Peyton Manning Asks Fans To Help Out With Flood Relief
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DENVER (CBS4) – Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is asking fans to help out with Colorado flood relief.
In the following audio recording, Manning says Gov. John Hickenlooper asked him to “team up” and help the victims in any way possible:
“As you know, the recent floods have devastated Colorado,” Manning says in the recording. “This unprecedented disaster has taken lives and destroyed many homes.”
Manning says he hopes Coloradans will donate whatever they can to help out.
“I know if we pull together as a team we can make a difference and help our neighbors in their time of need,” Manning says.
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