INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Indianapolis Colts fans are urged to show their Colts spirit this Halloween.
The Indianapolis Colts are hosting a Colts themed pumpkin contest. Fans are urged to be creative and carve or paint their favorite Colts design onto a pumpkin.
Colts Fan Correspondent Casey B told 24-Hour News 8 that when it comes to the contest, the sky is the limit.
"We've seen a couple that were really good. We've seen some painted pumpkins, which are always cool. But, really I want to see the ones that took hours and hours and hours. I know they'll come in, once we get closer to Halloween. We've seen a couple with the generic horseshoe and that kind of thing. So we've seen a wide variety, and that's what's nice about this and you can really customize and you can really do what you want with it and get creative with it," Casey B said Friday.
This is the first year of the contest, which runs through November 1.
The winner will receive a $50 gift certificate to the Colts Grille downtown.
For more information and to submit your pumpkin to the contest, please click here.
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