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Denver Broncos host third annual Taste of the Broncos

Posted Sep 18, 2017

The third annual Taste of the Broncos supported Denver Broncos Charities and Food Bank of the Rockies, one of the team's community partners.

The third annual Taste of the Broncos presented by King Soopers benefited both Denver Broncos Charities and Food Bank of the Rockies, and it featured 30 Denver Broncos players.

Hosted at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Sept. 18, 2017, the event showcased great food for a great cause. With more than 30 local Denver restaurants cooking on-site, the event allowed fans to try a variety of dishes all while mingling with Broncos players.

The event kicked off with a VIP reception in the team’s home locker room and provided guests the opportunity to meet President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway as well as Demaryius Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders and Chris Harris Jr. The nearly 300 VIP guests had exclusive early access to the restaurants to sample the delicious food, as well.

Leading off the event was Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller, who gave opening remarks and even assisted Chef Lon Symensma of Cho 77 with the cooking for fans in attendance.

“We are here for a great cause, Food Bank of the Rockies,” Miller said. “It’s a great time whenever you can have great food and great people in one spot.”

Food Bank of the Rockies is one of the Denver Broncos’ 10 flagship community partners. It is one of the largest hunger relief organizations in the Rocky Mountain Region and has provided nearly 571 million pounds of food to member agencies since its inception in 1978, which translates to nearly 476 million meals for people in need.