DENVER – The Denver Broncos are set to the take on the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday afternoon in their divisional playoff game.
And to help support our hometown football team as they pursue Super Bowl glory, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock asks that folks across the state wear orange on Friday.
In addition to promoting the wearing of orange, Hancock is also renaming Bannock Street "Broncos Boulevard" on Friday. Because anything helps, right?
Broncos fans won't be the only ones sporting orange ahead of Sunday's game.
The Denver City and County building, Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver's Union Station, the Elitch Gardens tower and Ferris wheel, Daniels and Fisher tower, Millennium Bridge, the Four Seasons hotel needle, Children's Hospital Colorado and Three Empower Retirement towers at Interstate 25 and Orchard Road will be lit in orange.
In addition, the signage at Denver International Airport will remind travelers of the success of the Broncos, and banners will be hung down Speer Boulevard and throughout many Denver neighborhoods.
So, in conclusion, go Broncos!
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