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COLTS TO VISIT BREMEN ON THE 2011 FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL TOUR

August 30, 2011
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08/31/11 The Indianapolis Colts 2011 Friday Night Football Tour will visit Bremen Senior High School on Friday, September 9th for the Bremen vs. Triton game.  The second game on the tour will be held at Bremen Senior High School, 511 West Grant St., Bremen, IN 46506 at 7:00 p.m.  The Friday Night Football Tour is part of the Colts Make It Personal campaign. 

“The 2011 Friday Night Football Tour will collaborate with MYINDIANAFOOTBALL.COM in an effort to strengthen youth and high school football across the state” said Tom Zupancic, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Colts. “This website allows every high school in the state of Indiana to have their own web page devoted exclusively to their team.  These programs are only a couple examples of how supportive and committed the Indianapolis Colts are to every level of football.”

The Tour will be open one and a half (1.5) hours prior to kickoff and will feature the Colts traveling museum, Colts In Motion.  Colts In Motion is a 42 foot trailer equipped with interactive videos, a chance to feel the field turf and a behind the scenes look at the team.  Other Friday Night Football Tour elements include Colts Cheerleader autographs, Quarterback Challenge football toss, Colts giveaways and fans may also register to win Colts tickets and prizes.

As a part of the 2011 Friday Night Football Tour, the Indianapolis Colts will make a $500 donation to each of the home team’s football and cheerleading programs on behalf of the Friday Night Football Tour sponsors.  The Friday Night Football Tour is presented by Herff Jones, Ivy Tech, Farmers Insurance Group, and Indiana Education Savings Authority.

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One Response to “ COLTS TO VISIT BREMEN ON THE 2011 FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL TOUR ”

  1. Cha Cox on August 30, 2011 at 9:23 pm

    The football team and cheerleaders each get $500 dollars for their programs, what about the high school bands? Aren’t they just as big of a part of Friday night football in Indiana?