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Today's Groupon removes the raw hamburger from your pockets and extracts hotdogs from your buttonholes with a hassle-free tailgate delivered straight to your sport spot. Forget tailgate-supply smuggling with Tailwaiters's basic tailgate package, a fully loaded parking-lot party. Tailwaiters brings toothsome food plus a grill, table, chairs, plates, cups, condiments, and cooking utensils to any sporting event or concert you're attending, so you can enjoy more time with your friends and family while getting ready to enjoy time with your friends, family, and favorite band-teams.
The package includes 12 Hebrew National hot dogs, eight hamburgers with eight slices of American cheese, six individual bags of Lay's potato chips, and two pounds of your choice of coleslaw, macaroni salad, or potato salad. (Tailwaiters does not provide alcohol). When you're finished filling your belly and heart, Tailwaiters will pick up the supplies and clean up everything, much like the parking lot elves employed by the NFL from 1957 to 1981 who did all the work then disappeared into the night. This sports season, Tailwaiters will be tailgating for the Jets, Giants, Rutgers, Red Bulls, Mets, any concert at Meadowlands, and more; call for details. If the basic package isn't sufficiently big, meaty, and gourmet, you can use this Groupon toward one of Tailwaters's other tailgates.
Filling up before the game saves everyone money they would spend on inordinately expensive, suboptimal stadium foodstuffs, like $15 ice cream–filled pretzels and broken glass garnished harsh-dogs. It spares car owners the time and effort of setting up a tailgate and makes it possible for train, bus, and tandem-bike riders to flip burgers, roast dogs, and cook burgerdogs like never before. Tailgating couldn't be easier unless Benjamin Franklin invented a simpler and more convenient way of tailgating using a horse, 28 tallytoos of whipping-yarn, and two bushels of barley sugar.
- For too long New Yorkers have missed out on one of the great pleasures of live sporting events--the part that happens in the parking lot before the game... Now, you can give Tailwaiters a dingle and have them cater your tailgating for you. – [Chantal Martineau, The Village Voice (http://blogs.villagevoice.com/forkintheroad/archives/2009/04/tailwaiters--ta.php)
- NY sports fans are as die-hard as it gets, but they're limited when it comes to tailgating: it's tough to haul a hibachi on the 7 Train, and riding a bus to Jersey's bad enough without toting a backpack brimming with raw hamburger. Here to enable your pre-game, Tailwaiters. – Thrillist
- If you don't have a tailgate (the back "door" of a truck or other vehicle) can you have a tailgate (a picnic on the back of said vehicle)? The guys of TailWaiters say Yes... Favorite food of TailWaiters fans: spicy Italian sausage (what we call "hot sausage" in my house). – Scoreboard Gourmet
There are some testimonials on Tailwaiters's website:
- My tailwaiters experience was an absolute pleasure. Not only did the staff have our tables, chairs, and grills setup for us upon arrival, they cleaned everything up for us when we went into the game. There was no time wasted setting up or breaking down. – [Eric W., Great Neck, NY] (http://tailwaiters.com/testimonials.aspx):
- I was a little skeptical at first, but I trusted my instincts and I am so glad I did! The Tailwaiters were on time and fully prepared. They were professional but still very friendly and made sure I was happy... – [Henry, Long Island] (http://tailwaiters.com/testimonials.aspx):
- There was so much food and it was delicious. We felt bad about the mess we made, but when we got back to the car, everything was spotless. – [John, Queens] (http://tailwaiters.com/testimonials.aspx):
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 10, 2010. Amount paid never expires. 2 per person, may purchase multiple as gifts. May use 2 groupons for orders totaling $600 or more. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.