Lance Bublitz is the owner of Bedrock BBQ, which started as a backyard barbeque and went on to compete in 2009 at Loveland Loves BBQ, Bands and Brews, winning an award for its meat. It has been competing and judging in Kansas City Barbeque Society Sanctioned Events for the past decade and has been a part of the food truck scene in Northern Colorado for the past eight years.
What inspires you to keep coming back to the Fall Festival each year?
Bedrock BBQ is going on its fourth year vending at the Fall Festival at Harvest Farm. The Farm is a beautiful place, and we enjoy the fall-like atmosphere, all the fun things to do, and seeing all the happy families enjoying themselves. It also makes us feel good that we can help out the Farm by donating a portion of our sales to Denver Rescue Mission.
Why do you think Harvest Farm’s New Life Program is important to these men?
We have had some great conversations with the men at the Farm and their families. We feel that the New Life Program is a great way for these men to get their lives back on track. Many have had been in unfortunate situations or have taken a bad road in their lives, but going through the program helps them get back on track while being mentored by other men who have gone through similar experiences.
Why does Denver Rescue Mission and Harvest Farm matter to our community?
Denver Rescue Mission and Harvest Farm matter to our community by giving men who are in need of a change in their lives a place where they can get the help they need to turn around their outlook and path through life.