OPEN MINI-CAMP PRACTICE AT LUCAS OIL STADIUM

On Wednesday, June 12, the Indianapolis Colts will host an open Mini-Camp at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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June 12 Event Supported by American Family Insurance, Indiana Corn Marketing Council and Indiana Soybean Alliance

INDIANAPOLIS - On Wednesday, June 12, the Indianapolis Colts will host an open Mini-Camp at Lucas Oil Stadium. The event, which will give fans the opportunity to watch practice and enjoy a variety of activities, is free and open to the public. Doors will open at 2 p.m. for fans to enjoy access to the field, give-a-ways, half price concessions and more. Practice is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m. Fans are encouraged to bring a school supply to donate at the event for Backpack Attack, a local program that provides school supplies for students in need. Additional details will be provided at www.colts.com in the coming weeks.

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WHAT:            2013 Colts Mini-Camp

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WHEN:            Wednesday, June 12

*                        *2:00 p.m. – Doors Open, On-Field Activities

                        5:30 p.m. – Practice Begins

WHERE:          Lucas Oil Stadium

*                        *500 S. Capitol Ave

                        Indianapolis, IN 46225

*PARKING:      *Free in the Tire Barn South Lot

The Indianapolis Colts currently have season tickets available, visit www.colts.com/tickets or call 317-299-4WIN (4946) for details.  If there are still season tickets available on June 12 they will be tagged in Lucas Oil Stadium to be viewed and purchased that day as a part of a Select-A-Seat Day.

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