Make It Personal Tour Update

The Colts Make It Personal Tour traveled to the AAA in Munice. The stop included the Colts In Motion traveling museum, along with the Colts Quarterback Challenge and the opportunity to win Colts pre-season tickets.

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The Colts Make Their Eighth Make It Personal Tour Stop in Muncie

Muncie - The parking lot outside of the AAA in Muncie was packed Wednesday night. However, the people filling the parking lot were not hoping to get insurance, they were waiting for their chance to meet Josh Betts and Jeff Charleston at the eighth Make It Personal tour stop.

Among the fans were Blake, 3, and Caleb, 2, and their Father Ben. Ben is a Colts season ticket holder; however, Blake and Caleb have not been able to attend a game yet.

"It is a great chance for the kids to be able to come out and see the players in person. They were really excited when we got to the front of the line." said Ben.

The excitement continued for Blake and Caleb after they received their autographs. They headed over to the Grange insurance booth, where they were able to spin the wheel for a variety of prizes. Both boys left happy with new Colts footballs.

You can join your fellow Colts fans and follow the Colts on the next Make It Personal tour stop in Lawrenceburg on Thursday, June 26, from 4:00 – 6:00 PM at the Dearborn County fairgrounds.

To learn more information about the MIP Tour, check out www.colts.com/MIP for more information and updates.

Linton – The line had already formed by the time the Colts arrived in Linton on Tuesday night for the Make It Personal tour stop at Humphrey's Park.  Thousands of fans showed up to meet the Colts players and Cheerleaders, and amongst those in line were neighbors Sarah, 10, Morgan, 9, and Sydney, 9. 

"We are so excited to see the Colts!" said Sarah.

Equipped with their hand painted Colts shirts that they had created the night before, the girls waited in line for their chance to meat Colts players Michael Toudouze and Josh Betts as well as the Colts Cheerleaders.

"The best part of today was getting autographs from the players." said Morgan.

Josh Betts, a Colts back-up quaterback, has had the opportunity to play under both Peyton Manning and Ben Roethlisberger.  According to Betts, "I was lucky enough to learn from two of the best.  You try to take as much away as you can and apply it to your own game to get better".

After Colts fans had a chance to meet the players and cheerleaders, they had the chance to register to win pre-season Colts tickets.  Fans also had the opportunity to donate blood at the Bleed Blue Blood drive sponsored by the Indiana Blood Center.

To learn more information about the MIP Tour, check out www.colts.com/MIP for more information and updates.

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