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Free blue light bulbs available to support IMPD

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INDIANAPOLIS - The Indianapolis Colts are joining with Meijer and GE to provide 4,000 free blue light bulbs for local Hoosiers to honor the men and women of law enforcement and to support the Indy Going Blue for IMPD effort.

The light bulbs will be available, while supplies last, today from 4-6 p.m. at the Pike Plaza Meijer (5349 Pike Plaza Rd.) and Southport Road Meijer (5325 E Southport Rd.). The bulbs will be available near the front of the stores, inside the general merchandise entrance.

The limit is one bulb per person.

The Colts, Meijer and GE were inspired to organize this effort after learning that Central Indiana residents who wanted to join the Indy Going Blue for IMPD movement were having a difficult time locating blue light bulbs in the Indianapolis area.

The organizations are encouraging residents to show their support for IMPD and all the men and women of law enforcement by changing out their porch lights with the blue bulbs Friday evening.

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