INDIANAPOLIS – While Colts players are normally treated as "heroes" during training camp, Huntington Bank and the Indianapolis Colts switched gears and focused on the underserved youth of Indianapolis. Twenty-five youth from Pride Community Center of Indianapolis were treated to a special "VIP" practice viewing experience, which included the chance to join the team huddle at the end of practice, a meet-and-greet with Head Coach Chuck Pagano and Colts players and a visit Colts City.
The "Huntington Camp Heroes" initiative was created to provide youth, who may not otherwise have the opportunity, with the chance to experience Colts Training Camp. As a part of the program, the Colts and Huntington provided transportation to and from Training Camp, backpacks filled with school supplies, t-shirts and goodie bags for each of the children.
Huntington is the Official Bank of the Indianapolis Colts and has partnered with the team on several community initiatives over the years. This is the seventh year the Colts and Huntington have teamed up for the "Huntington Camp Heroes" program.
The Colts teamed up with Huntington Bank to host 25 youth at training camp.