SOURCE: Tailgate Media, LLC

September 06, 2007 11:00 ET

Tailgate Media Announces the Return of TheTailgater.com, the Internet's Most Comprehensive Tailgating Resource

On the Internet: www.TheTailgater.com

WESTFIELD, NJ--(Marketwire - September 6, 2007) - Tailgate Media today announced the re-launch of TheTailgater.com, an Internet-based magazine that looks at tailgating at NFL, NCAA and NASCAR events all over the United States. Containing feature articles, columnists, recipes, new products and tips, The Tailgater "webzine" brings together tailgating fans with information and entertainment pieces that aid fans going to the game or race.

"It isn't just about grilling brats," says Mark Dau, TheTailgater.com editor. "The Tailgater captures the spirit and enthusiasm of the entire day." The webzine showcases fans and their tailgates from parking lots all over the United States as they assemble hours before the big event to enjoy the camaraderie, festive atmosphere and delectable delicacies of tailgating.

Tailgate traditions, customs and preparation are all showcased as The Tailgater solicits readers' stories of tailgates gone by, favorite recipes and tips. The editors purposefully provide an interactive and fan-friendly website that invites two-way communication. Subscription is free.

"This webzine was created to fill a void on the Internet," says Dau. "We saw a need to bring together all the various elements of tailgating into one concise source." The Tailgater webzine is chock full of features that tailgaters can reference before heading to the game. Stadium tailgate policies, weather forecasts, and a tailgate check-list and calculator are just some of the helpful resources provided in The Tailgater. Additionally, The Tailgater now offers tailgating equipment and sports apparel for sale.

"It's the one source on the web where tailgaters from all over the country can come together," says Dau. "It's for folks who love to grill, cheer and chug a cold one."

To see what all the excitement is about, point your browser to www.TheTailgater.com or e-mail the site at info@TheTailgater.com.

Tailgate Media, headquartered in Westfield, N.J., was formed in 2007 to conceptualize and develop sports-related programming. The staff of Tailgate Media has a combined 50-plus years of media and business experience. For more information about Tailgate Media or their media projects, you can e-mail them at info@TheTailgater.com.

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    Mark Dau
    Tailgate Media, LLC
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