DOWN TO THE WIRE

Fans have been voting for the 2008 Colts Cheerleaders since auditions on Saturday, April 12. Now, voting is coming down to the wire, with voting on Colts.com scheduled to end on Thursday, April 24 at 6 p.m.

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Fan Voting for 2008 Colts Cheerleaders to End Thursday at 6 p.m.

INDIANAPOLIS - When it comes to the 2008 Colts Cheerleaders, fans can still make their voices heard.

They just can't wait too long.

Fans have been voting for the 2008 Colts Cheerleaders since auditions on Saturday, April 12. Now, voting is coming down to the wire, with voting on Colts.com scheduled to end on Thursday, April 24 at 6 p.m.

Fans can vote for their three favorite cheerleader candidates by visiting
www.colts.com/sub.cfm?page=cheer_profiles
.

The Colts will be selecting approximately 30 women to represent the team on the field as well as in the community at many events and charity functions throughout the State of Indiana.

Entering their 25th season, Colts Cheerleaders continue to be an integral part of the Colts' organization. On the field, these women will be the first to perform for more than 63,000 fans in the new Lucas Oil Stadium. Off the field and in the community, these women donate their hearts and time as community representatives for hundreds of events across the state.

Colts Cheerleaders have appeared at charity functions, conventions, grand openings, fairs, tradeshows, among other events, and they also donate their time to many charitable and civic causes each year. Colts Cheerleaders participated in more than 200 community events throughout Indiana last year, logging more than 1,500 hours of service.

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