Update, 2:53 p.m., January 16: We've picked a winner! Check your e-mail to see if you've won. Thanks for playing along.
Of course you watched theBroncos beat the Steelers
on Sunday. And if you watched the CBS broadcast of the game, you saw footage ofLoveland Ski Area
on Saturday and all the skiers and snowboarders donning Broncos gear. Excellent "free advertising
" for the ski area, which received a dump of snow after an early-season dry spell.
Looking to go to Loveland for free? We have two passes to give away. Read on for details.
The rules are simple: 1. Leave a comment below about why you deserve the tickets over everyone else. 2. Be funny, don't spell any words incorrectly, and use the name of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. 3. Remember to include your e-mail somewhere so we can contact you if you're the winner. 4. If your comment gets a lot of "Likes," that helps its chances significantly.
About the passes: We have two adult all-day passes, good for one day during the 2011-2012 season for Loveland Ski Area.
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