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Dan Henry explains how to select the place for your tailgate party.
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Dan Henry: Hi! I am Dan from The Tailgating Pros. Right now, we are going to talk about how to select your site. Here is another nice tool you can get over the Internet.
This is a list of every stadium in the country, and what time the lots open, and where you can tailgate. You can't just show up at a stadium, I think you can tailgate any place you want. They have certain lots for tailgating. So, you don't want to setup your party and then have somebody come and tell you, you've got to go.
Another thing you want to do is, you want to make sure that you are not setting up your site, it's some guy's site that's been tailgating for 25 years, that could get ugly. So ask around, ask some people, hey, is there anybody tailgate? You don't want to step on anybody's toes, especially, if you are in a way stadium. So look into that.
Another great idea is, make sure you can see the stadium, like you can look up after, have fruit beers and say, Ah! Look at that, that's where we are going. That's where we are going to go kill the other guys. You also want to be near an exit. You don't want to be stuck in apart, unless you are a real tailgater, and then just stay there all night.
Another thing you want to do is get in a well-lit area. Sometimes when you come out of the stadium, it's going to be night time, it's going to be dark, park under some lights.
Another great thing that most major stadiums have now are porta-potties in the parking lot. That wasn't always the case. We all know what happened 10-15 years ago, maybe that's why they put them out there.
So you want to get close to a porta-potty. Not too close, but close enough that you can use it and it doesn't ruin your party, and that's how you select your sites.