It's not just the players gearing up for Sunday's big game.
Businesses all across country and here in the Quad Cities are prepping their buffalo wings and stocking up on food in anticipation of a busy Super Bowl Sunday.
Several businesses we spoke with say they're bringing on additional staff to handle the load.
"We just have people coming in early," says Steve Cogdill, General Manager for Bent River Brewery. "We'll pre-fill growlers; that's our biggest thing during the day and then just having extra staff at night for partygoers."
When it comes to busy days, local owners say Super Bowl Sunday is one of the busiest.
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