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Restaurant provides Super Bowl rides home

Glenn Eames Glenn Eames
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

If you're headed out to watch the big game in Albany, one restaurant wants you to get home safely. Smoke and Fire on Gillionville Road is expecting a big crowd for the Super Bowl.

The staff wants everyone to have a good time, but also a designated ride home. 

The restaurant will be giving rides home to anyone that's inebriated and can't drive. 

"Figured if people came and didn't have a designated driver, and had a couple too many, well I would personally give them a ride back to their house where they wouldn't get into trouble," said owner Glenn Eames.

The game kicks off at 6:30 p.m., so there's still plenty of time to get down to your favorite restaurant or your friend's house.

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