Portland Make It Personal Tour

The Colts Make It Personal Tour traveled to the Jay Community Center in Portland. The stop included the Colts Quarterback Challenge and the opportunity to win Colts pre-season tickets.

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The Colts Make Their Fifteenth Make It Personal Tour Stop in Portland

Portland – The heat was sweltering as fans showed up for the fifteenth Colts Make It Personal tour stop in Portland on Thursday night at the Jay Community Center, but that would not keep Colts fans from meeting Ramon Guzman and Clint Session as well as several Colts cheerleaders.

Three young fans braving the heat were Avery, 7, Clint, 7, and Storm, 7. They were equipped with their fire mans hats and autographed posters. The three were very excited to be at the Colts Make It Personal tour stop. Not only did they receive autographs from the Colts players and cheerleaders, but they also each received a Blue doll.

After Avery, Storm, and Clint received their autographs they headed over to the Colts Quarterback Challenge where they tested their quarterback skills. After each turn, the boys were rewarded with blue footballs from the Air Force.

"My favorite part was the players" said an excited Avery, but then he reconsidered and pointed at the Colts cheerleaders and said "actually, I like them more".

The Colts will be traveling to Martinsville on Friday night to the Martinsville High School for a special Fan Fest dedicated to help flood victims. Fan Fest will be from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM and will include a free community concert by Toy Factory.

To learn more information about the Colts Make It Personal tour, keep up to date with www.colts.com/FanFest.

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