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    Quote Originally Posted by dmfdavid View Post
    Don't give up Tailgating because if challenges getting the crew together. There are a number if existing groups that you can pair up/set up next to. Makes it easier to get going.

    Our group is actually 3 different groups that just always set up next to each other. We share the load and coordinate some of the food and such. All pitching in to help setup and teardown.

    If not at least be sure to wander the lots.


    Good luck with whatever you decide.

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    Couldn't agree more. Tailgating is work. A lot of work. But it's a great time and a full days worth of fun. Getting your group to coordinate will be tough first few games until everyone gets settled in and knows their role. After that, it's like riding a bike.

    If you're still running into issues and would like the tailgate experience, you have an open invite to hang out with us and be part of the team. Just ask for Rick. We have beer/food and a stupid amount of Jell-O shots. Good times will be had!

    Good luck!

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    You are more than welcome to come hang out with the Proud Peckers! Our tailgate is a complete team effort between 14 guys and their significant others. Bring some of your group, they'll catch the fever!

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    Have a question for those who tailgate with a trailer.

    At what length of trailer will they force you to buy a second parking pass? I was wanting to get a little trailer to haul tailgate equipment but do not necessarily want to have to get another parking pass.

    The trailer is not a necessity for us, I just want a new toy lol.

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    For a single spot you are basically limited to 20 feet. There are lines in the drive part of the done lots. You cannot put anything inside these lines. As a general rule if you have a trailer id plan on at least 2 parking passes. Otherwise you won't have any place to setup seating or tents

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    Thanks for the advice! We usually set up in Lot C along Cherry street and use the grassy area. I think I will probably hold off on the trailer for the time being.

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