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JWarren14
10-27-2010, 03:40 PM
Not sure all the ins and outs of this competition, but just got word from a family friend that is one of the main members of RBT that they have been selected to compete.

Here is the link (http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/bing-national-tailgating-championship-to-decide-americas-top-tailgaters-105670278.html) to the Press Release.

From the email sent to RBT

This competition will pit four top caliber Tailgate Teams against one another on November 7th, 2010 at Reliant Stadium, in a series of “Tailgate Competitions” that will include a skills, trivia, tailgate setup, and cooking competitions. Houston is one of six cities selected nationally to participate in this competition; as such the Houston National Tailgate Championship contest winner will then move on to participate in the final Bing National Tailgate Championship in Dallas, Texas on Super Bowl week against the other winners from the competing six cities to compete for the right to be the true National Tailgate Champion. The winner of the Houston competition will receive a stipend to cover travel expenses to compete in Dallas where a Golden Grill and other prizes will be up for grabs.

Make sure you show up on November 7th to let everyone know that Houston is the best city hands down when it comes to tailgating!

bpe3
10-27-2010, 08:33 PM
Tailgating should be about cooperating, not competing.

bpe3

OzzO
10-27-2010, 09:13 PM
The golden grill, huh? Sounds like a step above the turkey statue Fox gives out at thanksgiving.

Yankee_In_TX
10-28-2010, 02:00 PM
...and how many tailgates that win things AREN'T corporate sponsored? Not my bag...

hobie
10-28-2010, 03:01 PM
...and how many tailgates that win things AREN'T corporate sponsored? Not my bag...

Exactly... Ya'll do it pretty good over in the BC, and we do the same in the the Orange.. but ya know, sometimes you just can't beat a good ole' cheeseburger grilled with a side and a beer or two, and a whole lot of friends.. That to me beats a corporate sponsored tailgate bash 9 out of 10 times !!!

Yankee_In_TX
10-28-2010, 03:30 PM
Exactly... Ya'll do it pretty good over in the BC, and we do the same in the the Orange.. but ya know, sometimes you just can't beat a good ole' cheeseburger grilled with a side and a beer or two, and a whole lot of friends.. That to me beats a corporate sponsored tailgate bash 9 out of 10 times !!!

I'd rather have a burned burger cooked by a friend than a gourmet meal cooked by a hired gun (err, this ONLY applies to tailgating, lol).

Joe Texan
10-28-2010, 03:57 PM
Comercial Tailgate Guru this is for you, HEB here you go. We have had a 100 plus at game day for years and our group is top notch without the competitive comercial input. To me it would just create infighting and that is not what Tailgating is about. Tailgating is about the comraderie of Football Fans and not who is better than who. We the Blue Crew and Raging Bull showed what we could do when the Chron had a contest and we were excluded for weeks only to get in for a week and place third in the compitition. If we would have been in for the duration we would have shared a Bragging right with the raging Bull as we have the greatest spot on Reliant Grounds for a Tailgate spot.

SheTexan
10-28-2010, 05:49 PM
Comercial Tailgate Guru this is for you, HEB here you go. We have had a 100 plus at game day for years and our group is top notch without the competitive comercial input. To me it would just create infighting and that is not what Tailgating is about. Tailgating is about the comraderie of Football Fans and not who is better than who. We the Blue Crew and Raging Bull showed what we could do when the Chron had a contest and we were excluded for weeks only to get in for a week and place third in the compitition. If we would have been in for the duration we would have shared a Bragging right with the raging Bull as we have the greatest spot on Reliant Grounds for a Tailgate spot.

Ragging Bull has sponsers Joe. They could compete with anyone on a National level, IMHO. All it takes is a big pot of money.

texanmojo
10-28-2010, 08:20 PM
We all have "sponsors". Its called...YOUR WALLET.

