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Golf courses, aquariums, the Royals and more show support for Chiefs on ‘Red Thursday’

Rumble, a drumline for the Kansas City Chiefs, played on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, at the JC Nichols Fountain at the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City. Workers added red dye to six major fountains across the metro area Thursday in honor of the Kansas City ChiefsÕ home opener against the Denver Broncos Thursday night.
Rumble, a drumline for the Kansas City Chiefs, played on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, at the JC Nichols Fountain at the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City. Workers added red dye to six major fountains across the metro area Thursday in honor of the Kansas City ChiefsÕ home opener against the Denver Broncos Thursday night. along@kcstar.com

It should be no surprise that #RedThursday is trending in Kansas City.

The JC Nichols Fountain at the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City was turned red on Thursday. Workers added red dye to six major fountains across the metro area in honor of the Kansas City Chiefs’ home opener against the Denver Broncos Thursday nig

Fans everywhere are fired up for the Chiefs’ home opener Thursday night against the Denver Broncos. The city is being painted red. And, it appears, that means everywhere you look you are going to see red:

The Chiefs’ fever apparently is being felt in Cleveland where the Royals are preparing to play the Indians tonight:

And the Chiefs’ support is being seen internationally:

Of course, people decked out their dogs, too:

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