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Edward Teach

Questions about Tailgating the Redskins game

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I am going to the game this weekend and I want to tailgate, so I have a couple of questions for those of you who feel like responding.

Where are the best parking lots for tailgating located? How much does it cost to park there? How early should I get there? I am driving up Sunday morning from Wilmington and we need to know how early to leave to ensure getting a prime spot.

I was also thinking of attending the Huddle Tailgate to meet some members and to contribute to the Huddle Toys for Tots fund. Where is it located? What would be the closest area to park to be close to it?

Or, if you would like to invite my girlfriend, myself, and one non-aggressive Redskins fan to your tailgate, let me know! We are good people and are looking for a great tailgate experience.

Thanks in advance.

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