Texan_Bill
10-28-2010, 08:31 PM
Comercial Tailgate Guru this is for you, HEB here you go. We have had a 100 plus at game day for years and our group is top notch without the competitive comercial input. To me it would just create infighting and that is not what Tailgating is about. Tailgating is about the comraderie of Football Fans and not who is better than who. We the Blue Crew and Raging Bull showed what we could do when the Chron had a contest and we were excluded for weeks only to get in for a week and place third in the compitition. If we would have been in for the duration we would have shared a Bragging right with the raging Bull as we have the greatest spot on Reliant Grounds for a Tailgate spot.

Judge Chamberlain Haller: That is a lucid, intelligent, well thought-out objection.
Vinny Gambini: Thank you, sir.

Judge Chamberlain Haller: Overruled!!!!

Texan_Bill
10-28-2010, 08:34 PM
We all have "sponsors". Its called...YOUR WALLET.

Correctamundo!!

We started a cool thing (I think it was Katie and Kathryn that came up with it); we sell raffle tickets to BC members (not sure how much if any get sold to visitors). The winner gets half the proceeds and the other half is going to go towards, banners, tents and the Blue Crew community items.

JB
10-28-2010, 08:50 PM
Correctamundo!!

We started a cool thing (I think it was Katie and Kathryn that came up with it); we sell raffle tickets to BC members (not sure how much if any get sold to visitors). The winner gets half the proceeds and the other half is going to go towards, banners, tents and the Blue Crew community items.

Don't know about visitors, but I can attest to the fact that they sell to moochers and wandering drunks...:D

Joe Texan
10-28-2010, 09:31 PM
The Raffle came from the Hall of Fame we do it every year and it is a great success, Thanks to Ted and Kathrine for suggesting we do it here and thanks to kathrine, Jen Katie and all the other who help sell the tickets every week. You will be witnessing something this next tailgate if you have not noticed the sun screens that Katie so generously donated to us. We are determined to make the Blue Crew better for everyone that enjoys the blue crew.

Texan_Bill
10-28-2010, 09:42 PM
Don't know about visitors, but I can attest to the fact that they sell to moochers and wandering drunks...:D

Dude!! You're such a moocher and a wandering drunk!!! WTF??? :D

Texan_Bill
10-28-2010, 09:46 PM
The Raffle came from the Hall of Fame we do it every year and it is a great success, Thanks to Ted and Kathrine for suggesting we do it here and thanks to kathrine, Jen Katie and all the other who help sell the tickets every week. You will be witnessing something this next tailgate if you have not noticed the sun screens that Katie so generously donated to us. We are determined to make the Blue Crew better for everyone that enjoys the blue crew.

I suggested to Kathryn, Jen and Katie that we open up a Blue Crew account at a bank so a) we can take the proceeds of the raffle stuff to score our new gear and b) so that some of us can throw a hundy once in awhile towards that goal, in addition to the raffle tickets....... just sayin'!

texanmojo
10-28-2010, 10:00 PM
Correctamundo!!

We started a cool thing (I think it was Katie and Kathryn that came up with it); we sell raffle tickets to BC members (not sure how much if any get sold to visitors). The winner gets half the proceeds and the other half is going to go towards, banners, tents and the Blue Crew community items.

I think thats a great idea but I hardly believe you don't spend a dime on tailgating...therefore...you are a sponsor...

Texan_Bill
10-28-2010, 10:12 PM
I think thats a great idea but I hardly believe you don't spend a dime on tailgating...therefore...you are a sponsor...

Right.... Well sorta. Blue Crew are ALL sponsors in that regard. Whether it's Joe donating the pinata, whether it's the Blue Crew game day shots, or whatever food is layed out on the tables at "the Corner" is all donated. We just do it out of our own pockets AND because we just want people come visit us and have an awesome time!!!!

