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Broncos' 2014 Mile High Salute to Fans Tour coming to Colorado cities

Broncos players and Miles the Mascot will be hitting 20 cities in six days to honor the best fans in the NFL.

Justin Edmonds

Need something orange and blue to get you through the month of April? The second annual Mile High Salute to Fans Tour will be hitting the road next week to thank Broncos fans all across Colorado, the Broncos announced. The 2014 tour will start in Fort Collins Monday, April 14, and will conclude in Castle Rock on Saturday, April 19.

Stopping at three to four cities each day, the tour will visit 20 cities over the six-day trek. Fans can get autographs and photos with Broncos players, cheerleaders and Miles the Mascot. Each tour stop will be free and open to the public.

Specific players (and cheerleaders) have yet to be announced.

"We're very excited to bring this tour to each of the 20 cities next month," said Mac Freeman, the Broncos' senior vice president of business development. "Spending time in the communities that support us so passionately is extremely important to everyone in the Broncos organization."

The tour will visit the following cities April 14-19. Fans can visit for complete tour stop details.

April 14: Ft. Collins, Windsor, Greeley
April 15: Sterling, Holyoke, Wray
April 16: La Junta, Trinidad, Walsenburg
April 17: Alamosa, Monte Vista, Pagosa Springs, Durango
April 18: Fruita, Parachute, Buena Vista
April 19: Canon City, Colorado Springs, Monument, Castle Rock

If you went to one of these tour stops last year during the first annual run, let us know your thoughts in the comments!