Top 3 Tips for Storing Tailgating Equipment

It is finally game day! You have been looking forward to this all season. Ensure your tailgating must haves are ready to go with a seasonal storage unit. We have the knowledge to store everything from precious sports memorabilia to grills and outdoor furniture. So, enjoy your hot dogs and burgers out by the stadium before the game with these easy storing tips.

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Keep it clean

Coolers, bags, and most importantly the grill, need a good cleaning. Before the next game scrub anything used for food. The grill is a perfect place for rodents to find their feast. Stop them from even entering your storage unit by removing all grease and food crumbs. The sooner you do this after the game, the better.

Know the gate hours

It’s game day! Are you missing anything? Make sure you know what the gate hours are so you can make the game in time. Knowing hours of operation will help alleviate your stress if you did forget something. A quick run to the storage facility and grab what you need. Make sure everything is labeled so this quick pit stop can be just that, fast.

Storing the sports gear

There is nothing like a quick game of Frisbee before the game. Store your sports gear in clearly labeled bins or bags so you can grab them and go. These bins and bags for sports items are also good for storing around the house. The garage can act as an storage area for outdoor equipment and stay organized with these storage containers.

While you focus on your pre-game activities we have your outdoor seasonal storage. With these tips your items area ready to hit the parking lot no matter what the weather is doing. Bundle up or get the canopy out, either way you are sure to have the best party.

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About the Author: Tim is an SEO Strategist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. He is a self-storage industry specialist who has written about everything from storage advice and helpful resources to industry trends. In his free time, Tim enjoys sampling craft beer and exploring the local music scene.