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Broncos' 'Salute to Fans Tour' to hit four cities this spring

Stopping at just four Colorado cities - compared to 20 in 2014 - the third annual Salute to Fans Tour will be starting in Greeley and ending in a city still to be chosen by fan voting.

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If you're looking for a way to get football season here even sooner - and you live in Greeley, Alamosa or Grand Junction - then the football gods are smiling on you.

The third annual "Mile High Salute to Fans Tour" will open April 17 in Greeley and include four Colorado cities in a two-month span. Last year, the the tour stopped at 20 cities over a six-day trek, stopping at three to four cities each day.

The fourth destination this time around is yet to be determined and will be selected by fans. Vote for your city-of-choice at www.denverbroncos/fans/tourstops, and the top-three cities nominated will be revealed the week of April 6 before another round of voting. The final tour location will be announced April 17, the first date of the tour.

The visits to each city will include autographs and photos with current Broncos players, alumni, cheerleaders and, of course, Miles the Mascot.

As a way to thank fans for their loyalty, passion and ongoing support, each tour stop will be free and open to the public. Each day-long trip will also include private visits to schools and hospitals that are closed to the public.

Fans will also be able to purchase team apparel and souvenirs from the Denver Broncos merchandise trailer.

Sponsored by U.S. Bank, the tour will visit the following sites in April and May. Fans can go to the SaluteToFans link for complete tour stop details.

Greeley - Friday, April 17

9th Street Plaza

5-6:30 p.m.

Alamosa - Friday, April 24:

Alamosa Family Rec Center, 2222 Old Sanford Road, Alamosa, 81101

5-6:30 p.m.

Grand Junction - Friday, May 8:

Main Street Downtown

5-6:30 p.m.

TBD - Friday, May 15:

Vote here for the tour to come to your city!

Now what are the chances that tour might come to South Carolina? :)