ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos announced their 2005 Broncos Road Trip program for fans to see the team on the road while enjoying weekend visits to other NFL cities.
The Broncos open on the road Sept. 11 in sunny Miami against the Dolphins and return to Florida Oct. 2 for a battle against the Jacksonville Jaguars. On Oct. 23, the team travels to "The Big Apple" to take on the New York Giants.
On Nov. 13, the Broncos meet their division rival Oakland Raiders in the Bay Area and then celebrate Thanksgiving in "Big D" on Nov. 24 against the Dallas Cowboys. Dec. 4 will be a trip to Kansas City for the annual battle with the Chiefs.
On Saturday, Dec. 17, the Broncos will travel to Buffalo to take on the Bills and finish the season and 2005 in beautiful San Diego with a game on Saturday, Dec. 31, against the division rival Chargers.
Each group trip will include hotel accommodations for two nights, breakfast, round trip local transportation to and from the airport, hotel and the game, tickets, tour host, an informative trip document package, 24-hour trip assistance, a souvenir, hotel taxes and more depending on the specific trip.
There will be designated group trips to Miami, New York, Oakland and Kansas City to enjoy, as we root for the Broncos on the road. Imagine being in the stands at the away stadium with a sea of orange and blue fans cheering for the Broncos! Jacksonville, Dallas, Buffalo and San Diego will be for individuals to go to see "Any Game…Any Place…Any Time" where our travel partner, Sports Travel and Tours, assists and delivers a Flexible Independent Travel (FIT) program. This program allows the fan to develop their own trip including the amount of days, type of hotel, transfers or car rental, and type of game ticket to match your budget and dates.
"We wanted to give our great fans a chance to follow the team on the road," said Greg Carney, VP of Marketing for the Broncos. "This year's road schedule is very attractive with tough opponents in some great cities along with our traditional rivalries," said Carney.
For more information, call toll free 877-722-TRIP or visit www.footballroadtrips.com/broncos.
2005 Broncos Road Trip
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