WARRENDALE, Pa., Jan. 30 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following newsadvisory was issued today by the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association(PAMA):
Chili Is a Staple of Any True Super Bowl Party.
But sometimes the stories behind the preparation of the chili are better than the food. Think of it as anecdotes winning over antacids.
We've got some great anecdotes of what happens when a bunch of aviation maintenance professionals get together for an annual chili cook-off.
The recipes may not be the best (in fact, some of the contestants don't even make their own chili ... they buy it!!) but the stories are good. Give usa call and we can talk chili prep!
The Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) promotes a highdegree of professionalism among aviation maintenance personnel; fosters and improves methods, skills, learning, and achievement in the field of aviation maintenance; conducts national, state, and local meetings and seminars;recognizes achievement in our field; publishes, distributes, and disseminates news, technical bulletins, journals and other appropriate publications dealing with the trade of aviation maintenance; collaborates with other organizations in aviation; and addresses queries of governmental agencies pertaining to maintenance rules and guidelines.
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