Giveaway! Get Your Game on With Tablevogue Table Covers

August 21, 2015 | By | Comments (34)

ultimate tailgate Giveaway! Get Your Game on With Tablevogue Table CoversWhether you’re a season ticket holder or you’re cheering for your favorite team from home, we want to make sure you’re rooting in style this football season! As a Southern Living Licensing Partner, Tablevogue is the must have tailgate accessory that elevates your team spirit in style. Tablevogue table coverings are available in unlimited team color combinations and 8 standard folding table sizes.

We love Tablevogue’s one of a kind floor-length, easy-to-use design because of the tailored drop-pleats that stabilize against breezy, fall weather. Plus, the floor-length coverage offers concealed storage for all of your needs. Tablevogue’s design is constructed with machine-washable, patented soil-release fabric so you can host a worry-free tailgate. The quality construction of these tablecloths will undoubtedly last you many football seasons to come.


HOW TO ENTER: We want to know what your tailgating traditions are! From homemade chili to face paint, everyone celebrates in their own unique way. Tell us what school you’re rooting for and your tips to throwing an amazing tailgate for a chance to win a Tablevogue table cover in your fan favorite colors! Enter by Friday, August 28th for a chance to win. GAME ON!

This contest begins 12:01 AM CST on August 21, 2015 and ends 11:59 PM CST on August 28, 2015. Submit your “original story” under the comments section of this blog post. Official rules here.


  1. Stephanie Coldwell

    When we’re tailgating before a Longhorns game we’re definitely eating! We’ve been enjoying drumsticks lately. We also always play Cornhole! And have lots of friends over!

    August 28, 2015 at 9:34 am
  2. Michelle Coffman-Woodall

    Our tradition is just being together cheering on our favorite teams as a family. Theres nothing like having the whole family together celebrating someone’s team win!!! Look forward to every Sunday

    August 28, 2015 at 6:01 am
  3. Karen Shelly

    Yea, Football season is here!! We travel from Virginia to South Caroline because we are Coastal Carolina Chanticleer Fans. Our son is on the team. Have game… we travel! We have the outdoor TV set up. First we find our parking spot to best capture the satellite exposure and set up the Tailgater dish. The music is set up with the football playlist ready to go (JBL flip 2). Next we bring out the Yeti cooler with our favorite beverages. The teal, black and bronze decorations are set up and out comes the food. By now the TV is all set and the surfing begins for the latest scores. The grill is fired up and all the munchies are added. Always a great way to pregame and meet new friends. After the game back to the tailgate to get an update on all the games. All this while celebrating our game… make for the perfect Saturday!! GO Chants!

    August 27, 2015 at 9:18 pm
  4. Just Keep Sweeping

    Our traditions for tailgating is to bbq cheddarbrats, and bbq pulled pork! We also always try and make corn on the cob, and have some sort of cut up fresh fruit like pineapple or watermelon. We root for the USC,Go Trojans!! Good food, good

    August 27, 2015 at 2:04 am
  5. Mary Mullaney Welte

    Our tradition is burgers, hot dogs, wings, chips, dips and drinks, rooting for penn state, WE ARE! Would love a table cover that doesn’t need to be taped down

    August 27, 2015 at 12:43 am
  6. Jennifer Pherigo

    On game day we fry up some hot wings and homemade deep fried tacos French fries and have chips and dip. We never go hungry on game day!!

    August 26, 2015 at 2:46 pm
  7. Linda Wanhala

    UW-Whitewater. Purple all the way. I use a plastic rolling 3 drawer dresser to keep all my tailgating equipment in. Paper plates, napkins, hand wipes, utensils, salt and pepper etc. I just load it in the truck every game and I have everything ready to go.

    August 26, 2015 at 2:34 pm
  8. Sara Schwab

    I’m rooting for my home school Salamanca central high school football team , I love sport, my favorite is football . I love tailgates . My spread during football is hot chocolate, pizza, wings, dips, chips, pretzels,cheeses,pepperoni, crackers , on the grill hotdogs, BBQ Chicken, sausages, roasted veggies and fruits ,salads Mac roni, potato salads ,bake beans, deserts football cookies, cake and yummy drinks. I invite all my family and friends.

