MoreTipsForYou.com has compiled some helpful Big Game Day party tips from Atlanta Falcons Fullback, 2011 Pro Bowler and devoted foodie Ovie Mughelli. After all, Ovie, was the one who started the NFC party during this year’s Pro Bowl by scoring the first touchdown of the game. Ovie will show you to party like a player… even with a budget in mind.
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First of all, Ovie says you need to stock up on essentials like plates, napkins and silverware. And what better place to stock up on decorations, dinnerware and even food than Dollar General? It’s a convenient one-stop shop for all your needs with low prices every day. Visit www.dollargeneral.com for more information.
Did you know the day of the Big Game is the second-largest day for food consumption after Thanksgiving? It’s the perfect time to impress your guests with a delicious game-day menu. Ovie has discovered that new Tostitos® Artisan Recipes™ tortilla chips are a great option if you want to take your game-day entertaining to the next level. Available in two flavors – Roasted Garlic & Black Bean and Fire-Roasted Chipotle – Tostitos Artisan Recipes tortilla chips are made with 100 percent natural ingredients, like real black beans, garlic and chipotle peppers baked in before cooking. They taste so good you can serve them straight from the bag! For more information, visit www.facebook.com/tostitos.
Rounding out the celebration, Ovie knows you’ve got to keep your party guests happy with plenty of beverages. He’s watching his calories since he’s now in the off-season, so he’s looking to drinks like Pepsi MAX to cap the celebration menu. He’ll be serving up this Game Day favorite in a new bold bottle, with zero calories and maximum taste, you can’t go wrong. Visit www.facebook.com/pepsimaxUSA for more information.
-Set up as many televisions as you have available around the party area.
-Have one room set aside without a television for partygoers who aren’t interested in the game and would like a quieter place to talk. You might also think about activities to keep them occupied while you’re watching the game.
-Likewise, set up one room with a television for serious football fans who don’t want to be distracted by idle chatter.
-If you feel compelled to decorate, think team colors, footballs, team jerseys, goal posts, and pennants. But don’t knock yourself out. Most eyes will be more impressed by the clear reception on your television.
These tips will make your Game Day celebration the best ever!