INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A local business owner is still getting buzz over posters encouraging Indianapolis Colts fans to "Keep Calm and Kerry On."
Jared Ingold, owner of The Art Press, hasn't been posting the posters he created, but they have sprung up around the city anyway.
"I just thought it'd be a great thing to say to the city and for the Colts," Ingold said.
The poster is a play on an old British propaganda poster, which urged people during World War II to "Keep Calm and Carry On." The new poster is a reference to quarterback Kerry Collins, who came out of retirement to fill in for Peyton Manning as he recovers from neck surgery.
While the poster is blue and has a helmet, it contains no official Colts images. Ingold said that was intentional.
"One of my friends suggested (I) put horseshoes on the helmet and I was like, ‘Ah, I better stay away from that,'" Ingold said.
Ingold handed out the posters to friends and acquaintances who posted them around town. Only one complaint has made it back to him, and it came from a local business owner.
"He was concerned that ‘Kerry' was spelled wrong, and I had to explain to him why," Ingold said.
After the explanation and an offer to drive over to the business to retrieve the sign, the owner said it was fine for it to stay because it was cool.
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