MIDLAND- Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest day of the year for football fans but it is also a busy day for many pizza chains.
NewsWest 9 got an inside look at how Domino's Pizza is preparing for their super bowl Sunday.
"Super Bowl Sunday is the largest day of the year and we start ordering extra inventory at least two weeks in advance to be prepared. It's game day for us," Franchise Owner, James Gerety of Domino's in Midland.
Domino's has all of their employees "on deck" for Super Bowl Sunday as they need all the help that they can get.
"For us, it's about the rush and what you see behind my shoulder is an example of the rush, except it will be even crazier tomorrow (Sunday)," Gerety said.
On a regular Sunday, they receive around 3,000 orders, but on Sunday, they expect to see a lot more.
"We will probably average in the neighborhood of 4,000 orders this weekend. Probably around 12,000 pizzas," Gerety said.
With the large number of people wanting to order in for the Super Bowl, Domino's suggests that customers order online.
"The best way to go is to go to online and place your order well ahead. You can do a timed order, set it up for when you want it and not have to stress about it and worry about it while you're watching the Super Bowl game," Gerety said.
You can also order your pizza using the Domino's Mobile App that is available on iPhone and Android devices. To place an pre-order before the Super Bowl Sunday rush, visit