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By Tayleigh Davis - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Business owners are raking in the dough at pizza places across town.

The general manager of Dominos Pizza on Dawson road says Super Bowl Sunday is one of his busiest days of the year.

He's fully staffed, employees were answering calls, and customers were pulling into the parking lot to pick up orders when we stopped by Sunday evening.

It's supposed to be a busy night and we've been expecting a lot, so we're hoping for the best," said employee, Jessica Searcy.

Employees say Dominos also had extended hours  to accommodate customers.


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