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==Hosting a Tailgate==
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A tailgate is a party before a sports event, usually taking place in an outdoor venue, and featuring BBQs and cold beverages.
  
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==1.1 What You'll Need==
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EUS BBQ (see BBQs)
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charcoal
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BBQ fluid
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Rake for coals
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Oven mits
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Water jugs used for refilling
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Easy-pour water jug to dispense into cups
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Giant bin to store cold beverages
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Several bags of ice
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Several tents - check Clubs hub
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Pegs for the tents
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Duct tape (always)
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Tables and chairs
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Napkins
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Condiments
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Hot dogs, hot dog buns, veggie/gluten free dogs
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A large pot to boil hot dogs
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Tongs
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Sleeves of cups
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Garbage bags
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Beer die tables and dice
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Activities such as corn hole, horseshoe, arts and crafts
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Party rocker Max
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Sunscreen
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Laptop to check ticket sales
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Tickets to be exchanged for food
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==1.2 Legal Considerations==
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Under the picnic law, it is illegal to consume alcohol in a public space without the presence of food.
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If you are hosting a tailgate outside of a designated event, such as in association with the Montreal Alouettes, you may need to purchase a single-day food permit from MAPAQ for 36$.
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The exchange of physical money should be avoided
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Sponsors are typically unwelcome if the event is in collaboration with the Alouettes.
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==1.3 Other Considerations==
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If you're hosting in Parc Jeanne-Mance, remember that you will not have access to electricity, nor will you have direct access to running water. A few picnic tables will be provided.
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Try to reduce waste by encouraging participants to bring their own cups.
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Invite a photographer to your event
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==1.4 Turning a Profit==

Revision as of 14:18, 23 September 2019

Hosting a Tailgate

A tailgate is a party before a sports event, usually taking place in an outdoor venue, and featuring BBQs and cold beverages.

Contents

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1.1 What You'll Need
1.2 Legal Considerations
1.3 Other Considerations
1.4 Turning a Profit

1.1 What You'll Need

EUS BBQ (see BBQs) charcoal BBQ fluid Rake for coals Oven mits Water jugs used for refilling Easy-pour water jug to dispense into cups Giant bin to store cold beverages Several bags of ice Several tents - check Clubs hub Pegs for the tents Duct tape (always) Tables and chairs Napkins Condiments Hot dogs, hot dog buns, veggie/gluten free dogs A large pot to boil hot dogs Tongs Sleeves of cups Garbage bags Beer die tables and dice Activities such as corn hole, horseshoe, arts and crafts Party rocker Max Sunscreen Laptop to check ticket sales Tickets to be exchanged for food

1.2 Legal Considerations

Under the picnic law, it is illegal to consume alcohol in a public space without the presence of food. If you are hosting a tailgate outside of a designated event, such as in association with the Montreal Alouettes, you may need to purchase a single-day food permit from MAPAQ for 36$. The exchange of physical money should be avoided Sponsors are typically unwelcome if the event is in collaboration with the Alouettes.

1.3 Other Considerations

If you're hosting in Parc Jeanne-Mance, remember that you will not have access to electricity, nor will you have direct access to running water. A few picnic tables will be provided. Try to reduce waste by encouraging participants to bring their own cups. Invite a photographer to your event

1.4 Turning a Profit