Broncos To Embark On ‘Mile High Salute To Fans Tour’
DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver Broncos announced on Monday that the second annual Mile High Salute to Fans Tour will be hitting the road this April.
The tour, sponsored by U.S. Bank, McDonald’s and Pinnacol Assurance, is held by the organization to thank Broncos fans all across the state.
The tour starts next Monday in Fort Collins and ends April 19 in Castle Rock after visiting 20 cities in six days.
The tour will visit three-to-four cities per day throughout the week. Fans will get a chance to get autographs and photos with Broncos players, cheerleaders and Miles the Mascot.
Each tour stop is free and open to the public.
“We’re very excited to bring this tour to each of the 20 cities next month,” said Mac Freeman, Sr. Vice President of Business Development. “The Mile High Salute to Fans Tour will allow us to get out and thank fans throughout Broncos Country for their on-going support. Spending time in the communities that support us so passionately is extremely important to everyone in the Broncos organization.”
The cities on the tour are as follows:
Fans can visit DenverBroncos.com/SaluteToFansTour for complete tour stop details.