A Touchdown Tailgate

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A TOUCHDOWN TAILGATE:  DIY DUO SHARE TIPS ON THE ULTIMATE GAME DAY ENTERTAINING

With fall approaching, excitement for another football season continues to grow every day. Whether you’re a die-hard grid iron fan or prefer the food and fun from the sidelines, a successful tailgate is key to any memorable game day get-together. And while many love planning out meals, decorations and activities for their friends and family, the costs can easily add up and make hosting an intimidating feat. So how can fans plan a tailgate that stays on budget and impresses any crowd –home or away?

 

DIY and design experts Ben and Erin Napier are available for live, remote interviews from Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. From at-home game décor to grilled savory bites from the stadium, they can provide tips for pulling off a memorable tailgate that fits the bill for every fan on game day.

 

No matter where the location, smart planning is necessary for making a successful tailgate budget friendly. Ben and Erin can discuss cost-savvy ways to cook for a group, create a beautiful (and possibly on-the-go) outdoor space that doesn’t break the bank and how to make a grocery or project budget go even further.

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