The Madness of March is known for the action on the basketball court, but there is also madness at sports bars during the tournament.
Tailgators in Brandon saw a big spike in business during the first two days of the madness. One manager says the restaurant schedules more people to deal with the increase in customers. An employee of Tailgators says that during the normal hours that restaurants are usually slow, doesn't apply to March Madness.
Yesterday was busy all day long. Even though people were supposed to be at work they were here eating, drinking and watching a bunch of games, Tom Osberg said.
Mangers at the restaurant says that the tournament is the start of when business starts to pick up going into the summer.