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MY INDIANA FOOTBALL TICKET GIVEAWAY

Posted Oct 10, 2012

My Indiana Football is offering Indiana High School Football fans the opportunity to win Colts tickets.



My Indiana Football is giving you an opportunity to win tickets to a home Colts game this season! As you may know the Indianapolis Colts are actively involved in Indiana High School Football. Aside from being the presenting sponsor of the IHSAA State Football Tournament, they have a variety of high school football programs and initiatives.

This season, Ivy Tech Community College teamed up with the Colts to give fans the opportunity to vote and nominate a player for the Ivy Tech Community College Scholar Athlete of the Week. You can find out more information on the program right here.

How can you win Colts tickets? This is the easy part! Simply nominate a current Indiana High School Football player for the Ivy Tech Community College Scholar Athlete of the Week. Be as descriptive as possible when filling out the nomination form.

Anyone who nominates a player is automatically entered into a drawing to win tickets to the Browns, Dolphins, Titans, or Texans games at Lucas Oil Stadium this year. We will do a weekly drawing until we have given away all the tickets.

So simply nominate a player in the below field and be sure to put your e-mail address. If you win, you will be contacted via e-mail about the tickets.

*incomplete nomination forms will not be entered into drawing, must complete the entire form

 

 


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