Food prep for Super Bowl

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TRI-CITIES, Wash. -- The Big day is finally here and that means most of you are together right now at Super Bowl parties. We found out how busy some local businesses were preparing for the madness!

Dave Tuthill is the owner of wing stop. He says Super Bowl Sunday is his busiest day. They drop 1,200 wings in the fryer every 15 minutes, all day long. He expects to go through 15,000 by the end of the game.

"It definitely is awesome, and it is crazy but it's a good kind of crazy. You can see everyone's still having fun, no ones really panicking," said Tuthill.

He says it takes 18 people to work this chaotic day. Three times more than any Friday or Saturday night. His 11-year old daughter even comes to help.

"Today is like the biggest day, so we need a lot of help," said Katelyn.

"It's easy but it hurts your throat after a while when you're yelling off the names but for the most part it's pretty easy," she said.

As the Seahawks fans pour in to get their wings, others piled into Carmike Theatre to watch the game on the big screen.

We checked in with pizza places in the area. Most of them told us they were backed up to over an hour delivery wait.