PHOTO GALLERY: Wise Guys Pizza deals with a busy Super Bowl Sunday

Sunday, February 5, 2012 | 9:29 p.m. CST; updated 9:35 p.m. CST, Sunday, February 5, 2012

Super Bowl Sunday is a big day for pizzerias, both national chains and local eateries. Wise Guys Pizza, which is located at 7 N. Sixth St., braced for a busy Super Bowl Sunday. General manager Josh Bachman brought in twice his usual staff.

Wise Guys Pizza employee Cameron Orscheln reads a pizza order as Adam Mordica answers a telephone Sunday. While the Super Bowl increased sales at Wise Guys, delivery drivers said Missouri's game against Kansas on Saturday was busier.
A pepperoni pizza and chicken wings await to be cooked on Sunday at Wise Guys Pizza. Pepperoni is the most popular topping for Wise Guys costumers.
Steve Wilson and Marvin Peart walk out of Wise Guys Pizza with their carry-out order before the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Phil Jennings, left, Trent Tumbleson and Aubrey Baker make pizzas at Wise Guys Pizza during the Super Bowl on Sunday. Wise Guys doubled its scheduled staff to accommodate the increased orders during the game.
Delivery driver Cameron Orscheln leaves Wise Guys Pizza to deliver a pizza to Brookside Apartments during the Super Bowl on Sunday. During the Super Bowl in 2011, Wise Guys sold 175 pizzas and expected to match that number this year as well.

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