While there are some signs that the recession has affected the big-money spectacle of Super Bowl XLIII — Playboy has cancelled its annual party, and big-time marketers General Motors and FedEx will not advertise during the game — plenty of restaurants across the country plan to make hay on Super Bowl Sunday. Nowhere is that more apparent than the home markets of the game’s contestants, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Arizona Cardinals. The Super Bowl, which takes place on Sunday, is ...

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