Lambeau Rescue

Check out this nicely done ambulance conversion by Gary and Ginger Kerkhoff.  Here's what they had to say:
Who are the primary people that created the rig?
The primary people that created Lambeau Rescue were my wife Ginger and myself with the help of Lambeau crew members Jill & Jerry Burgbacher, Matt Fritsch (grill design) Matt Rathsack owner of Xplosive Audio N'Graphix, Dan Appleton & Ron Machlan.

When did you get the rig?
I purchased it on a auction site in Wisconsin in January 2012.

What was it used for before you got it?
It was used as a rescue vehicle in Door County,Wisconsin.

How long did the restoration take?
Restoration took 7 Months.

How many people do you have tailgate with you?
The number of people that tailgate with us average from 6 to 20 depending on the weather (some wusses can't take the cold)!

What are the cool features?
Some of the cool features are:
  • Green & Gold tile floor (which came from Viking country)
  • Full size hitch mounted Weber grill
  • Also have a full size reverse flow offset trailer mounted smoker that we bring sometimes instead of the grill
  • Packer themed 12 speaker sound system
  • 32" led TV
  • Microwave
  • Small fridge
  • All the lights and noise (Sirens , Green & Gold lights)

What is your favorite feature?
My favorite feature is the sound system, the wife likes the title floor.

What kind of plans do you have for the future?
Future plans will be to change the TV from the 32" to a 55" pull down ceiling mounted,
after that it will be a Wisconsin Badger themed rescue vehicle.

How long have you been tailgating?
Been a Green Bay Packer season ticket holder and tailgating for 13 years also shareholder.

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Drunk Person or Zombie?

Check out this video, the Walking Drunk.  Are drunk people really just a tame zombie?  You decide:


Monday Morning Wakeup Call: Ole Miss

Ole' Miss got the job done this weekend, and the gifts keep on giving.  Here's to a great week of football!


Tailgate Lot News Digest #5

Believe it or not, no alcohol can ruin a tailgate.  Just ask the Nebraska fans that suffered that fate below.

Nebraska tailgating spot quiet after arrests

A popular Nebraska football tailgating spot was unusually quiet for the weekend game that took place one week after a burst of violence that led to 13 arrests.

This week, Indian Center officials ran a fence along the perimeter and posted signs that said, "No walk-ins, alcohol or drugs." Police officers were also on hand. 

Tailgating comes to Shreveport's Red River District

Hundreds have gathered in the Red River District to watch the game. It's SPAR's first ever tailgate experience. The event features a giant screen of the game, bars were open, food vendors are there and of course there's fun for the kids, too. Organizers are happy with the crowd and see fun, family events like this to be the Red River District's future.

SPAR says the next tailgate will be held on October 25 for the LSU game and will have more vendors and kids activities.

Don't Get Sacked on Game Day: Execute Healthy Tailgating Plays

Football season is here, and we are ready to gear up for some fun and delicious tailgating. Whether your pregame party is at home or at the game, healthy planning is essential in order to keep your weight from stepping out of bounds.

You don't have to pass on tailgating in fear of sabotaging your waistline. Contrary to what most people think, healthy tailgating can be done. Let's be honest, who wants to deprive themselves of pizza or buffalo chicken wing dip? It's okay to enjoy some of your favorite foods, but try to be mindful not to overindulge.



Never Too Old For A Party Bucket

Even the older folks know how to have fun at a tailgate.  PARTY BUCKET!  Or as we call it, the Anti-shotgunning.

"Hey Harold, get me another straw!"

"That's right honey, drink it all."


Cleveland Cop Gives Helping Hand with Bong

If only all police were this attentive to the needs of the people.  Here we have one of Cleveland's finest giving a helping hand to a citizen in need of a beer bong.


Hornitos Lime Shot

Beer is one of the mainstays in the tailgate lots.  But there has been a movement to bring more flavor to the ordinary tailgate party.  

One such drink would be tequila shooters, where someone takes a lick of salt, does a shot of tequila, and a bite of lime to finish it off.  That's a lot of extras to lug around in your car.

Enter Hornitos Lime Shot. Hornitos Lime Shot is the perfect accessory for any tailgate as it simplifies the tequila shot occasion by combining Hornitos Plata 100% blue agave tequila with the refreshing taste of lime and a hint of salt. You don’t need to worry about packing salt, lime and knives when they head to the field, as Hornitos Lime Shot combines all elements into a great-tasting shot in a bottle. Not Just Any Tequila will do!

When I broke out the Hornitos Lime Shot, the tequila drinkers were ready to go.  Everyone agreed that the taste was "on the mark."  Now enter the non-tequila drinkers.  Almost every single person was hesitant to give it a shot.  After debating, most tried it out.  And remarkably, to a person, everyone LOVED IT.  The lime and salt balance out the tequila perfectly.

The tequila purists might think that this isn't a true high quality sipping tequila, but that isn't what it is supposed to be.  This is a tequila shooter in a bottle, and it does that quite well.

You can find out more about Hornitos lime shots from their website, as well as their social media accounts.


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Monday Morning Wakeup Call: Labor Day

Labor day.  First weekend of college football.  Ahhh, life is good.


The Great Plate

Check out the Great Plate, a plate with an integrated drink holder in the center to keep a hand free.  The drink holder is large enough to handle most cans and bottles (including coozies!), as well as most disposable cups.



We've all done the awkward clutching of our drink at the tailgate lot when holding a plate of food, trapping the drink between your arm and chest.  The Great Plate hopes to end this nonsense once and for all.




Made from flexible and durable polypropylene, the Great Plate is dishwasher safe, recyclable and proudly made in the USA. They also stack on top of one another to save space when not in use.
The center of the Great Plate is for storing your beverage, while the outer rim is deep enough and wide enough to hold just about any food item you like.



The Great Plate also floats, flies like a frisbee, and works well as a coaster on uneven surfaces, such as furniture or grass.

You can pick up the Great Plate from their website.

To find out more about the Great Plate, check them out at:

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Shotgunning FAIL

I think someone needs to learn how to shotgun a beer.  Another terrific beer shotgunning fail: