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Broncos Announce Home and Away Trip Packages

The Denver Broncos have announced their 2007 Broncos Road Trip program for fans to see the team on the road while enjoying weekend visits to other NFL cities.

Each trip will include hotel accommodations for two nights, game tickets, a signed photo from John Lynch, an informative trip document package, 24-hour trip assistance, a souvenir, hotel taxes and more depending on the specific trip.

"We wanted to give our great fans a chance to follow the team on the road," said Greg Carney, VP of Marketing for the Broncos. "This year's road schedule is very attractive with tough opponents in some great cities along with our traditional rivalries," said Carney.

The Broncos open the season on the road Sept. 9 in Buffalo against the Bills. On Sept. 30 the team travels to Indianapolis to take on the World Champion Colts. On Nov. 4, the Broncos meet the Lions in Detroit before heading to Kansas City for a match-up with the division rival Chiefs on Nov. 11. The Broncos then head to Chicago to take on the NFC Champion Bears at Soldier Field on Nov. 25. The team then travels to the Bay Area to take on rival Oakland Raiders on Dec. 2. The next road trip will bring the Orange & Blue to the Lone Star State on Thursday, Dec. 13 to battle the Texans. For their final road game on Dec. 24, the Broncos celebrate Christmas Eve in San Diego.

And there is nothing else like cheering for the Orange & Blue with other die-hard fans at INVESCO Field at Mile High on a Broncos Home Game Package. Home Game Packages include hotel accommodations at The Red Lion Downtown West and tickets to the Home Game of Your Choice. Travelers also receive admission to The Broncos Barn, a special tailgating area on the Sports Legends Mall on the south end of the stadium.

The Barn features; pregame programming on a giant projection screen, a live band, free face painting, raffle prizes and special guest appearances by the Broncos Cheerleaders, Broncos Alumni, raffles and more. Plus, it's the only spot outside the stadium where you can buy food and drinks before the game. The Broncos Barn opens three hours prior to game time and closes at kickoff. Home Game Packages also feature a Stadium Tour that generally includes; the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame Museum, a party suite, United Club Level, Budweiser Champions Club, Visitor's Locker Room, a keg room, the field, Thunder's stall, TV production area, Press Box/Media Center and Denver Broncos Team Store. In addition to a signed photo from Rod Smith, you will receive an informative trip document package, 24-hour trip assistance, a souvenir and more.

Travelers on Broncos Home Game Packages also have to option to upgrade to the VIP Package which includes all the Home Game elements, plus: Club Level Tickets to the Home Game of their choice, which offer a unique view of the action on the field and great extras including expansive climate controlled lounge areas, upscale concessions, and ample bar access. A Field Pass to watch the Broncos warm up for the game from the end zone of the field with a select group of other fans.

For more information, call toll free 877-722-TRIP or visit