Marijuana stores across the country are bracing for one of their biggest sales weekends in history: The Super Bowl.

While the annual football festival is traditionally associated with beer and liquor, pot is quickly gaining ground.

Fans say marijuana provides an alternative way to celebrate — without the hangover.

"You can be social, have a good time and still be a human being and go to work the next day," said Justin Bishoff, manager of the Denver-based GroundSwell cannabis dispensary.

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Trevor Hughes ~ USAToday.com

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