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Broncos honor breast cancer survivors during annual pink game


DENVER – The Denver Broncos honored breast cancer survivors during their annual Salute to Survivors Breast Cancer Awareness Game with a special champagne brunch.

More than 125 survivors and their guests enjoyed a special brunch at Sports Authority Field at Mile High before the game and at halftime they will participate in a special celebration.


Broncos President and CEO Joe Ellis spoke to all the attendees about the importance of spreading awareness and announced that all pink gear worn by players will be auctioned off to benefit Susan G. Komen Colorado.

"It's absolutely amazing," said Kristen Battenfield, Board of Directors for Susan G. Komen Colorado. "It makes me cry every year – it's emotional. For our survivors, it's the best day of the year."

The Broncos will take on the Vikings at home at 2:25 p.m. MDT.

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