Catering BBQ Grill Rental Form - Twin Rivers Unified School District

Catering BBQ Grill Rental Form - Twin Rivers Unified School District
Nutrition Services Department
Portable Barbecue Rental Procedure and Agreement
Âs a service to all Twin Rivers Unified School District School Sites and Employees, the
Nutrition Services Department has available, for a minimal rental fee of $100, a portable
gas grill with a 40 gallon capacity propane tank. This unit is a 60” transportable
stainless steel grill with 6” caster wheels, ideal for any school or family function such as
picnics, class fundraisers, grad parties, family picnics, birthdays, and sporting events.
We have extended the rental use of this unit to all school sites and district
employees on a reserved basis. As a courtesy to our district we will deliver the unit to
the individual school site prior to their scheduled event; however, district employees
who schedule a rental will be responsible for the pick up and return of the unit.
Some of the specifics of the unit include:
o Mobile outdoor gas grill
o (2) 40 Ib. horizontal propane tanks
o Aluminized steel construction
o Cooking surface measures- 60" x 24"
o Heavy duty chrome top grid
o 8" front service shelf
о 6" heavy duty casters
o Separate burner control every 7"
o 8 burners total 160,000 BTU
o Regulator and hose included
o Removable tank cart system
Return to: Michelle Richards
Twin Rivers Unified School District
Nutrition Services
3222 Winona Way
N. Highlands, CA 95660
Ph: 916.566.1600 Fax: 916.286.3884
Portable Grill Rental Application
First and Last Name
School Name (If applicable)
Description of Event
Phone Number Mobile Number
Mailing Address
Number of People Expected to Attend Budget Code or Type of Payment in Advance
Any special needs, concerns or comments please list below:
The renter of the portable grill shall keep and maintain the unit in a clean and sanitary condition at all times, and will
return the unit in the same condition. (The renter of the portable grill will be supplied all operating and cleaning
instructions and will follow each to the best of their ability.)
It is the responsibility of the individual renting the unit for any personal injury or property damage incurred while in
their possession, and they shall reimburse Nutrition Services for any loss or liability incurred in connection with the
renter’s use of the unit and equipment. This includes, but is not limited to, all costs to have unit cleaned and/or
repaired if needed.
We, the undersigned, agree to this Rental Agreement:
How to Clean TRUSD BBQ Grill
YES, BBQ grills get dirty and need cleaning - especially after you've made some yummy
barbeque recipes.
Here's How:
Remove cooking grates and set them in bus tub and warm soapy water.
Fill a small bucket with warm soapy water.
Remove metal flame shield to expose burner.
Using the brush provided clean out residue from around burner, careful to
make sure the burner is in place when you are done.
Using the stiff wire brush and soapy water to gently scrub the inside
surfaces of the grill.
Remove any particles from grill and reassemble.
Wash metal flame shield in warm soapy water.
Remove cooking grates from water and brush clean with the wire brush.
. Coat inside surfaces and cooking grates with cooking oil spray.
10. Put grates back on grill
11. Allow the whole grill to air dry.
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*All cleaning materials will provided
Medium Duty Nylon Cleaning Pads
X-Large Gloves
Rubber Latex Gloves
Food Grade Grease
Palmolive Soap
Gas Match Butane Lintier
2 Wire Brush’s with Scraper
1 full Size Bus tub
1 Kleen—Pail
1 First Aid Kit
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