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Super Bowl Sunday means more work for sports bar personnel

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Super Bowl Sunday is an American tradition and almost an American holiday. And the way many people celebrate is having big Super Bowl Parties.

Those who work in sports bars expect to make more money than usual on Super Bowl Sunday.

"I always look forward to Super Bowl Sunday and other big games because it means I can make more money," said Rachel Benson, a waitress at a sports bar.

"I love the Super Bowl because I love to watch football. But I also like the fact that people spend more money on food and drinks and that means a bigger tip for me," said Bryan MacDonald, a server at restaurant that has a sports bar.

"I think people eat and drink more on Super Bowl Sunday. I look forward to this game because I always make more money," said Susanna Davis, a sports bar server.



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