DENVER - You might notice something a little different about Denver when you wake up Tuesday morning.
The city has gone orange to support the Broncos!
Overnight Monday into Tuesday morning, crews used 35 gallons of orange paint to transform the Southwest Rink at Skyline Park into an orange arena.
"We're excited to take part in this celebration as Denver heads to the big game," said Linda Rutherford, Southwest Airlines Vice President Communication and Outreach. "We strive to be Denver's Hometown Carrier and are truly thankful to The Downtown Denver Partnership as we continue to bring exciting things to the Rink for the Mile High community."
There are a number of orange sights to see if you're heading downtown over the next few weeks:
You'll notice the city and county building is glowing with orange lights every night, along with the city's clock tower.
Fourteenth Street is lined with blue and orange lights.
Downtown Denver Partnership has the 16th Street Mall decked out in banners to display the city's pride and spirit in their football team.
Jenny Starkey with the Downtown Denver partnership says these are just the first few things they are doing to stay United in Orange through the Super Bowl game next weekend.
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