If you're going to Sunday Night's game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, you might be a part of some history.
Denver Broncos (@Broncos) November 25, 2015
UCHealth will be handing out orange mustaches to all of he fans attending Sunday night's game in hopes of setting a new Guinness World Record.
"We want to break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of people wearing fake mustaches in the same location. Where better than Sports Authority Field at Mile High," said Manny Rodriguez with UCHealth.
This will take place at the two-minute warning right before halftime. Fans will be asked to wear their fake(or real) mustache in hopes of setting the record.
UCHealth and the Broncos are doing this to raise awareness for men's health. As some of you may know, November is considered "No Shave November" and many men have stopped shaving this month to raise awareness for important health topic relating to men. This is just a cool idea by the Broncos UCHealth to promote this idea.
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