Crime Stoppers is an non-profit organization of citizens against crime in Union County, NC.
Did you know….?
The Annual BBQ is the only fund-raiser Union County Crime Stoppers holds each year. The funds are used to provide cash rewards of up to $5,000 to individuals with information that leads to an arrest of someone responsible for a crime in Union County, North Carolina. The caller may remain anonymous when providing information. Cash rewards have resulted in persons being arrested for some of the most violent crimes in Union County.
Union County Crime Stoppers gets excited for its Annual BBQ. The 2024 BBQ will be held on Friday, January 19th, 2024. Drive-thru pick-up will begin at 8:00 am, and dine-in will open at 10:30 am to 5:00 pm at the Union County Agricultural Center.
Thank you to our presenting sponsor Hendrick Chevrolet Cadillac Monroe. Click here to see all our wonderful sponsors.
The event will kick off with Village Green performing.
A special thank you to the Unionville American Legion Post 535, Post Commander John Brewer, for sponsoring the Honor Guard and Miss Unionville.
A special thank you to the Union County Pageant Board, for sponsoring Miss Union County.
We will announced the 2024 Union County Crime Stoppers Law Enforcement Officer of the Year.
Thank you to the numerous volunteers and law enforcement officers who worked tirelessly to prepare for this event, to all who helped raise money for the Union County Crime Stoppers' one and only annual fundraiser. Proceeds help provide rewards towards anonymous tips given throughout the year that help to enable law enforcement to solve crimes in Union County.
A special treat again this year will be having the WBT Talk Radio booth setup and broadcasting live all day.
Special Guests this year included: Miss North Carolina, Taylor Loyd; Miss Union County, Ayden Horne; and Miss Unionville (to be announced).
Thank You to our Volunteers
Union County Crime Stoppers is a 501(c)3 organization operating solely by volunteers. There are no paid employees.
They began days ahead to make sure everything is purchased and set up ready to go the day of the barbeque. They came a day prior to begin preparing and setting up. On the morning of the event they showed up early to get everything ready to go out the door by lunch time. There were also teams of law enforcement officers delivering take-out meals to area businesses who couldn't come it to the Ag Center for lunch.
We couldn't do it without all the volunteers who worked tirelessly to make the event a success!
Thank you to all the people who helped prepare fantastic pork and turkey, and everything else.
Special thank you the Union County Sheriff's Office, Monroe Police Department, and many more community members who give time and energy making the Union County Crime Stoppers' BBQ the best!