Today, O.penVAPE, a Colorado-based manufacturer of vaporizer devices, cartridges and other marijuana-related products, is announcing that it has "submitted a proposal to partner with the Metropolitan Football Stadium District, home of the Denver Broncos, to sponsor Denver's landmark stadium."

The name the company envisions: O.penVAPE at Mile High.

This news comes on the heels of major developments with Sports Authority, which owns the naming rights for the stadium, currently known as Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

Earlier this year, Sports Authority revealed that it was headed for bankruptcy restructuring, leading to speculation that the stadium could be renamed.

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Michael Roberts ~ Westword.com ~

 

 

 

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