Jun 8, 2013 2:52 AM by Sam Salzwedel
TUCSON - Businesses are getting ready to change their habits in the summer months.
Brandy McQuillen was leaving The HUB after an evening Downtown.
"I just feel really exhausted in the middle of the day," she said. "I always seem like I have to wake up early to do everything."
Janos Wilder's Downtown Kitchen and Cocktails has been open more than 2 years. Wilder does not think the recent heat wave has hurt business.
"I don't think it actually has, no," Wilder said. "It's hot outside, it's nice and cool in here. Air conditioner is working. Food's awesome."
He admits he will not make as much money over the summer compared to winter and spring.
"During the year, you put money in the bank," Wilder said, "and hopefully, you don't have to use it to get through the summer. If you do, it's there."