Mrs. Annabel Bowlen to Cut the Opening Ceremony Ribbon at Denver Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Mrs. Annabel Bowlen cutting the ribbon at the 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer's
Mrs. Annabel Bowlen cutting the ribbon at the 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

Mrs. Annabel Bowlen, Captain of Team Super Bowlen, will join more than 10,000 Denver residents to unite in a movement to reclaim the future for millions at the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s® . Team Super Bowlen was among the Top 10 National Walk to End Alzheimer’s Fundraising Teams in 2014. Broncos fans are invited to show support by joining and donating to Team Super Bowlen for the September 19 Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Denver City Park.

“I like being part of the Walk so we can all come together in unity to raise awareness for this dreadful disease that is plaguing our community and our nation. The fact of the matter is, we all know someone with Alzheimer’s.” –Mrs. Annabel Bowlen

Walk participants will honor those affected by Alzheimer’s disease with the poignant Promise Garden ceremony led by Beth Bowlen Wallace immediately before the Ribbon Cutting. In 2014 the Denver Walk was the fourth largest in the country raising more than one million dollars for care, support and research efforts for those impacted by Alzheimer’s

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Crowd at the 2014 Denver Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

Win A Pair of Broncos Suite Tickets

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The Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado, a proud Denver Broncos Community Partner, will give away 10 pairs of tickets to the Denver Broncos vs. San Francisco 49ers preseason game on August 29, 2015. The seats are located in Suite 418 and include complimentary food and non alcoholic beverage. The Alzheimer’s Association encourages all Coloradans to register for one of the twelve statewide Walk to End Alzheimer’s events. To be eligible, one must:

Ten lucky people will be randomly selected on August 19, 2015 to receive two tickets to the Broncos vs 49ers preseason game. To be eligible you must raise a minimum of $500 as an individual Walk to End Alzheimer’s participant before 11:59 pm on August 18, 2015, and enter your information through this website.

*The $500 must be posted to your online participant page by 11:59 pm on August 18, 2015. Please note that cash and checks received by the Alzheimer’s Association may take up to seven days to post to your online account after being received at our Denver office. All registrations will automatically subscribe to the complimentary email newsletter of the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado.

“We Support You Not To Win Broncos Tickets, But Because What You Do Is Important”

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Tom Hindorff‎ as he accepted a pair of AFC Divisional Playoff tickets to the Broncos vs Colts game.

“We support you not to win Broncos tickets, but because what you do is important,” said Tom Hindorff‎ as he accepted a pair of AFC Divisional Playoff tickets to the Broncos vs Colts game on Friday. Long time Alzheimer’s Association supporters and Broncos fans, Tom and his wife Jenny were quick to enter a ticket giveaway held by the Alzheimer’s Association Colorado Chapter.

Following Pat Bowlen’s Alzheimer’s announcement at the start of the NFL season, along with the subsequent impact of the Bronco’s community partnership on Alzheimer’s awareness throughout Colorado, the Alzheimer’s Association Colorado Chapter wanted to reward Broncos fans for their support of the Alzheimer’s cause. For four days last week, Broncos fans and Alzheimer’s Association supporters were encouraged to sign up for the Association’s monthly email newsletter, for a chance to win a pair of AFC Divisional Playoff tickets. Thanks to television coverage by 9News and social media coverage by the Denver Broncos, word of available Broncos tickets quickly circulated and the response was overwhelming. More than 8,450 people signed up for a chance to win tickets. On Tuesday, the day the giveaway was announced, alz.org/co attracted 7,720 visitors. On the same day in 2014, the website had 248 visitors. Delighted by the positive response to the giveaway by Broncos fans, a generous longtime Alzheimer’s Association supporter donated an additional four tickets! Bringing the total tickets available to eight.

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Alzheimer’s Association CEO Linda Mitchell with Cassandra Campbell, one of four ticket winners.
Tom and Jenny Hindorff show their support for the Alzheimer's cause at Sunday's Bronco game.
Tom and Jenny Hindorff show their support for the Alzheimer’s cause at Sunday’s Bronco game.

On Friday, the four lucky winners were announced. The winners could not have been more excited after receiving a personal call from the Broncos and the Alzheimer’s Association. Tom Hindorff remarked that winning the tickets was, “a dream come true for me and my wife. We even found child care and will wear orange and purple to thank the Alzheimer’s Association.”

Although many fans left Sports Authority Field feeling deflated on Sunday night following the Broncos’ loss to the Colts, for those who won tickets while supporting a great cause the loss was easier to stomach. “Even though the Broncos lost, we still had a lot of fun,”  said Edward Rose.

Edward Rose enjoying the Broncos game.
Edward Rose enjoying the Broncos playoff game.
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