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Mar 14,2006


Tailgating Goes High-Tech

by NewsUSA

It's football Saturday. Your cooler is stocked with burgers, brats and dogs, along with assorted beverages of choice. Portable grill? Check. Team flag? Got it.

Decked out in your jersey and face painted in your team's colors, you're ready for a morning (or afternoon) of tailgating. But will your tailgating camp stand out from the rest?

Besides outstanding food and an abundant supply of drinks, what will make the novice in the next RV green with envy? State-of-the-art technology that turns your vehicle into the ultimate tailgating machine, complete with all the sports coverage any fan could want.

This technology, from KVH Industries, is a family of satellite television systems made especially for your RV, SUV or minivan.

KVH's TracVision antennas provide hundreds of channels of uninterrupted satellite television and commercial-free music - allowing you to enjoy pre-game coverage or other games being played across the country.

In fact, TracVision antennas are a must-have accessory for football commentator John Madden, who uses TracVision in his Madden Cruiser, and Joe Cahn, "Commissioner of Tailgating" who travels to more than 45 stadiums and NASCAR tracks per year.

Smaller vehicles at the stadium can enjoy the benefits of satellite TV, too, using the TracVision A5. At 5 inches high, the antenna mounts securely to your roof rack and is built to withstand the rigors of the road - or the parking lot. The system's satellite receiver stores easily under a seat or in the trunk of your car.

Because it works while the car is in motion, the TracVision A5 is ideal for the truly devoted fans who follow their team from place to place.

As the ultimate tailgating expert, Cahn recommends these additional essentials for your next tailgate:

* Comfortable shoes for walking.

* Extra ice - because you never want to run out.

* First aid kit, just in case.

* Sunblock. "Even if you burn the food, there's no reason for you to burn."

* Jumper cables (because you don't want to stay in the parking lot all day).

* Plastic garbage bags for cleanup.

For more information about the TracVision A5 from KVH, visit www.kvh.com.

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