By: Jillian Wilson
Downtown Moline felt the rush of people today and businesses cashed in.
Between Ashford's graduation and the regatta this weekend, folks from all over were sleeping, eating, and spending money in the QC.
Restaurants like river house had to bring in more staff to take care of the crowds.
"We're anticipating a pretty high volume this afternoon, we have lots of reservations and large parties coming in here, so we've kind of beefed up the staff, so we can accommodate everybody," says rich foster, the general manager for the river house.
The manager says the location of the restaurant makes it a prime spot, especially on Sundays, when not many places are open.