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DENVER — When the Broncos are in the playoffs, it’s not just team headquarters and Sports Authority Field at Mile High that are hectic. Businesses all over the state are reaping the benefits of another orange and blue playoff run.

“Each of my stores has the employees prepared,” said Ron Vivian, franchise owner of the several Denver Subway locations.

Subway caterers have put in the practice, now it’s time to execute.

“We support each other so if we have one big catering order at one store we can support it from another store,” Vivian said.

Teamwork will be key on Sunday on and off the field. Same goes for Tony’s Market on Broadway in Denver.

“We can deliver it right to your house and you don’t have to worry about making a mess in the kitchen,” said Dan Lundgren, Tony’s Market catering director.

When the Broncos score, local businesses score.

“It’s good for Colorado, it’s good for us so we love to see the broncos doing well,” Lundgren said.

There is plenty of Broncos spirit shown at Safeway on Evans Avenue and South Downing Street in Denver. It’s selling orange- and blue-colored cupcakes, tortilla chips and cakes of all shapes and sizes.

“Things are flying off the shelves. It’s been really fun,” Safeway spokeswoman Heather Halpape said. “It’s really hard work and we’re trying to keep up the demand with everything Broncos orange and blue.”