I support Blue Crew monetarily as an individual, without putting out huge HEB signs and other corporate sign support. The fact that a guy a work with (our company) with and who is also a Blue Crewer, we have never used our company as a source for donations. What we do is straight out of our own pockets.

texanmojo
10-28-2010, 10:15 PM
Right.... Well sorta. Blue Crew are ALL sponsors in that regard. Whether it's Joe donating the pinata, whether it's the Blue Crew game day shots, or whatever food is layed out on the tables at "the Corner" is all donated. We just do it out of our own pockets AND because we just want people come visit us and have an awesome time!!!!

I support Blue Crew monetarily as an individual, without putting out huge HEB signs and other corporate sign support. The fact that a guy a work with (our company) with and who is also a Blue Crewer, we have never used our company as a source for donations. What we do is straight out of our own pockets.

I hear ya...just trying to make a point. Technically we are all sponsors. I can't knock it...I od it myself. I consider it "the price of admission".

Texan_Bill
10-28-2010, 10:22 PM
I hear ya...just trying to make a point. Technically we are all sponsors. I can't knock it...I od it myself. I consider it "the price of admission".

Exactly... That's the price we pay (above and beyond our tickets and parking passes)....

And you know what?? I wouldn't have it any other way!!!


BTW, I swear, I'm gonna come visit y'all!!!

texanmojo
10-28-2010, 10:25 PM
Exactly... That's the price we pay (above and beyond our tickets and parking passes)....

And you know what?? I wouldn't have it any other way!!!


BTW, I swear, I'm gonna come visit y'all!!!

No doubt...this is not a complaint.

come on by...lets drink a few!

Hardcore Texan
10-28-2010, 11:47 PM
The Raffle came from the Hall of Fame we do it every year and it is a great success, Thanks to Ted and Kathrine for suggesting we do it here and thanks to kathrine, Jen Katie and all the other who help sell the tickets every week. You will be witnessing something this next tailgate if you have not noticed the sun screens that Katie so generously donated to us. We are determined to make the Blue Crew better for everyone that enjoys the blue crew.

The raffle thing is awesome! I know I was hoping to win yet glad the few bucks I spent on tickets was helping out the tailgate.

JB
10-29-2010, 09:30 AM
Dude!! You're such a moocher and a wandering drunk!!! WTF??? :D

:foottap: I am not that guy!




I'm a wandering mooch and a drunk! :D

Texan_Bill
10-29-2010, 09:58 AM
:foottap: I am not that guy!




I'm a wandering mooch and a drunk! :D

So, we can agree that you're a drunk, yes?? :slapfight:

Joe Texan
10-29-2010, 10:02 AM
Mojo I came to visit a couple of years ago but the preachers sermon was well lets just say it ran a little longer that I like to get in the stadium. I had a blast just lost track of time, Should have counted the hole punches. Maybe me and Bill will walk over one game, we will leave early and stay late

JB
10-29-2010, 10:16 AM
So, we can agree that you're a drunk, yes?? :slapfight:

Yep!


:shots:

JWarren14
10-29-2010, 10:19 AM
My father is friends with all of the founders of RBT, I think all of them are all Jersey Village Alums, and it's pretty incredible that they are all still really close friends.

Most of them own their own businesses and put money up for most of the stuff that goes on there. They get some free meat and beer and some other game-to-game stuff, but it's not all "corporate," they don't hire cooks or bartenders to do their work, they do it themselves.

I understand that huge tailgates are not everyone's cup of tea, myself included, but from time-to-time I get my fix.

Isn't it policy that they are not allowed to allow corporate sponsored tailgates to compete in tailgater of the year competitions, etc?

Just because it's huge, doesn't mean it's corporate.

Texan_Bill
10-29-2010, 12:03 PM
Just because it's huge, doesn't mean it's corporate.


We know that.



Signed,

Blue Crew :)

texanmojo
10-29-2010, 02:54 PM
Mojo I came to visit a couple of years ago but the preachers sermon was well lets just say it ran a little longer that I like to get in the stadium. I had a blast just lost track of time, Should have counted the hole punches. Maybe me and Bill will walk over one game, we will leave early and stay late

Yeah...he can sometimes be a little long winded...come earlier next time!!!!

