Are you ready for some football?! Hope you enjoyed watching Brian Westbrook share his thoughts on the upcoming season, and tips on how to make the most out of your tailgating from home party. Below you will find more information on everything Brian discussed and more!
First of all, decide the best place to host your gathering. Someplace creative and fun can really take your party to the next level. If you’re planning a backyard tailgate, consider setting up tents in the back yard. Have a pregame party outside near the grill so the host can cook and party with friends at the same time. Plan some games – touch football is great fun for pre-game entertainment. Don’t forget the kids! Setting up a table with face paint of game colors is a fun way to entertain kids and adults alike.
Here’s another idea…try a “mancave”! A pool or foosball table can really set the mood before the main event starts. Here’s where you can show off your high def television. These days giant TV’s really make fans feel like they’re on the sidelines.
No need for elaborate decorations. Turn the decorating over to the kids by providing a craft table with colored paper, glue, scissors and markers. Or, instead of a tablecloth, cover the food table with white or brown paper. Scatter markers on the table for guests to scribble cheers or words of encouragement for their favorite team.
Next, it’s time to decide on what food you will be serving.
Food is always the way to go, so make sure you have a nice spread on hand! Score a touchdown with subs, hot wings and/or pizza. Finger foods work well at football parties. Don’t forget about the snacks…try Jack Link’s Jerky! It’s the ultimate guilt free tailgating snack because it fills you up, not out. It’s low in fat, calories and carbs, making it a better snacking choice for any hungry football fan. Some fan favorite flavors include Teriyaki Beef Jerky or Flamin’ Buffalo Chicken Nuggets. It requires no refrigeration and because it is naturally packed with protein, you’ll feel satisfied and energized throughout the entire game. Visit www.JackLinks.com for even more information!
Make sure you have sufficient soft drinks and bottled waters. Ice the drinks down and place at strategic locations on the porch, patio or family room. A tailgating fan favorite is Coke Zero! This fall, Coke Zero is helping football fans truly live the game by giving away VIP game access, once-in-a-lifetime fan experience and thousands of sweet prizes to help fans enjoy everything about the sport. Beginning Sunday, August 28th, visit mycokerewards.com and enter to win tickets to a season-ending college rivalry game this fall!
If your party is going as planned, there’s bound to be some major clean-up before, during and after the game. It is a good idea to have a few rolls of Brawny® paper towels on hand. Georgia-Pacific, the manufacturer of Brawny Towels, makes a towel that’s great for tough cleaning challenges and it has increased strength when wet. It can also be a great aid for the game host to get surfaces clean quickly, so they can get back to the party and the game. Brawny Towels come in larger role size packs: “Big & Giant” roll items and new “Mega” roll size. Just check out The Brawny Man™ on Facebook and Twitter and look out for giveaways and product promotions this fall.
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