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Broncos to celebrate fan appreciation during Sunday's game vs. Chiefs

The Broncos will celebrate their fans for the final home game of the season, showing their appreciation with discounts at the stadium merchandise shops, a postgame pyrotechnics show and much more.

All stadium merchandise concessionaires will have 30-percent discounts on jerseys and 50-percent discounts on outerwear.

The first 65,000 fans in attendance will also receiver Arrow Electronics "Brandanas" in packages that say "Happy New Year."

The Broncos will also select dozens of fans for other fan appreciation activities, including pregame field access, meet-and-greets with cheerleaders and Thunder, tours of the press box and ThunderVision control room, and more.

In addition, guest services will be distributing tickets throughout the day for a postgame experience on the field for 200 kids. After the game, those children and one parent per child will be allowed to go down to the field for 20 minutes of free play.

The Broncos will also honor all seven CHSAA football state champions throughout the game and the Denver Post will present the Gold Helmet Award (Player of the Year) to Pomona High School runnign back Max Borghi in an on-field presentation.

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