Passengers boarding the train cars at Denver International Airport will be greeted by a new voice.
Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock has handed the duties over to quarterback Peyton Manning, whose voice will come on the intercom in the train cars as passengers board, starting Monday.
“For the holidays, I am handing off this very important duty of greeting visitors to our great city to someone known for the best audibles in the business,” Mayor Michael B. Hancock said. “Peyton Manning earned this call by going long in his efforts to take the Broncos to another AFC West championship. We’ll be cheering on him and the team as they drive toward another Super Bowl!”
Manning’s holiday greeting to travelers passing through DIA will last until January 2, 2013.
The message will say:
“Welcome to the Mile High City. This is quarterback Peyton Manning of the Denver Broncos wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season.”