8.02.2007

A Merry Little Jaunt to Raljon, Maryland.


Being in the D.C. area, we're naturally all too familiar with Redskins fans and their shame cycle of outsize preseason expectations only to be met with despair in Week 7 when it dawns on them that their season will amount to no more than a top 10 pick in the draft. This year, said expectations are a little more muted, what with the absence of the usual three to four big-ticket free agent signings.

Luckily, rare is the occasion that Steelers fans actually have to go to FedEx Field. It's a bitch to get in and out of, and even though it holds 90,000 people, it's about a third as intimidating a football atmosphere than RFK was.

DC Steeler Nation president Sterling Stone offers up a solution that will at least deal with the first problem when the Steelers come to town Aug. 18.

For the Redskins preseason game there will be an OFFICIAL DCSN tailgate and road trip.

Arrive at the Pour House for some suprises at 4 p.m.

Thanks to our friends over at the Boomerang Bus. We have a SWEET deal for one of their buses. Only $30 bucks will get you on the bus, and plenty of beer, and limited food. Feel free to bring anything you want (food or beer), But there will be beer on the bus. The best part is, you dont have to drive and we can drink on the bus.

Bus leaves the Pour House at 5pm for bus-inspired tailgate at FedEx Field.

Questions? Email Sterling at fubuy2g1@gmail.com

Please RSVP by August 12th as there are only 40 spots on the bus. Payment is the day of the game.
Not too shabby. Hopefully we don't run afoul of the Dead Tree Crew in the lots. Those guys are scary.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, the DTC doesnt attend preseason games. But we will be there on Septepmber 9th. Please introduce yourself as the guy that talks ahit about us on multiple blogs and we will be sure show you what "scary" is.

Faggot.

Christmas Ape said...

Yes, I'll be sure to introduce myself. Because, as a Steelers fan, I totally plan on attending the Redskins home opener against the Dolphins.