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There’s even a clever slide-out tailgate you can use as a table.
TOP RIDES FOR 2021JOE PHILLIPSJANUARY 15, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
Within the confined universe of the NFL, few places felt the impact more vividly than the tailgate lots in Orchard Park.
He would arrive at Hammer’s Lot about 24 hours before kickoff to tailgate with longtime and yet-to-be-made friends.
The administration prohibited tailgating at football games and limited most university events to a maximum of 20 people.
Dean McQuiddy, a 1983 Florida graduate who has missed this game only once since he began college, will tailgate at Adams Street Station, then watch from a stadium suite.
Fans can still tailgate, root for their team or support their favorite athletes — but now they’re doing it from the kitchen or the couch.
Luckily, many professional sports teams are rethinking tailgates and coming up with coronavirus-safe solutions to keep the tradition alive.
If you do end up heading to a tailgate, wear a mask and check to make sure your fellow tailgaters are being responsible to avoid putting them, and yourself, at risk.
No, our Cullinan is fitted with the available Viewing Suite, which is a built-in pair of folding seats that extend out to the tailgate with the touch of a button.
There was a tailgate lowered, forming a ramp; above it, the huge double doors opened on a cavern of blackness.
SECURITYPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON

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