Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Schultz and Summers Engineering Turns Up the Heat

The Hottest place in town Thursday night
was the Cajun
Shrimp Boil hosted by SSE
and Branson Creek Properties

BRANSON- Even though the temperatures have cooled down, things were hot and spicy at the Cajun Shrimp Boil hosted by Schultz and Summers Engineering Thursday night.  Over 350 business and community leaders attended the festivities.  Janet Akers of Corporate Business Systems said, “What a great party!!  The food was outstanding and the whole night was fun!!  I haven’t seen a crowd like that for a business event in quite some time.”

Owner Stan Schultz said, “This was our best Boil so far.  The music, food and crowd all made for a fun night.  We love working in Branson and it was nice to see so many community leaders and customers having a good time at our annual Cajun Boil.”

Pictured: Bob Summers & Stan Schultz

The festivities started at 5:00 pm with several people already waiting for the first batch of shrimp to finish cooking.  “I was raised in Louisiana and it was a real treat to get some Cajun food here in Branson.  I had a wonderful time visiting with everyone who came and the food was outstanding,” added Jami Anderson owner of Kajun Kleaning.

McMillin Homes hosted the event at their Branson Creek Properties location and Communities Relations Director Shelia Walker said, “We had a wonderful time hosting the SSE Cajun shrimp boil.  The pool house at our Fieldstone Estates worked perfectly.  The food was outstanding and we were pleased that so many people were able to get a closer look at some of the homes here at Branson Creek Properties.”

This year Cedric Benoit and the Cajun Connection band had the crowd clapping their hands and stomping the feet to some fun Cajun tunes.  SSE event director Rodney Jetton added, “We are very thankful McMillin Homes offered to host our event this year.  Last year we held it at our office but we couldn’t handle a crowd this size.  Folks enjoy the music and food, which is why our boil gets bigger and better each year.”

They also gave away several door prizes including an 870 Remington shotgun and an Apple I-Pad.  Bill Houghton won the I-Pad and Marc King with Keller Williams Realty walked away with the shotgun.  Owner Bob Summers commented, “Seeing folks enjoy the food, music and fun made the whole party a success!  This was the biggest group I have ever cooked for and getting to say thanks to all our customers and friends was a blast.”

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