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Posted by coltsindianapolis on June 10, 2013 – 1:22 pm

Is it football season yet? No, but we’re getting closer! What better way to get ready for the season than to hold a photo contest? Throughout the 2013 season, we will be holding a handful of contest, promotions, and ways for YOU the fans to win Colts prizes. The first contest of the 2013 season is underway and we’re looking for COLTSTRONG Pets! That’s right, we’re introducing the Colts Extra Points COLTSTRONG Pet Contest so we can see your four-legged fans and what their Colts pride looks like. You can submit an entry or simply vote a join in on all the fun.

You could win:

COLTSTRONG Pet Contest Grand Prize
– Winner: Colts vs. Oakland (season opener)
– Two (2) Club seats
– One (1) parking pass
– Two (2) pre-game field passes
– $100 Colts Grille Gift Card
– Photo of winning pet featured in article
– Top Three Runners-up (based on votes)
– Two (2) tickets to a selected Colts game
– Two (2) pre-game field passes
– $50 Colts Grille Gift Card
Fun categories
– Cutest: Colts Yearbook and $50 Colts Grille Gift Card
– Funniest: Colts Yearbook and $50 Colts Grille Gift Card
– COLTSTRONGiest: Colts Yearbook and $50 Colts Grille Gift Card


Find out why Colts Fans love the Colts Extra Points Credit Card!

Find out why Colts Fans love the Colts Extra Points Credit Card!

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Posted by Kevin Bowen on – 9:14 am

The 2013 Colts rookie class were back out on the town this weekend, heading down to Bankers Life Fieldhouse to watch the WNBA World Champion Indiana Fever.

After having lunch at Colts Grille, the rookie class took in the nationally televised game against the Phoenix Mercury.

“It’s awesome, especially being so close,” fourth round pick Khaled Holmes said from his second row seat. “This is probably the closest I’ve sat to any professional basketball game. I’ve never been to a WNBA game but we are having a blast.”

Holmes had a connection with the Mercury as Phoenix guard Briana Gilbreath was a former classmate of his at USC and she played 34 minutes in Saturday afternoon’s contest.

It was a boisterous crowd of 8,672 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse and the Colts rookies got a taste of what they might encounter later this year from their home fans.

“That just shows you how much sports mean to this city and how much the players mean to the fans,” third round pick Hugh Thornton said. “It goes both ways so I’m excited to be out here supporting the Fever and being out here with all these great fans.”

This was the second trip to Bankers Life Fieldhouse for the rookie class as they took in the Pacers clinching game six victory over the New York Knicks during the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

Throw in a visit to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during May and the rookies have gotten a taste of what their new home has to offer.

“We are out here just learning the layout of the land,” Thornton said. “We got the opportunity to come see the basketball game and so far everything we’ve done in Indianapolis, I’ve loved it. I love this city and look forward to doing some more.”

With a three-day minicamp beginning on Tuesday, the rookie class will continue a tour of Indianapolis over the next two weeks with the team bonding continuing to grow out in the community.

Screen shot 2013-06-10 at 9.10.10 AM“Obviously we are here to play football and that’s 100 percent the main focus, but at the same time, (Director of Player Engagement David Thornton) and the whole Colts organization has done a great time getting us acclimated to the city and allowing us to have a great time while we are playing here,” Holmes said.

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