Posted Jan 25, 2013

The Indianapolis Colts invite Indiana schools and community centers to enter the NFL PLAY 60 Bus Contest for a chance to win a visit from the NFL PLAY 60 Bus and NFL player(s)!

INDIANAPOLIS – Calling out all Indiana schools and community centers! For the second year, school administrators, teachers, PTO/PTA leaders and after-school/community center program leaders have the chance to enter the NFL PLAY 60 Bus Contest to win a great prize package for their school or center. Schools, after-school programs and community centers all serving youth, grades K-8, are eligible to participate.*


The deadline to enter the NFL PLAY 60 Bus Contest is February 10, 2013 at If your school or center is committed to providing interactive opportunities to motivate youth to live active and healthy lifestyles, you have the power to bring the NFL PLAY 60 Bus to Indiana!


Your entry must share the biggest challenge facing their school/center's health & wellness efforts and how the NFL and the NFL PLAY 60 Bus can make your community a better place for kids to get active and healthy. One winning school/center of the contest will receive a visit from the NFL PLAY 60 Bus and NFL player(s). Please visit for complete details.


The PLAY 60 initiative is an NFL-wide effort to encourage youth to participate in at least sixty minutes of physical activity each day. For more information, about Colts PLAY 60 programs, please visit


*See for Official Rules.

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