Broncos give trip to Super Bowl to 2 teens at Boys and Girls Club

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DENVER -- After six years of hard work, dedication, and good behavior, two Denver Boys and Girls Club members will leave Thursday for an experience of a lifetime: a free trip to Super Bowl XLVIII in New Jersey.

The trip, which is being furnished by the Denver Broncos, will allow two teenagers a chance to watch the game inside MetLife stadium, hotel accommodations in Times Square, and complimentary meals across New York City.

"It's a shock, I almost had a heart attack when he said we were going," said 13-year-old Marcus Rice, one of the two people chosen out of 1,400 Boys and Girls Club members for this weekend's trip.

The Boys and Girls Club in East Denver has been supported by the Denver Broncos for several years. However, this weekend the Broncos won't be the only ones competing against Seattle.

The Boys and Girls Club is hoping to claim victory through a fundraising challenge against their Seattle counterparts.

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