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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

March Madness is in full swing and South Georgia businesses say it's good-pick-me up for the economy.

The folks at Buffalo Wild Wings are expecting college basketball fans to come out in full force in the next couple of weeks and they're ready.

The restaurant has more than 50 TVs and seven 80-inch projector screens, suitable for any fans' need.

The general manager says this is a perfect spot to enjoy the games with family and friends.

"I think it's a great opportunity for a community on top of we're a very family friendly restaurant. You can bring your kids, we have video games for the kids to play while you drink beer and watch TV Sports is our main theme, so wing, beer, sports all day long," said Kristy Jenkins.

The NCAA Basketball tournament will continue now until April 8th, when a champion will be crowned in Atlanta.

 

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