DENVER — The inaugural Mile High Salute to Fans Tour, presented by U.S. Bank, will be hitting the road in April to thank Broncos fans all across Colorado.
The 2013 tour will include stops in 20 different Colorado cities and will be free and open to the public.
“We are very excited to bring the Mile High Salute to Fans Tour to each of the 20 cities next month,” Broncos Senior Vice President of Business Development Mac Freeman said. “The 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 tour will begin in Boulder on Monday and will end in Glenwood Springs on Sat., April 6. Visiting multiple destinations each day throughout the week, each stop will include autographs and photos with Broncos players, cheerleaders and Miles the Mascot.
Players scheduled to appear on the tour include safety David Bruton, defensive end Malik Jackson, defensive tackle Mitch Unrein and defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson.
Fans can visit www.DenverBroncos.com/SaluteToFansTour for complete tour details.
2013 MILE HIGH SALUTE TO FANS TOUR SCHEDULE:
Date Cities (in order of appearance) Scheduled Player Participants
Mon., April 1 Boulder, Longmont, Loveland, Eaton Mitch Unrein, Kevin Vickerson
Tues., April 2 Julesburg, Brush, Fort Morgan Mitch Unrein, Kevin Vickerson
Wed., April 3 Limon, Flagler, Stratton, Burlington David Bruton, Kevin Vickerson
Thurs., April 4 Lamar, Las Animas, Pueblo David Bruton, Kevin Vickerson
Fri., April 5 Gunnison, Montrose, Delta David Bruton, Malik Jackson
Sat., April 6 Grand Junction, Rifle, Glenwood Springs
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