    August 26, 2015 at 1:01 pm
  9. Linda Bragg

    Go University of Illinois! We always bbq hotdogs, burgers and wings.

    August 26, 2015 at 12:49 pm
  10. Jeanne Simon

    We are new to this college tailgating this year. Have two schools to root for MIZZOU and UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI-OHIO. Can’t wait to make traditions and cook lots of food!!

    August 26, 2015 at 12:40 pm
  11. Stephanie Cummings Parten

    I love football, as being a single female , I always have a football spread every game. #bbq #homecooked as food and friends.

    August 26, 2015 at 12:40 pm
  12. Karen Moore

    LSU! We bring lots of food to snack on with plenty of beverages, music and team spirit!

    August 26, 2015 at 12:37 pm
  13. Susan Hatcher

    Go DAWGS!! Fire up the grill, load with wings and jalapeño poppers. A few other dips and chips and a loaded cooler. Bring on the game!! We are ready!

    August 25, 2015 at 9:49 pm
  14. Marvin Jackson

    Please tell me how to put.water system under plastic for flower bed & im trying to turn my home into show case like I see in your magazine thanks

    August 24, 2015 at 11:40 pm
  15. Ashley

    We are huge Ole Miss fans so we really stand out here in Alabama during football season! Our Alabama and Auburn friends tolerate us and even come to our game day festivities. Our usual fare consists of muffalatas, grilled chicken or burgers, a variety of dips, cheese balls and salads. And, of course, I top it off with a sweet – typically Mississippi Mud cake or another sheet cake. We really like having everyone over and watching the game outside and setting up the tables under the trees in our backyard so it actually feels like we’re at the Grove with our friends. The kids like to play corn hole while the rest of us watch the game. We’re super excited this year! Hotty Toddy!

    August 24, 2015 at 11:11 pm
  16. Dawn K


    August 23, 2015 at 4:17 am
  17. Jennifer W

    I’m a huge Kentucky fan. My tradition consist of wearing my UK blue during game day and hanging many flags outside my home. Traditional southern food is the choice for tailgating.

    August 22, 2015 at 10:45 am
  18. Pam C

    Colorado School of Mines! We do small fritos bags with homemade chili, olive/cheese sticks, cookies with M on them~
    would love a pretty table cloth in blue or gray, thanks~

    August 22, 2015 at 7:14 am
  19. Greg Kramer (@theVictoryPlan)

    A Southern gem, Stetson University, recently reestablished their football program after a 57 year hiatus. In 2013, this picturesque Southern University began the task of rebuilding their football team with the full support of their hometown. This was the very same year my son entered as a freshman at the school and we have had so much fun tailgating with our friends and family. Small town heritage with a big heart and lots of charm establishing new traditions which will last years to come!! This meager squad of bighearted players with a small offense was given a very little chance of winning, but who against all the odds, won their first homecoming game after 57 years. For tailgating, we use several folding tables because they are easy to pack and transport. These inexpensive tables are very versatile but don’t stand out on their own. We believe your table covering transforms your simple folding table into big team pride! Three years later we have grown into a tailgating family who enjoys spending time together! Go Hatters (Yes, that’s Stetson Hatters of the Stetson Hat company)!

    August 21, 2015 at 10:04 pm
  20. Marie

    Our tradition is to send the kids to Clemson! We gather under the trees and bunches of us share food, stories, laughter, and tiger pride. The kids even slide down the dirt hill on sleds. No snow but the snow sleds work on the South Carolina dirt. Our menu is favorites from everyone’s past. Tons of great food but we are lacking a Tiger tablecloth. Go Tigers!!

    August 21, 2015 at 8:51 pm
  21. Anna

    We are Auburn fans and alums and we like to tailgate in the grassy area of our old apartment complex as it is one of the few places not overtaken by condos or private tailgate companies. We set up the tent, the cornhole, the karaoke machine and mic and do all sorts of goofy stuff. Once we pretended to be a radio station on location and started asking people for game predictions and they were actually acting like we were for real!

