United In Orange
Broncos fans may still be feeling down about the loss in the Super Bowl, but Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock is trying to brighten the mood.
Denver beats Seattle! It didn’t happen on the field, but it did happen in a meaningful competition to feed the hungry.
The United Methodist Churches in Denver have challenged their colleagues in Seattle to a Super Bowl Food Drive competition collecting for food banks, and it’s grown larger than anyone could have imagined.
Broncos fans gathered at Civic Center Park Friday afternoon for a huge “United In Orange” rally.
Denver Broncos fans are getting ready to show their “United in Orange team spirit in advance of Sunday’s AFC Championship game.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is asking Broncos fans to show their team spirit by wearing orange on Friday.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is asking everyone to show their Broncos spirit this week.
The Broncos are hosting a “United in Orange” pep rally at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Friday evening.
Denver’s mayor is getting behind his team. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has proclaimed this Friday as “United in Orange Friday” to support the Denver Broncos in this weekend’s playoff game.
Get ready for an infusion of orange and blue throughout the City of Denver as the Denver Broncos continue on their journey to the AFC Playoffs and possibly the Super Bowl.