HANK FM COLTS BLUE HOUSE

On Friday, the Colts joined with 97.1 Hank FM and Habitat for Humanity to welcome Nick Stalcup to his new Colts Blue House.

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Colts, Hank FM, Habitat for Humanity Hand Over Keys to New Homeowner

INDIANAPOLIS – Downtown Indianapolis got a little more blue in it on Friday afternoon as the Colts, Hank FM and Habitat for Humanity welcomed Nick Stalcup and his two young daughters to their new Colts Blue House. Situated less than a mile from Lucas Oil Stadium, the home was painted blue at the request of Nick, who is a big Colts fan.

The Colts Blue House project was started by Hank FM's Wank and O'Brien and through the support of numerous community organizations and companies, as well as hundreds of volunteers, the home was built in just a few short months. Friday marked the final stage of the build process as the home was dedicated and the keys were handed to Nick and his daughters, Callie and Elena.

Colts Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing Tom Zupancic helped welcome Nick and his daughters to their new home by presenting them with a personalized, framed Colts jersey and the opportunity to attend the Colts 2009 home opener on September 13. Nick and his daughters will also be provided with pre-game sideline passes and the chance to be on the Colts radio show.

To learn more about the Colts Blue House project, click here.

To find out how you can get involved with Habitat for Humanity, visit www.indyhabitat.org.

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