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Are you planning a get together for the big game? We are of course. There’s not a football game during the entire season that goes unwatched in our house. Since my husband has already blocked the day in our calendar and started prepping the game time eats menu, I thought I would share some of our family’s #GameDayTraditions and 5 Tips to Help Prepare for the Big Game.
1. Get your party prep face on. Be sure to eat breakfast and enjoy your cup of coffee, because you’re going to need the energy. I do some quick cleaning of the areas that will host the majority of the guests. With my trusty Bounty Select-A-Size at my side I do a quick wipe down of all the counters and appliances in the kitchen. You know that’s where everyone ends up during a party, so I want to make sure everything sparkles. Plus I make sure to have a new roll in the holder so it’s quick to grab in case of spills. Work smarter, not harder, and let Bounty’s unique trap & lock technology to quickly absorb any spills during the party.
2. Dress the part. Keep your kiddos jerseys fresh and clean with Tide PODS Spring Meadow. The easy to use pods dissolve quickly in hot and cold water and save time with their 3-in-1 action – detergent, stain remover, brightener all in one. Add some excitement and tell your guests to all wear their favorite team jerseys. Who cares if their favorite team isn’t actually playing in the big game. Random jerseys at the party makes for easier taunting and trash talk if your team is in the big game.
3. Stock up on all your paper supplies at Walmart. With a house full of guests, the bathroom will be a high traffic area. There’s plenty of Charmin Ultra Strong on hand. It’s clog-safe, safe for septic tanks, and 4X stronger when wet than the leading bargain brand. And while we’re talking about the loo, here’s a little secret. Place Febreze Air Effects Linen & Sky in the bathroom. It eliminates tough odors rather than covering them up, and the fine mist infuses air with a scent that is subtle, not overpowering. The guest that just has to go will be thankful you did.
4. Food. Game time eats are the best! Think hearty appetizers and buffet items. Offer your guests easy to eat options, that won’t make a ton of mess if they happen to eat in front of the TV.
5. Have fun! Planning a party can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. Everything you need for the best big game party is a hop, skip and jump away at your local Walmart or online via traditionsforgameday.com. It’s never too late to spend time with friends and family and create some of your own #GameDayTraditions.
What are your family’s favorite #GameDayTraditions?