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February 1, 2008

Albany -- With super bowl Sunday just a few days away, some electronics stores can barely keep TV's on the shelf.

The General Manager of Aaron's says that sales and rentals have been phenomenal, especially high definition televisions with clearer pictures.

And with the big game coming up, there's a common theme with customers.

"Everyone wants the biggest. We're going anywhere from a 52", all the way up to 73". Most people that are coming in, they want big, large. They have to have a big size for a big party, so everyone's just having a good time," said William Thomas, Aaron's General Manager.

Aaron's only carries televisions that will be useable after the switch to digital TV next year.

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