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Orange And Blue Have Never Looked So Damn Good!

The night kicked off with Lady Gaga’s beautiful rendition of The National Anthem that blew Coldplay and the Halftime Show out of the water. The Broncos took an early lead and kept it throughout the entire game pushing them to their third Super Bowl win. While the game itself was more or less sloppy, the Broncos defense was the real MVP in last night’s game. And the commercials intercepted those last few trips back to the guacamole bowl.


If you’re like me and only really enjoy the Super Bowl for the ads, then you were not disappointed by last night’s commercial line up. Talking animals, Steven Tyler, and aliens all made an appearance throughout the night.


The usual suspects were in attendance (i.e. Doritos, GM, Snickers, Coca-Cola), but there were some brands that finally made their first appearance on a Super Bowl commercial such as FitBit, GoPro, and Death Wish Coffee. In fact, Death Wish Coffee won a spot for their own national ad during the Super Bowl and they did not hold back.  Out of the 46 commercials that ran last night, here were our three favorites:


#1. Drake’s T-Mobile














#2 Amy Schumer & Seth Rogen’s Bud Light












#3. Audi Astronaut











After the final seconds of the game and the spectacular end of the commercials, the streets of downtown Denver quickly flooded with blue and orange just moments after the Broncos were declared Super Bowl 50 champions. The song ‘We Are The Champions’ rang through Market Street as fans were lifted on each other’s shoulders. Just looking around you couldn’t find one person within the state of Colorado that wasn’t grinning from ear to ear shouting “WE’RE NUMBER ONE!” at the top of their lungs.  Today, Broncos pride is gleaming through the streets of Denver and I can’t imagine it ending any time soon!


Tomorrow, February 9th, the festivities continue, as Denver hosts a parade downtown starting at 10 a.m. with entertainment at Civic Center Park and a rally that beings at 1 p.m.


A celebration like this only happens so often and I believe it’s important that my kids get the opportunity to be immersed in something historic for Broncos Nation! Tomorrow marks a wonderful experience, which is why we’re playing hooky for the day so they can be a part of it. You can expect to see us downtown, cheering on Peyton Manning all afternoon!


Thank you Denver Broncos for uniting our orange and blue community.

The city with 300 days of sunshine just got a little brighter because of you!


We’ll be dancing in the streets to Andy Grammer’s  ‘Good To Be Alive (Hallelujah)’!



Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning walks off the field after the Broncos lost to the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football game Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, in East Rutherford, N.J. The Seahawks won 43-8. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)  ORG XMIT: SB570