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Businesses put in long hours to prepare for Saturday's Badger gameSubmitted: 03/28/2015
RHINELANDER - Local businesses will do a lot do prepare for Saturday's Badger game.

That means buying extra supplies and getting ready to serve more customers.

Aaron Schultz owner of Big Daddy's Bar in Rhinelander says preparing for events like this is extremely important for local business owners.


"We have prepped ahead for our usual Saturday night specials, so that we don't have to deal with those kind of issues while the game is trying to go on," said Schultz. "I've got my help that's coming in a little bit earlier to help me out, to handle the volume of people."

Schultz says one of the things he loves about the business is that every day is different.

He says he tries to be ready for any number of customers, but he doesn't ever expect a certain turnout.

"We'll be doing I'm sure a fair amount of food so we did buy extra supplies and that kind of stuff," said Schultz. "Bulk up our prep work and what not to make sure that we can handle the food order that are going to come in here, and everything runs smoothly so people can enjoy the game."

Schultz says his business would benefit greatly if the Badgers make it into the Final Four.


Story By: Wren Clair

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