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Dan Henry explains how to pack supplies for your tailgate party.
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Dan Henry: Hi! I am Dan from The Tailgating Pros. Right now, we're going to talk about how to pack your supplies. Unless you're driving a tractor trailer, you've got limited space. So, space is at a premium.
Couple of tips for you. Instead of using bulky Tupperware containers, I've found that using freezer bags to pre-pack your stuff the day before, get everything all measured out, put it all in freezer bags; your raw meat, your vegetables, whatever you've got. Sunday morning, throw that stuff in a cooler, pack it in ice, and it's a lot safer than using Tupperware containers.
Now, here is another tip. Back in the day, these are the grills they had to use, an old grill with charcoal. Look at this. These days, you've got a grill that will attach to the back of your car, virtually takes up no space inside the car. So you have a whole lot more space there.
A couple of other items we have here. Relaxable chairs, these things fold up to next to nothing. You can fit three or four of them in your car. Canopies, that take up no space. That's a couple of tips for how to pack your supplies.