Yankee_In_TX
10-29-2010, 03:51 PM
I moreso mean the Joe Bob's Construction tent where they hire cooks and have 100's of pounds of meat and give a plate and beer to every JB that walkes by. To me, that's a rodeo cook off tent and not a tailgate. Just MHO.








(Bill, did you see what I did there?)

DP TEXAN FAN
10-29-2010, 04:07 PM
Well this blows,
The Texans contacted us yesterday via email to tell us we were selected for this contest, only to email us again today to say there "were some paths crossed" and we actually were not selected. Oh well, it was exciting while it lasted! Good luck to all the teams that make it-make Houston and all the tailgaters proud!!

No Limit Tailgaters-"The original home of the Jagerbomb"

JB
10-29-2010, 04:39 PM
I moreso mean the Joe Bob's Construction tent where they hire cooks and have 100's of pounds of meat and give a plate and beer to every JB that walkes by. To me, that's a rodeo cook off tent and not a tailgate. Just MHO.








(Bill, did you see what I did there?)


:foottap:


I saw what you did there! :heh:

Yankee_In_TX
10-29-2010, 04:40 PM
:foottap:


I saw what you did there! :heh:

And you bolded a typo I made, great. lol

JB
10-29-2010, 04:56 PM
And you bolded a typo I made, great. lol

I didn't even catch that...lol

SheTexan
10-29-2010, 05:27 PM
Truthfully, I've always wanted to compete for Tailgater of the Year. Just the competitive spirit in me I guess, but, thought it would be fun. Several years ago we decided, as a group I think, that we would not do this. Personally, I would LOVE to kick some tailgating butts, but, I'm also very happy with what we have going. We're a laid back, come as you are, do your own thang type of tailgate, and it works!

When I was in Buffalo the tailgate we visited invited us to purchase raffle tickets, if we wanted to. I was happy to do so, after all, they were gracious in taking care of us with food and drink, and most of all friendship!! I didn't win any money, but, if I had I would have given it back to the tailgate. My point is, maybe we should be more aggressive in trying to sell tickets to visitiors. Two Dr friends of mine attended the Cowboy tailgate, and much to my embarrassment, ask me where they could purchase raffle tickets to help our tailgate. They ask we when we were doing the drawing. My bad, and it won't happen again. Most fans are more than happy to help out in some way, esp since we do not accept money donations for food. I have some friends coming to the Raven tailgate who have already tried to get me to take money. I told them to buy raffle tickets instead. ONE day we're gonna get rid of those green and white tents!!:) J/K guys!! LOVE ya all, and don't know what I would do if I didn't have my Blue Crew family!!

JWarren14
10-29-2010, 06:02 PM
Well this blows,
The Texans contacted us yesterday via email to tell us we were selected for this contest, only to email us again today to say there "were some paths crossed" and we actually were not selected. Oh well, it was exciting while it lasted! Good luck to all the teams that make it-make Houston and all the tailgaters proud!!

No Limit Tailgaters-"The original home of the Jagerbomb"

Damn that's messed up!

Houston should fare well vs the other sites, I have been to a Broncos game, not even close to the tailgating we have here.

Texan_Bill
10-29-2010, 08:47 PM
I moreso mean the Joe Bob's Construction tent where they hire cooks and have 100's of pounds of meat and give a plate and beer to every JB that walkes by. To me, that's a rodeo cook off tent and not a tailgate. Just MHO.








(Bill, did you see what I did there?)

I saw exactly what you did, and you're spot on!!

