“We’re going to be pretty busy:” Packers fans prep for Sunday’s big game!

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- In living rooms are in bars throughout Wisconsin people will be glued to the nearest television Sunday evening to watch the Green Bay Packers vie for the NFC Championship title. So where are people searching to find the perfect big screen for the big game?

You could be the MVP host this Sunday but you've got to act fast.

"Yeah, it's selling fast, it's hard to keep it in stock," said Zach Bartz, Bartz's Party Store.

Bartz's with Bartz's Party Store hasn't stopped stocking the shelves. Week after week the Packers bring home a win which has Bartz's busy trying to keep up with customer demand.

"We try to cover the whole gamete of everything, plates and napkins is the big draw, everyone likes them with the Packers G on there, up to the cheeseheads or balloons to decorate your house," said Bartz.

"Mostly green and gold and balloon trees, lots of balloon trees. People use those as a center piece on the tables," said Josh Ebert, Bartz worker.

And in the spirit of an even playing field, Bartz carries a small sampling of Seahawks stuff.

"We do, we do. There's always those few out there that have to have the other team," said Bartz.

So once you've got your green and gold, it's time to sit back and relax as Aaron would say -- in front of your new big screen!

"We've had a lot of interest in televisions, people are coming in because the Packers are still in the playoffs so they want to watch the Packers on the best TV possible," said Dave Didier, with Flanner's Home Entertainment.

And Flanner's has you covered too -- right now you can score a touchdown with the deals they've got.

"They have dropped the prices on the Sony TV's for the next 2 weeks and we figure we're going to be pretty busy and if the Packers win, excuse me, when they will tomorrow, we will definitely see an increase in business from the game," said Didier.

Because on Sunday you can guess just about every Wisconsinite will be cheering on the Pack!

Both Flanner's and Bartz's are open tomorrow so there's still time to grab a TV and party supplies before the big game at 2 p.m. on Sunday.