Jolly Good Fellow
'No tailgating on campus, but we have beer now so come to the stadium 2 hours early and tailgate.'
Hmm, interesting. Obviously you are more cyber savvy than I am. LOLIf you actually went through the “transfer” option under your account, then yes, that can only be done one time. If you just forward the email link as I outlined above, it’s accessible by more than one device. At least apple devices, because I just imported my UCF tickets to my own apple wallet, and then with the steps I outlined above, also loaded my UCF tickets to 2 of my employees’ Apple wallets while they are still in my wallet.
From earlier email today ...'No tailgating on campus, but we have beer now so come to the stadium 2 hours early and tailgate.'
They’re just driving our activities off campus. We’re still tailgating just not at GT.It's all about trying to limit the ability for COVID to spread.
They don't want groups interacting with other groups of people. Basically, they want you to arrive, go to the stadium, get into the stadium, get some discounted food and drink and get to your socially distanced seats. The less groups interact with each other the lower the chances of COVID spread at the game.
It’s a maximum of 50 people, correct? We’re about half that. I haven‘t seen any restrictions anywhere except the number 50 chucked around in various news stories.Be forewarned that the city of Atlanta may prohibit tailgating too. There are city policies in place regarding gatherings of people, even in small numbers.
I don't know for sure, but I thought it was far less than that --- like around 10 people. I will see what I can find out.
“Small private gatherings of no more than ten (10) individuals, with appropriate social distancing shall be permitted on City of Atlanta property; and This subsection shall not apply to cohabitating persons outside of their homes, family units or roommates residing together in private homes, persons in the same households, or to any businesses or activities specifically governed by the Governor’s June Executive Order.”
For what it’s worth, I have heard through law enforcement friends not to be surprised if groups (aka tailgating) isn’t asked to be broken up if spotted and said group isn’t social distancing among members.
Here is the latest release from the City of Atlanta Mayor's Office: https://www.atlantaga.gov/Home/Components/News/News/13438/672I don't know for sure, but I thought it was far less than that --- like around 10 people. I will see what I can find out.
- Stay home except for essential trips
- Wear a face mask in public (City mandate)
- Frequent hand washing
- Social distancing
- Small, private gatherings of no more than 10 people, with social distancing
I would THINK the back yard of a private dwelling should be ok.We’re at a guy’s house with a huge back yard close to campus. I guess if Atlanta PD is running around raiding people’s homes we’re going to have some trouble. We’re not a fun group to wantonly screw with.