Texan_Bill
10-29-2010, 08:54 PM
Truthfully, I've always wanted to compete for Tailgater of the Year. Just the competitive spirit in me I guess, but, thought it would be fun. Several years ago we decided, as a group I think, that we would not do this. Personally, I would LOVE to kick some tailgating butts, but, I'm also very happy with what we have going. We're a laid back, come as you are, do your own thang type of tailgate, and it works!

When I was in Buffalo the tailgate we visited invited us to purchase raffle tickets, if we wanted to. I was happy to do so, after all, they were gracious in taking care of us with food and drink, and most of all friendship!! I didn't win any money, but, if I had I would have given it back to the tailgate. My point is, maybe we should be more aggressive in trying to sell tickets to visitiors. Two Dr friends of mine attended the Cowboy tailgate, and much to my embarrassment, ask me where they could purchase raffle tickets to help our tailgate. They ask we when we were doing the drawing. My bad, and it won't happen again. Most fans are more than happy to help out in some way, esp since we do not accept money donations for food. I have some friends coming to the Raven tailgate who have already tried to get me to take money. I told them to buy raffle tickets instead. ONE day we're gonna get rid of those green and white tents!!:) J/K guys!! LOVE ya all, and don't know what I would do if I didn't have my Blue Crew family!!

I love you Gma!! I'm competitive, too!! There are times where I want us to be the "Tailgater of the Year" too... That said, Joe "the Commish" Cahn, loves us and always makes it a point to stop by and visit Blue Crew.... I can live with that!! :)


As far as our raffle, if I ever did win, I would donate it right back to Blue Crew, anyway!! So let's all pray, I win the raffle!! :D


http://www.blogcdn.com/www.aolsportsblog.com/media/2006/10/tailgate-commish-lynette-35.jpg

Joe "The Commish" Cahn at Blue Crew by Donna and Andy's bus, eating ribs by Gibbs!

Texan_Bill
10-29-2010, 09:06 PM
And... No JB you're not the problem. You're just a drunk mooch! ;)

Joe Texan
10-29-2010, 09:43 PM
And... No JB you're not the problem. You're just a drunk mooch! ;)

Drunk sometimes but I have never seen the moochie side, Happy Drunk that looses tickets I have seen

JB
10-29-2010, 09:45 PM
Drunk sometimes but I have never seen the moochie side, Happy Drunk that looses tickets I have seen

:kubepalm: JB!

Texan_Bill
10-29-2010, 09:57 PM
Drunk sometimes but I have never seen the moochie side, Happy Drunk that looses tickets I have seen

Tickets that he lobbied for in which I never asked for one red cent and LOSES??!?!? Mooch!! :heh:

JB
10-29-2010, 10:07 PM
Tickets that he lobbied for in which I never asked for one red cent and LOSES??!?!? Mooch!! :heh:

http://i766.photobucket.com/albums/xx307/TexanJB/TommyLee_implied_facepalm.jpg JB!!!




that said...lobbied for?

Joe Texan
10-30-2010, 12:55 AM
just watched tailgate warriors and if this is the compitition then I want no part of the fufu impress the judes operation

SheTexan
10-30-2010, 12:41 PM
just watched tailgate warriors and if this is the compitition then I want no part of the fufu impress the judes operation

I watched that too Joe, and I totally agree!! Bet you a friggin raffle ticket or two that those freaking Raiders don't cook gourmet food at every tailgate. Truthfully, it was disgustiing!! I was pulling for the NINERS!!:heart: BUT, to the Raiders credit, I'm thinking about trying out that cake!:) Do ya think any of your Raider pals would send me the receipt?

ubecool454
10-30-2010, 01:54 PM
Tailgating should be about cooperating, not competing.

bpe3

They should have done this before they ran everyone off..lol. Maybe this is why they ran everyone off?

Tedc
10-30-2010, 02:06 PM
Do ya think any of your Raider pals would send me the receipt?

Why? Did you pay for it?:kitten:

SheTexan
10-30-2010, 02:15 PM
Why? Did you pay for it?:kitten:

Geeezzzz, another TT grammar guru!!:) RECIPE!! BUT, I probably would pay for that RECIPE! It looked yummy!!!!!!

