As we all know, the Broncos have a big trip to London planned at the end of October. There, they will take on the San Francisco 49ers in a regular season game at Wembley Stadium on October 31st. In front of a crowd that regards football as the sport that’s played with the feet, the Broncos and 49ers will have the privilege of showing Europe what NFL football is all about.
In honor of this great event, the Denver Broncos have partnered with the Colorado Lottery to give fans the chance to win a trip to London to see the game. This is the 2nd year that the two organizations have partnered and the benefits have been seen and felt across the state. Last year’s game helped fund new recreational facilities, trails, and open space areas.
There are three top prizes of $100,000. The tickets that aren’t instant winners can be entered into the drawing for some great Broncos packages.
To win a chance to go to London which also includes a pre-game party with John Elway and Floyd Little, all you have to do is resister your non-winning ticket at www.colorado lottery.com. The grand slam prize package includes the game, the pre-party, a four-night stay in a hotel, and $2,800 in spending money. As an appetizer to the trip, the winners will also get United Club Level seats for the game against the New York Jets on October 17th. This drawing takes place on September 20th.
There is more than just the London trip that the Broncos are giving away. They are also handing out 15 pairs of season tickets for the 2011 season. This drawing will be held in the Spring of 2011.
Joe Ellis, the Chief Operating Officer of the Broncos helped promote this event with Colorado Lottery Director, Abel Tapia, after today’s practice. Both men said that they were very excited about the partnership and its opportunity to benefit both Broncos fans and the entire state.