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DeMarcus Ware's "Train Call" greets DIA travelers


DENVER — Beginning today, passengers in Jeppesen terminal train stations at Denver International Airport will be greeted by Denver Broncos eight-time Pro Bowl defensive end DeMarcus Ware. Denver's defensive captain will welcome visitors to the Mile High City and remind all travelers that Denver is 'United in Orange' for the Broncos' playoff appearance.

In contrast to conventional public announcements, DIA's Train Calls feature a series of musical chimes greeting travelers throughout the underground system. These chimes function as melodic preludes to voice messages and have greeted visitors to DIA since the airport opened in 1995.

Denver International Airport began recording celebrity messages in 2010. Previous Train Call greetings have been recorded by Broncos Executive Vice President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway (2011), quarterback Peyton Manning (2012) and former cornerback Champ Bailey (2013).

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