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Old 08-05-2009   #15
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Default Re: I Need Some Help From You Tailgaters and Those In The Know

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Originally Posted by Texans Pride View Post
You can let them know they are more than welcome to come out to the Yellow Lot and visit the "Texans Liberty Tailgaters". We've got the big ol' bus complete with new paint and graphics, a big screen tv inside with the NFL package, as well as cold a/c running through it.

We pass out Deep Steel Blue, and Battle Red Jello Shots from the moment we get there, till it's time to walk inside. Maybe they'd like to do some beer bongs from not one, but two of the custom Houston Texans Beer Bongs. Plenty of AMAZING food, enough to feed a freaking army. Great speakers pumping out all the latest music to create one hell of a party atmosphere. Maybe they'd like to play Beer Pong on the new custom Houston Texans Beer Bong table. Ladder Golf, Washer Boards. . .we've got those games too for you interactive people!

After they're ready to visit someone else (if they even want to leave), they'll be more than welcome to pick up a Texans Liberty Tailgaters t-shirt to commemorate the awesome time they will have!
Let them know that we are directly across from Shotgun 30, so in every direction they turn in the Yellow Lot, they will have plenty of party atmospheres to choose from.

THAT IS THE YELLOW LOT.
Remember, this year the Texans have implemented a NEW rule regarding the speakers.... it is in the little book that came with the tickets... No speaker can be more than 18"x12" and no louder than 68 decibles.... so that means , anything louder than a generator that is heard by anyone other than your group is liable to be told to turn down... complaints were plenty this offseason with tailgaters having to liston to other peoples crap in music.. Just be warned....
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