Hundreds of thousands of Broncos fans (above) filled downtown Denver on Tuesday for the team’s Super Bowl victory parade and rally. An estimated 800,000 turned out for the Royals’ victory parade and rally at Union Station last November.
Hundreds of thousands of Broncos fans (above) filled downtown Denver on Tuesday for the team’s Super Bowl victory parade and rally. An estimated 800,000 turned out for the Royals’ victory parade and rally at Union Station last November. Top photo via Twitter (@KOANewsRadio); Bottom photo by Roy Inman, special to The Star
Hundreds of thousands of Broncos fans (above) filled downtown Denver on Tuesday for the team’s Super Bowl victory parade and rally. An estimated 800,000 turned out for the Royals’ victory parade and rally at Union Station last November. Top photo via Twitter (@KOANewsRadio); Bottom photo by Roy Inman, special to The Star
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