Yankee_In_TX
10-30-2010, 05:28 PM
Will someone photoshop a JBpalm?

False Start
10-30-2010, 09:28 PM
When I visited the Blue Crew, it was the most comfortable feeling. I didn't feel like I was just a visitor, everyone was kind to me and my daughter, just as cool as can be. Ya'll are a great group, keep up the good work. :bravo:

JB
10-30-2010, 09:31 PM
When I visited the Blue Crew, it was the most comfortable feeling. I didn't feel like I was just a visitor, everyone was kind to me and my daughter, just as cool as can be. Ya'll are a great group, keep up the good work. :bravo:

Yeah, they are great! Are you going to the SD game?

False Start
10-30-2010, 09:46 PM
Yeah, they are great! Are you going to the SD game?

Nah, I cant make it. $ ....... :pissed:

JB
10-30-2010, 09:55 PM
Nah, I cant make it. $ ....... :pissed:

:cry2:

False Start
10-30-2010, 09:57 PM
:cry2:

Yep........

texanmojo
10-30-2010, 11:10 PM
They should have done this before they ran everyone off..lol. Maybe this is why they ran everyone off?

They did not run everyone off. They took care of a growing problem. The tailgating is better as a result of the new policy.

NitroGSXR
10-31-2010, 08:17 AM
Geeezzzz, another TT grammar guru!!:) RECIPE!! BUT, I probably would pay for that RECIPE! It looked yummy!!!!!!

It definitely looked good.

Chocolate Penalty Cake. Recipe available for FREE via www.foodnetwork.com. I'd cut and paste the recipe for you if I could but can't.

JB
10-31-2010, 09:26 AM
It definitely looked good.

Chocolate Penalty Cake. Recipe available for FREE via www.foodnetwork.com. I'd cut and paste the recipe for you if I could but can't.

Ingredients
18.4 ounce package triple chocolate fudge cake mix
3 eggs
1/2 cup vegetable oil
3/4 cup water or 1/2 cup raspberry rum
14 ounces condensed milk
18 ounces raspberry preserves
17 ounces butterscotch topping
1 pint whipping cream
2 tablespoons cocoa powder
1 package fresh raspberries
Fresh mint leaves
Directions
In a large mixing bowl add the cake mix, eggs, oil, water or rum until you have a smooth batter. Pour the batter into a greased 9 by 13-inch cake pan.

Heat a grill to 300 degrees F.

Put the cake pan on the grill, cover with the grill lid, and bake until done, approximately 30 minutes.

When done put the pan on cooling rack, upside down, until the cake drops from the pan. Turn the cake over and put it back into the pan. Poke holes into cake with the handle of wooden spoon, and pour the condensed milk into the holes. Spread the cake with an even layer of raspberry preserves, then spread with butterscotch topping. Whip the cream in a medium bowl until stiff peaks form and spread it over the toppings.

Cut the cake into 3-inch pieces and serve on individual serving plates. Sift cocoa powder over the cakes and garnish each with 2 fresh raspberries and 2 mint leaves. Serve.

A viewer, who may not be a professional cook, provided this recipe. The Food Network Kitchens chefs have not tested this recipe and therefore, we cannot make representation as to the results


:tiphat:

Joe Texan
10-31-2010, 11:26 AM
I watched that too Joe, and I totally agree!! Bet you a friggin raffle ticket or two that those freaking Raiders don't cook gourmet food at every tailgate. Truthfully, it was disgustiing!! I was pulling for the NINERS!!:heart: BUT, to the Raiders credit, I'm thinking about trying out that cake!:) Do ya think any of your Raider pals would send me the receipt?

