Six Secrets to Hosting the Ultimate RV Tailgate Party

Just in time for football tailgating season, Goss RV Motorhome Rentals has released its six secrets to hosting “Ultimate College and NFL Tailgate Parties.”

GossRV.com is the largest Luxury Motorhome and RV renter for Tailgating in the nation. We’ve helped ESPN with Monday Night Football along with countless companies and individuals to have ultimate football tailgates,” says Ken Goss.

Ultimate Football Luxury RV Tailgate Party Success Tips

1. Do a little planning upfront to ensure event success


Anyone planning a tailgate party should contact the stadium to see if they need to reserve a specific space. Review the venue’s rules and requirements.

2. Think food first


While some people choose a catered tailgate paired with complete coach set up and delivery services, others prefer to take advantage of the fact that they’ve brought an entire kitchen with them, and plan their party menu accordingly. For fans of home cooking, FoodNetwork.com offers 100 fumble proof tailgate recipes including Paula Dean’s football favorites. Southern Living and GoRVing.com have good food tips, too.

3. Set the time and send invitations


Set up should be completed about three hours prior to game time with the meal over and packed up by about 45 minutes before game time. This will allow enough time to walk to the stadium entrance, clear security and get to your seats.

4. Be findable


Leverage technologies (GPS, TXT, Social Media) to help friends quickly locate your tailgate party in an ocean of celebrations.

5. After party options


There are many advantages to bringing your luxury coach to the game; among them is the fact that the party doesn’t have to end when the game does. While other fans fight to exit the crowded parking lot, you can pop a snack in the microwave, watch the post game shows and catch up on the day’s scores.

6. Be a clean up fan


Everyone should chip in to pick up and stash all trash. This will help to ensure that no-one gets fined and display really impressive sportsmanship.

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