    August 21, 2015 at 7:45 pm
  22. Karen C

    Cheering on the Alabama Crimson Tide, we prepare game day appetizers, refreshing drinks, fun desserts, pull out the pom poms and team flags, and make things a family affair.

    August 21, 2015 at 5:40 pm
  23. Lizana

    We’ve tried it all and the most popular tailgating we host is our version of stadium food. Hot dogs with gourmet sausages is a huge hit, along with all the trimmings and sides. Oven fresh nachos with delicious cheeses and fresh peppers, grilled burgers, fries, and lots of chips are also on the menu. Round it out with a selection of beers, ales, and wine and we’ve got happy fans. We cheer for a handful of schools because we went to different schools and grew up in different parts of the USA. Lafayette College and University of Colorado usually top the list.

    August 21, 2015 at 5:31 pm
  24. Janet L

    Born and raised in Virginia, it’s only fitting that our VT game day celebrations include Virginia country ham & boiled peanuts. I also have adopted your recipe for “sausage, bean & spinach dip” as a game day staple (a heating pad underneath the dish ensures it will stay warm & gooey). I also, always keep extra blankets and thermos’ of apple cider & coffee on hand for those chilly evening games. Go Hokies!!

    August 21, 2015 at 1:55 pm
  25. Crystal Tatum

    We cook up appetizers and play corn hole waiting for the game to come on at Grandma’s on Sunday’s! Go Panthers!

    August 21, 2015 at 1:52 pm
  26. debbie

    University of Tulsa….We tailgate at home in Texas and if TU is playing an away game close we travel to see them. Our tailgate is all things Texas when it comes to food and drinks but our heart is all TU.

    August 21, 2015 at 1:32 pm
  27. Sara Roth

    Our tradition (whether at the stadium, or at a game watch party) is to always have some freshly made pepperoni rolls! They are a staple at any WVU Mountaineers tailgate! Throw in some ice cold brews, John Denver playing in the background and everything decked out in old gold and blue and you got yourself a perfect tailgate! LET’S GOOOO MOUNTAINEERS!

    August 21, 2015 at 1:29 pm
  28. karen s

    The team we cheer for is our OSU Cowboys!! We love to tailgate, and have learned that it is better to have extra food instead of not enough. Who doesn’t love leftovers? We have a grill that folds up and is easy to transport and we take advantage of it! Burgers, dogs, chicken, and all the fixins. We pack blankets, umbrellas, and balls to throw around too. I have found that most important tailgating item to always pack is a first aid kit and plenty of ibuprofen. With our bunch, there seems to always be a need for it, especially when alcohol and ball throwing combine! Go POKES!

    August 21, 2015 at 12:52 pm
  29. Andrea

    We love to do what we affectionately refer to as an “egger and kegger”= an early morning tailgate for afternoon games. Bloody Mary’s and Big Orange mimosas pair well with breakfast casseroles and sausage balls. Everyone has a great time in the morning, Tennessee wins the game in the afternoon, and everyone is safe to drive home after! GO VOLS!!!

    August 21, 2015 at 12:36 pm
  30. Johannah Brookwell

    These would be great for tailgating…looks perfect for my table size too.

    August 21, 2015 at 12:09 pm
  31. Lacey T

    Rocking the tailgate at Lake Martin and cheering on the Auburn Tigers by a fire next to the lake with family and friends!

    August 21, 2015 at 10:35 am
  32. Lisa Christopher Grimes

    We plan our meal around the time of the game, light snacks and drinks. This will be prepared for a crowd as we never know how many will drop by. Our tent is white with UK Wildcat Blue paper products and blue and white serveware. It would look much better on this Tablevogue table cover!

    August 21, 2015 at 8:51 am
  33. gmcl

    and TAMU is the school we’d be cheering for

    August 21, 2015 at 8:32 am
  34. gmcl

    Our tradition includes simple snacks and a cooler with soft drinks– but seeing the inviting tables shown, it could be more!

    August 21, 2015 at 8:30 am

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