Grandma the one who cooked it will send me therecipe, and they do cook somewhat like that every tailgate. The tritip is a staple but I do not think they do the appitizers, who does that at a tailgate.I will get you the recipe

SheTexan
10-31-2010, 11:44 AM
Thanks JB!! Let me know the next tailgate you're gonna be at and I might ATTEMPT to make it. :doot:

BTW: Just curious, esp since I don't grill ANYTHING. How do you know a grill is at 300 degrees when you're out on a parking lot? Even if you use a propane grill rather than charcoal, I just don't see how they kept from burning the hell out of this cake.

JB
10-31-2010, 11:50 AM
Thanks JB!! Let me know the next tailgate you're gonna be at and I might ATTEMPT to make it. :doot:

I will be at the SD game...


If not this one, maybe the Rum cake??? :D

Joe Texan
11-03-2010, 11:24 PM
Thanks JB!! Let me know the next tailgate you're gonna be at and I might ATTEMPT to make it. :doot:

BTW: Just curious, esp since I don't grill ANYTHING. How do you know a grill is at 300 degrees when you're out on a parking lot? Even if you use a propane grill rather than charcoal, I just don't see how they kept from burning the hell out of this cake.

Easy, look at the temperature guage

Texan_Bill
11-04-2010, 08:53 AM
I will be at the SD game...


If not this one, maybe the Rum cake??? :D

I support any desert with alcohol!!

Speedy
11-06-2010, 12:38 PM
Thanks JB!! Let me know the next tailgate you're gonna be at and I might ATTEMPT to make it. :doot:

BTW: Just curious, esp since I don't grill ANYTHING. How do you know a grill is at 300 degrees when you're out on a parking lot? Even if you use a propane grill rather than charcoal, I just don't see how they kept from burning the hell out of this cake.

You hold your hand over the grill. For 300 degrees your hand should start melting in about 7 seconds. Then somebody tells me about this newfangled invention called a thermometer. Thermometer? What is that, French? Whatever, just finish wrapping my hand please.

Joe Texan
11-06-2010, 04:57 PM
Grandma thermometers are not just for babies butts

SheTexan
11-06-2010, 10:41 PM
HO HO HO guys!!! Make fun all ya want!! Someday I'm gonna become the master grandma griller!! :chef:

spurstexanstros
11-07-2010, 01:16 AM
SA fans vote Blue crew as the best tailgate at reliant...but the philos have the best story ( and battle red crunch)..im not blowing hot air on that one..lights out so to speak(pun intended)

speaking of philos are they back? good to see them again before season over.

Speedy
11-08-2010, 02:46 PM
Bull's Eye Tailgaters, from the Yellow Lot, are going to the Super Bowl!

Congratulations!!!!!

Texan_Bill
02-04-2011, 03:02 PM
Apparently the team from Houston won this competition!

Congrats Bulls Eye Tailgaters!!!



Houston tailgate team wins inaugural Bing National Tailgating Championship
Alan Burge

Bing.com, the decision engine from Microsoft, announced yesterday that Houston’s very own Bulls Eye Tailgaters have taken the top spot in the inaugural Bing National Tailgating Championships.

Bulls Eye Tailgaters beat out five teams from across the country to claim the number one position during the freezing cold championship cook-off event held yesterday in Fort Worth.

Hosts Reggie Bush of the New Orleans Saints and Joe Cahn, Tailgating Institute of America’s (TIA) Commissioner of Tailgating, awarded the Bulls Eye Tailgaters $15,000 and the coveted Golden Grill trophy.

Continue reading on Examiner.com: Houston tailgate team wins inaugural Bing National Tailgating Championship - Houston Houston Texans | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/houston-texans-in-houston/houston-tailgate-team-wins-inaugural-bing-national-tailgating-championship#ixzz1D1R51Wwg



Linkage:
Houston tailgate team wins inaugural Bing National Tailgating Championship (http://www.examiner.com/houston-texans-in-houston/houston-tailgate-team-wins-inaugural-bing-national-tailgating-championship)