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KidsQuest Children’s Museum and Denver children's museum join the Super Bowl hype

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Which team, the Seattle Seahawks or the Denver Broncos, has the greatest littlest fans around? It’s a question KidsQuest Children’s Museum and the Children’s Museum of Denver have set out to answer.

From now until the Super Bowl, each museum has agreed to a few (friendly) wagers.

Each museum is encouraging fans from their respective teams to show their support by posting pictures of their children decked out in football gear to the KidsQuest Children’s Museum Facebook page.

On Friday, Jan. 31, each museum will offer $2 off admission for guests wearing their team’s colors.

The losing team will donate an auction item of a package to visit their hometown to the other museum’s major fundraiser.

The executive director of the losing team will wear the winning team’s colors on Monday, Feb. 3. Photos will be shared with the winning museum for humbling publication.

It’s a football wager even the littlest members of the Eastside community can take part of.

KidsQuest Children’s Museum is an award-winning interactive museum for children from birth to eight years old and their caregivers. Science, technology, engineering, art and math are integrated into hands-on exhibits and educational programs that inspire a lifelong love of learning. KidsQuest is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that relies on the care and support of the community to bring educational opportunities to children and families.

For more information, visit www.kidsquestmuseum.org.

 

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