During the fall, football tailgating is a popular and fun pastime for friends and families. There’s no better way to tailgate than piling a big group of friends and fans into a party bus and heading for the stadium.
You can’t beat the amenities on party buses either — comfortable perimeter seating, crystal bar, plasma or LCD television, surround sound system — and on larger buses, even a bathroom. With a professional driver at the wheel, you can all relax and have a good time.
A little planning can go a long ways. Here are some tips from tailgating.com to make your tailgating adventure a success:
- Arrive early (3 to 4 hours) and plan to stay 1 to 2 hours after the game.
- Create a menu and do your prep work a day or two before game day. Simple items like wings, brats and dogs, burgers, soups and chili are a few favorites.
- Plan to bring cooking and eating utensils like grills, charcoal, lighter fluid, paper plates, napkins, towels, forks, spoons and knives. Also bring trash bags.
- Get your food ready about one and a half hours before the game starts so you have plenty of time.
- Get to know your tailgate neighbors and enjoy yourselves.
- Bring sun block so you don’t get scorched.
- Wear comfortable shoes.
- Bring antacid in case you overt and want some relief.
After the game, clean up your area before you leave.
Plan on Safety and Green Travel
Charter buses aren’t just affordable. They’re also the country’s safest form of ground transportation. You have no worries about traffic, directions or parking or designating a driver. Chartering a bus is also the most eco-friendly way to travel in the nation.
Book the Fast and Easy way
Reserve your vehicle online or if you prefer, call 1-888-502-3458 and a representative will be happy to assist you with your specific needs.