Kroenke Sports & Entertainment to pay its part-time & hourly employees for the next 30 days

Posted at 6:22 PM, Mar 15, 2020

DENVER — Kroenke Sports and Entertainment (KSE) announced late Saturday night its part-time and hourly employees with still be paid the next 30 days, despite United States sports league not currently playing games due to coronavirus concerns.

KSE currently owns the Pepsi Center, Paramount Theatre, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, and 1STBANK Center and have suspended all events for the next 30 days.

In the statement released to the media, KSE Vice-Chairman Josh Kroenke says, “Denver is an incredibly resilient city. Our hourly KSE event staff plays an integral role in ensuring our fan experience is first class in every way, and it is with these thoughts in mind that KSE will continue to pay its part-time and hourly employees for the next 30 days. We also have asked our vendors and partners to do the same. Please stay smart, stay safe, and support one another."

KSE will also continue to work with the local food recovery program, We Don’t Waste, to provide food for those in need as they donated six pallets of food this past week.