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#10DaysofTailgate: Welcome, Thank You, the Folks + THE Give-Away

Almost ready for #10DaysofTailgate! We kick off on Saturday!!

We have nearly two dozen bloggers with over one hundred recipes scheduled to inspire you through an entire tailgating season. Think chicken wings, skewers, sweet nibbles, and cocktails. The event runs September 20th through September 30th. Just remember: your fork does not go into your monitor...no matter how much you might want to taste some of these dishes. Okay? Get ready...get set...

Go! Let's start with a huge - HUGE! - thank you to our event sponsors who have graciously donated prizes for our readers. These sponsors have contributed great prizes for a gigantic giveaway. We have an incredible giveaway for this event. There are fourteen different prize packages which are detailed in the rafflecopter. The rafflecopter is below and will go live on September 20th. Please check back, if you're reading this before our kick-off.



Our #10DaysofTailgate Sponsors
in alphabetical order with links to their homepages


Our #10DaysofTailgate Bloggers
And...THE giveaway!
Terms & Conditions
Mandatory Entry: Leave a comment with What's your favorite tailgate dish? Many more ways to enter in the Rafflecopter widget [below].

This giveaway is open to residents of the United States only, age 18 and older. The #10DaysofTailgate 2014 giveaway runs from Saturday, September 20, 2014 12:00am PT through Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 6:00pm PT. Winners will be randomly chosen and announced on October 1, 2014. Winners will also be contacted by email and will have 48 hours to respond to the email. If a winner does not respond in that time a new winner will be chosen. For more information, see the full terms and conditions in the Rafflecopter widget.

Disclaimer: Our generous sponsors are providing the prizes free of charge.  Participating bloggers may have received product related to these brands to use for #10DaysofTailgate. All opinions stated are their own.


Scroll through our fourteen prize packages!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments

  1. I'm partial to mini cheeseburger sliders on a tailgate
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    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the Rafflecopter}

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    1. **not an entry** just a note. Under the wendy.klik entry there just isn't anything there. Going to Facebook I found her here: https://www.facebook.com/wendy.klik and sent her a friend request (the only option) as Margot Core. I hope that's right!

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    2. Same for Ashley Ramaker Lecker (aramaker1) fb entry, nothing at all on the form (it's just blank) so I went to fb and made a friend request as Margot Core

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  2. My favorite tailgate dish are beer brats simmered in beer and onions!

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  3. Grilled brats with grilled onions

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  4. I still only see this mustard giveaway, where are all of the rest of them?
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    margueritecore [at] gmail [dot] com

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