By Mike Dougherty

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Millions of Americans are being, shall we say, unproductive, as they watch March Madness from their desks at work.

One law firm in Center City turned the day into a networking and fundraising opportunity.

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Business professionals are drinking beer and eating cheese steaks instead of working, and it’s all for a good cause.

Mitchell Kaplan from the law offices of Zarwin Baum helped organize this event and says the goal is to capitalize on the enthusiasm.

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“And say, ‘okay, let’s take that and allow these folks to come and network with other businesses,'” said Kaplan.

All while raising a pile of money for Philabundance. Spokeswoman Samantha Retamar says every dollar counts.

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“This event has brought in over $200,000 for us in the past eight years. That’s over 400,000 meals for families in need,” she said.