Gearing up for the football season is a big deal to most men on the North American continent. So why not organize a "Pre Season Tail Gate Party" for all your friends and family. Sunday football is the most sacred day of the week for most red blooded American men.
The "NFL Tail Gate Party" is one of those coming of age things that all men experience in their lifetime, a surreal mix of adrenaline, beer, BBQ and the swapping of football stories and experiences.
To put together this "Sacred Event" we have listed the must haves for any football tailgate.
Listen to the sizzling of those hearty burgers and brats on your Weber Ranch Kettle. This baby will hold enough meat to feed a small army!
No tailgate party would be complete without a cooler full of ice cold beer. Depending on whether you are in Canada (Coors Light) or the United States (Budweiser) the choice is "clear'.
No self respecting tailgater would come without their folding Deluxe Camping Chair with Ice and Drink Holder. This way you won't loose sight of your cold brew.
The Coleman company has developed the versatile stow away folding tailgate table. Quick and easy set up provides a place to serve all your tailgating goodies.
Don't forget about your football pool, have your board ready the day before so everyone gets a chance to bet on the NFL before the game begins.
Last but absolutely the most important part of your tailgate party is your 50" high definition television.
Half Time Games
Half time is a good time to introduce your NFL football trivia contest complete with prizes. Pick up a few complimentary goodies as give a ways.
Tailgating is the best way to spend a football Sunday with your pals so don't be afraid to repeat this process every Sunday from Sept - Jan!
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