Ready to serve hungry fans on 'Super Sunday'
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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Anthony Scariati is a Pizza Hut District Manager. On Sunday, he visits a number of his stores as they get ready for the busiest day of the year.
"Ovens will be packed. People will be going back and forth, phones will be ringing off the hook. Yeah, the pressure will be on," said Scariati.
The pressure for Pizza Hut to make over 2 million pizzas nationwide and 10-thousand here in Florida.
"Whether it's meat-lovers, pepperoni with jalapenos, pepperoni by itself. Pepperoni is the most popular topping that there is," added Scariati.
Over at Revolutions in CityPlace, the upscale bowling alley is gearing up for its first ever Super Bowl. They're working on getting the wings moving.
By just before kickoff, 500 wings were cooked with another thousand to be made before the final whistle.
"First big game show for us. We've only been open for a month, so we're getting excited for this day," said Revolutions General Mangaer Chad Reeves.