As the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos prepare to clash in Sunday’s Super Bowl, supermarkets in their hometowns are preparing for a rush of customers shopping for game day festivities. Bill Neve, district manager for Washington-based Albertsons, said his stores are treating the game like a major holiday. He expects the surge of customers to start Friday and last up until game time on Sunday. To prepare for customers' needs, associates in some departments will start work earlier ...

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