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Planning Super Bowl parties

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Whether you want music or great tasting food for tailgating, hosting an all-out Super Bowl party for the week leading up to the game or for the day of the game might be for you.

Ed Haggerty with Classic Party Rentals in Secaucus, N.J., is already getting calls from people who want to have the best Super Bowl party possible. They'll come to you and set up a tent whether large or small in your backyard -- and no need to worry -- heat for the first cold Super Bowl will be included.

New Jersey officials expect anywhere from 150,000 to 225,000 people to be in the state leading up to Super Bowl Sunday. With that in mind, they're hoping for a financial windfall.

Ashley Policastro with PT Events and Sterling Affair Caterers said that even though we're months away from the big game, low- and high-end parties are already being planned.

Dean Vali with New Jersey based Bounce Music and Entertainment is already gathering performers for any style of Super Bowl-related event hoping to benefit from all of the money expected to be spent in the Garden State.

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