Indianapolis Colts Make It Personal Tour Stops in Louisville, Kentucky
The sun shone brightly down on the line of fans in Louisville on Thursday, as they waited to meet Colts players Tom Santi and Jacob Tamme. Both players happily signed autographs and posed for pictures with excited fans of all ages.
As fans waited to meet the Santi and Tamme, they were able to register to win free pre-season tickets to see the Colts play at Lucas Oil Stadium and kids were able to register to be a member of the Colts Kids Club.
The Colts Kids Club is a club designed exclusively for the younger generation of Colts fans ages 5-14 and costs $20 for a year membership. Upon registration, the new member receive an array of exclusive Colts Kids Club items and access to special events hosted by the Colts Kids Club.
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Noah, from Louisville, signed up for the Colts Kids Club at the Make It Personal stop on Thursday.
"My favorite part of my Kids Club Package is the hat," said Noah.
"And my favorite part of being a member is getting to meet players at Kids Club events."
Noah's mother was also excited to sign him up for the Kids Club. She believes that kids need more role models, and being a member of the Kids Club is a great experience.
"The exclusive Kids Club events are great," says Noah's mother.
"They allow the kids to see that the players are real people. It's great that they come out and interact with the kids."
Trent, age 7, also signed up to be a Kids Club member. He is especially excited to receive his Kids Club package in the mail, and can't wait until he gets to start doing Kids Club activities.
"The package sounds good, and I'm excited to meet players!" Trent said excitedly as he received his Kids Club water bottle and lanyard.
Kids can register to be a member of the Kids Club at each Make It Personal stop or Fan Fest event. Registration can also be done online at www.colts.com/kids.
Make It Personal stops include other activities for kids to enjoy. The interactive inflatables provide hours of entertainment. The Mountain Slide, a giant inflatable slide around 20 feet tall, was set up along side the Bounce House. Each inflatable had kids of all ages clamoring to enjoy the fun offered by the inflatables.
Blue, the team mascot, made a special appearance and thrilled fans by tossing Edy's ice cream to the crowd from the roof of Colts In Motion, the team's traveling museum. Blue also gave away t-shirts and other items to fans.
Each Make It Personal stop has activities for fans of all ages. The event offers a family-friendly atmosphere for fans to interact with the Colts. The next Make It Personal tour will stop in Avon, Indiana, at AAA on Monday, June 15th. The event will last from 4 PM – 6 PM.
For more information or schedule updates on the Make It Personal tour, visit www.colts.com/events.