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Collegiate Licensed Pole Caddy

Posted by Dave On August - 12 - 2010

Florida State Pole CaddyAround this time last year we introduced you to the Original Pole Caddy. In a nutshell, it is a drink holder/utility tray that fits around your umbrella pole or pop-up tent leg. The sample I received last year was fantastic to the point it became a regular part of my tailgating gear I would bring to the stadium. My wife would even ask for it by name and ask, “did you pack the Pole Caddy?”. When the wife approves of your tailgating gear, you know you have a winner on your hands.

The Pole Caddy is a little bit different this year in that they have made some improvements to it. Most notably they have made it so that it fits better on a tailgating tent leg. To use your Pole Caddy on your pop-up tent, simply take one of the expandable legs out of the top piece, slip the Pole Caddy on the top portion and return the bottom leg. Now you can tighten the Pole Caddy to your desired height. Take a look at our most recent demo video showing how easy it is to use the Pole Caddy on a tailgating tent.

For you college football tailgaters, another change to the Pole Caddy this year is that they now offer collegiate licensed Pole Caddies. Fans of schools like Florida, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Purdue, Miami, Louisville, Penn State, Tennessee, etc., etc. can now use the Pole Caddy while showing their support for their team. The handful of schools mentioned previously is only a small sample of those schools with collegiate licensing. A total of 36 colleges and universities are represented on the Pole Caddy with more being added.

If you would like to see if your school is represented, check out our Pole Caddy section of our tailgating gear store, Shop.TailgatingIdeas.com.

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