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04/16/2016

Baggo: A Winning Fundraising Idea

If you have been to a tailgate for a sporting event, you have most likely seen or been a part of a friendly game of Baggo. This pastime has now become a staple of outdoor gaming that combines competitiveness with ease of gameplay to create a wonderfully simple and fun game for the whole family.
04/13/2016

Specialty Themed Baggo Boards

Baggo is a favorite pastime of many Americans. It was created in the late 1940s, in the upper Midwest, and initially could only be played outdoors. The large boards and heavy bean bags were not conducive to placement inside, and they were difficult to transport. Given the increasing popularity of the game throughout the United States, the Baggo Company worked tirelessly to make the game more practical and transportable.
02/16/2016

A HISTORY OF BAG THROWING GAMES

If youíve been to a party in a backyard, you might be familiar with games that involve throwing things into other things. If youíve been to a good party in a good backyard, then youíre probably familiar with games like cornhole or Baggo.
02/08/2016

THE ORIGINS OF TAILGATING

Tailgating is as American a tradition as there is. Most Americans have probably tailgated at one point or another in their lives, probably because of a football game. Whether itís pro, college, or any other level of football, tailgating is a part of the fan experience, and the culture would be lesser without it.
01/16/2016

THE ETIQUETTE OF TAILGATING

Tailgating has become as much a part of football as the sport of football itself. You could say, in fact, that tailgating in America has become a sport on its own. There are always competitions at tailgating parties. Who makes the best ribs? Whose barbecue is the most mouth-watering? Who is the best at flip cup? Who can embarrass themselves the most by attempting something athletic? And those are just a start.
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