A jaw-dropping 600 people attend Anil's block party, probably also making it one of the city's largest block get-togethers. In fact, by block party standards, Anil's block party is definitely classified as a "blowout." From a rented beer truck and hired DJ to a dunk tank and even port-o-johns, Anil and his fellow organizers have thought of everything. Here's how they do it, year after year ...
Step 1: Organize a team
Finance manager -- collect money and deposit in the block party association bank account
Beer truck manager
Banner management (banner used for publicity; more on that in a moment)
Dunk tank manager
Name tag managers
No parking signs (pick them up from the alderman's office and hang them the day of the party)
Jumping Jack supervisors
Bike parade organizers
Portable toilet manager
Dog show organizer
If you're counting, that's more than 15 jobs. But let's face it: the guy who hangs the parking signs can probably handle doing double duty as the port-o-john manager. Considering all of the food that's needed for 600 people, most people on Anil's team will pull double duty chopping onions for all of those brats ...