July 26 – Kids Day, Presented by Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health
July 27 – Armed Forces Day
INDIANAPOLIS – This weekend, the Indianapolis Colts will host two special days at Training Camp, presented by Verizon. Saturday, July 26, will be Kids Day, presented by Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health and Sunday, July 27, has been named Armed Forces Day.
KIDS’ DAY AT COLTS TRAINING CAMP, PRESENTED BY RILEY HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN AT INDIANA UNIVERSITY HEALTH
SATURDAY, JULY 26
On Saturday, a $2.50 kid’s meal will be available at the concession stands for youth ages 12 and under. In the morning, Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health will host a free, high-energy camp enabling 200 pre-registered kids to sample Change the Play—the popular health, fitness and nutrition program Colts QB Andrew Luck created with hospital experts. Luck will be on hand at Macholtz Stadium for a portion of the camp to encourage and applaud Change the Play participants through various physical activities. Registration for the camp is full. Visit www.iuhealth.org/changetheplay to learn more about Change the Play and to register for the fall challenge.
ARMED FORCES DAY
SUNDAY, JULY 27
The Colts will dedicate Sunday, July 27, to the men and women of the Armed Forces. Active and former military personnel will receive discounted parking and concessions by showing their military ID. In addition, the Colts are teaming up with Wish For Our Heroes, a non-profit organization that helps grant wishes of military members and their family, to host a group of 35 soldiers for a VIP practice viewing experience.
ABOUT COLTS TRAINING CAMP, PRESENTED BY VERIZON
For a complete schedule of Colts Training Camp practice times and hours of operation for Colts City, visit www.colts.com/trainingcamp. Colts City, supported in part by Bud Light, is a free interactive fan area at Colts Training Camp, presented by Verizon, that includes Colts inflatables, autographs from Colts Cheerleaders, the Colts Pro Shop, concessions and interactive booths.
In addition, the Colts have partnered with Goodwill to offer a free pair of limited edition Colts sunglasses to every fan who makes a donation at Training Camp. The Goodwill collection will be located at the entrance of Colts City to accept gently used clothing, toys, housewares and more. Cash donations will not be accepted.
Fans who donate and scan their Goodwill Rewards Card will be entered to win (2) VIP sideline tickets to the Colts vs. Eagles Monday Night Football game on September 15th. For fans that do not currently have a Rewards Card, Goodwill will be signing up new members on-site at Training Camp. Limit of one pair of sunglasses per donation, per family, per day.
Colts City is open from 12:30-5:00 p.m. on July 26th and 27th. Practice will take place from 1:55-4:25 p.m. each day. Both are free and open to the public. Visit www.colts.com/trainingcamp for full details.
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