DENVER, Aug. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the most celebrated Denver Bronco players and one of the first women to graduate from West Point will be VIP guests at the upcoming Colorado Chiropractic Association (CCA) Awards Banquet on September 8, 2012. Both former Broncos wide receiver Rod Smith and General Becky Halstead have benefitted from chiropractic care, and are vocal supporters of the chiropractic profession.
For a fee of $60, the public is invited to attend CCA's awards banquet in the twelfth floor Centennial Room at 7 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center. "We are inviting chiropractic patients, and others, to bring their #80 Rod Smith jersey's to be signed and to pose for photos with both Rod and General Halstead," said Vineta Campau, executive director of the CCA.
Smith, who won two Super Bowl titles with the Broncos, will be just the twenty-third player inducted into the team's Ring of Fame during a half time ceremony at the Broncos' home game on September 23 against the Houston Texans. General Halstead, who served our country in the military for 27 years, including combat deployments, is a sought after motivational speaker and the CEO of Steadfast Leadership.
To register for this special evening, go to calendar page at coloradochiropractic.org.
About the CCA
The Colorado Chiropractic Association has been the professional association of choice for Colorado doctors of chiropractic since 1917. Today the CCA represents the 1,800 doctors of chiropractic actively practicing in Colorado. For a referral to a doctor of chiropractic, please visit needchiro.com or contact the CCA at (303) 755-9011 or (800) 829-0339.
SOURCE Colorado Chiropractic Association