"Super Scarves" Reaches Milestone
With about 500 days before the big game, the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee receives its 1,000th scarf.
"Super Scarves" is a community-based initiative that encourages people to knit or crochet scarves that will be gifted to 8,000 Super Bowl volunteers as a sign of appreciation.
Host committee spokeswoman Dianna Boyce says blue and white scarves have been coming in from 14 states from California to Maine.
Blue, the Indianapolis Colts mascot, will be sporting his own "Super Scarf" this Sunday as the team takes on the New York Giants inside Lucas Oil Stadium.
If you'd like to help the host committee reach its goal of 8,000 scarves, log onto www.our2012sb.com/super-scarves to get more information about the program.
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