Come Help Us Say Goodbye to David Bruton, Jr.
Have you RSVP’d to our June Dairy Month event? You won’t want to miss out on this year’s festivities!
In addition to our NEW Fuel Up to Play 60 player representative, Miles the Mascot, Denver Broncos Cheerleaders and Broncos Alumni, our former Fuel Up to Play 60 player representative David Bruton, Jr. will be there to help celebrate 80 years of dairy history!
We are sad to say goodbye to Bruton (who will be playing for the Washington Redskins next year) but are looking forward to watching him give advice to our new player representative during the event.
Bruton served as our Denver Broncos FUTP 60 player spokesperson for over two years and was a huge advocate for dairy products and farmers, as well as a great role model for our FUTP 60 students and schools.
Help us say goodbye and thank Bruton for all he’s done, not only for the Fuel Up to Play 60 program, but also all he’s done for our dairy farm families.
We are excited to announce that we have a new Denver Bronco Fuel Up to Play 60 player representative – and you’ll have to attend our June Dairy Month celebration on June 10 at the Platte River Fort in Greeley to find out who it is!
We are sad to say goodbye to our former Denver Broncos player spokesperson David Bruton, Jr, who recently accepted a new offer with the Washington Redskins. Bruton served as our Denver Broncos FUTP 60 player spokesperson for over two years and was a huge advocate for dairy products and farmers, as well as a great role model for our FUTP 60 students and schools.
Come and help us welcome our new player spokesperson – who you’ll have the opportunity to meet and greet from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the FUTP 60 table.
At the event, we’ll have a special program highlighting the Broncos Superbowl 50 win. You’ll also get to step back in time and hear Superbowl highlights from Broncos alumni who participated in the 1998 and 1999 Superbowl wins. Denver Broncos Cheerleaders, Miles the Mascot and Ed McCaffrey will also be in attendance.
Bring the whole family to enjoy a fun evening of food, drinks, games and friends as we celebrate 80 years of dairy history! Don’t forget to RSVP!
Western Dairy Association works on behalf of dairy farm families in Colorado, Montana and Wyoming. WDA is centered on driving sales and trust in dairy foods and dairy farms. All activities are developed with strategic and catalytic partnerships; education and awareness to communities about the local value and contributions of dairy farms, health and nutrition benefits of dairy foods amongst diverse consumer, business and school groups. Learn more about the WDA – CLICK HERE