ASI gets trendy with Top 10 list of tailgating games and gear
TREVOSE, PA – September 15, 2010 – Forget boring weenie roasts and ho-hum pigskin passes. Score with the latest tailgating trends by playing a round of sholf and bagging a cornhole before grilling a mail-order steak.
Just in time for the NFL kickoff, the Advertising Specialty Institute uncovers the latest tailgating trends with its first-ever Top 10 list of ultimate tailgating games and gear. According to a study by the Tailgating Institute, a typical tailgater is a college-educated male between 35-44 who hosts and/or attends six to 10 tailgate parties a season, spending over $500 on tailgating food and participating in a variety of interactive games with fellow tailgaters.
“Tailgating is a true piece of Americana and is quickly becoming a serious venue for entertaining and event marketing,” said Timothy M. Andrews, president and CEO of the Advertising Specialty Institute (ASI). “Whether you get ready for kickoff with a friendly game of sholf or stick to grilling your favorites, heat up the asphalt with our Top 10 list of awesome tailgating gear for a great, all-round game day.”
The NFL began its 91st season September 9 with a 2010 season opener between the New Orleans Saints and the Minnesota Vikings at the Superdome. To get in the spirit, ASI presents its first-ever Top 10 list of ultimate tailgating games and gear:
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