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February 3, 2008

Albany -- It was Super Sunday all over the United States and many South Georgians got into the game spirit during the big game.

Both New York Giants and New England Patriots fans filled local sport bars Sunday night.

The waitresses at LoCo's Bar and Grill worked hard all night filling orders as the Super Bowl game was shown on the television screens.

But other South Georgians preferred to celebrate and watch the game in the comfort of their own homes.

"Either one is cool. The atmosphere here is probably a lot better than at a house party, but at the same time the house party is more intimate.

I had some plans to go to a party, but I've been out all day shopping. So I am kind of tired and hungry. So I will just go home and watch the game," said Chris Cameron.

Loco's also had a constant flow of customers coming in Sunday night for pick-up orders.

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