GLENDALE, AZ - Valley businesses are counting on the Fiesta Bowl to give them a win in their registers.
Business owners At Westgate shopping center in Glendale have been planning out their merchandise for the past week. Most of them catering to all the KSU and Oregon fans' team spirit.
Many of the stores at Westgate changed their hours in hopes of catching shoppers before, during and after the game.
The shopping center usually gets great business when the national hockey league comes into town,but with it being put on hold their main focus is now on football.
"We're really expecting a lot of people to be out here. A lot of fun a lot of good energy. We are doing some face painting. Whatever team logo they want we will paint it," said Mahalia parazia at C'est Bien skin care.
Over at la Lady designs, the store owner spent the last week working on creating scarves, and tshirts to catch the eyes of fans.
"Business has really piled up with all the custom things I have made for the football crowd. Not all football stuff is very girly so I try to make things a little blingy and a little more feminine. So we have fitted tees for the ladies, blinged hats, little hair flowers with the teams logos in them," said Brittney Montgomery of la Lady designs.
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