I posted this last year, and got quite a response. It’s that time again: How popular is tailgating at high school football games, and who has the best food? I’ve seen more of it this year than ever before. Bishop Amat throws the biggest party, but Glendora throws a mean party too. Charter Oak had a small thing going on Friday, which is similar to what I’ve seen at other schools. Is this a growing trend? If they’re tailgating at your school, tell us about it. And if you want to invite your favorite sportswriters, go ahead.
….Hey, I’m not biased. I might be a Bruins fan, but ‘SC fans are welcome here too
Continue reading, I got an email from a reader wanting to push his environmentally-friendly flames …
It is football season again, and that means Tailgating! What began as a few sandwiches and beers before a game has launched itself into an American sports tradition. Drop the tailgates, set the grills ablaze, and stick to your pre-game rituals – or maybe its time to try something new.
Winlow Products would like to introduce Funky Colored Flames to all of the tailgaters out there. Light up your campfire, drop a packet or two onto a well-established fire, and start your own pre-game show. Made of food-grade salts and sulphates, Funky Colored Flames are non-toxic and environmentally friendly, and offer a brilliant display of blues, greens, and purples to make your next tailgate party the best one ever..
Funky Colored Flames are available at WalMart, Target, and Camping Worlds across the country and retail for $4.99/box of 3 packets. Are you interested in a sample of Funky Colored Flames?