Join the other mile high club with the legendary Colorado Keep Calm and Chive On tee! From the Bona Fide Denver Chive Chapter the CO KCCO will show off your love of the Rocky Mountains and Centennial State.
Keep Calm and Chive On Colorado available RIGHT HERE!
A portion of proceeds from this shirt will go toward form Chive Charities grant recipient, Jaiden Rogers, who suffers from a rare skin condition known as Stiff Skin Syndrome. Read about his story HERE.View Full Gallery
Here at theCHIVE we know the heart and soul of the website are our service men and women. And we're kicking off Memorial Day Weekend with something special.
Tomorrow starting at 6pm we're throwing a happy hour meetup for our troops. It's all going down at our favorite watering hole, Shiner's Saloon. Everybody is invited. This is a not a ticketed event, it don't cost nothin'. If you are an active service member or a veteran you'll be given a wrist bad which will get you a free Military KCCO and all the KCCO Black you can drink.
*While supplies last. - After that you can just drink regular beer for free, or whatever damage you can do to my pre-paid Visa.
If you're not an active service member, just remember to come and meet as many of our Nation's heroes as you can, shake their hands, and RAK 'em a shot or three. There will be live music, food, and appearances from some of your favorite Chivettes.
See y'all tomorrow to raise a glass with our troops!
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I'm told there are a lot of KCCO Flags flying in the small town of Hutto, TX today. The small community has made the national spotlight after the Chivers sandblasted another goal.
A young boy named DJ, three-time cancer survivor at only 4 years-old, had a dream of one day playing his favorite sport, baseball. But there was no field nearby, much less the kind of specialized diamond needed for disabled children.
Chive Charities stepped up first with a $200,000 donation to help build the field - our biggest donation ever.
And then the Chivers tripled a $50,000 goal in 24 hours, raising $150,000 in record time to complete funding on the project... and then some. The total funds raised now stands at $350,000.
Read the story here.
KCCO Ability Field will support more than just baseball. Disabled kids from miles around will also be able to safely play soccer, kickball, and flag football. The community will be able to use it for various fundraisers and outdoor gatherings.
Lastly, DJ's mother, Ashlei, wrote us today and said this:
"What you guys are doing is amazing. I'm not the best with words. I wish I was so I could express just how wonderful and great and appreciative we are of everything.
... There is a little boy in a wheel chair who would play with us but he hated getting his wheelchair wheels dirty. I keep thinking of how happy he will be when he doesn't have to go home and clean his wheels anymore."
Well done again, Chivers.
You can still donate RIGHT HERE!
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