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BOWLING GREEN, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Green State University is trying something a little different to get people
pumped up for the kickoff of football season. They're asking everyone to join
them in painting the town orange and brown.
is invited to stop by the Stroh Center ticket office to pick up an orange light
idea started when Associate Athletics Director Mary Ellen Gillespie went to
Indianapolis for a Colts game. She noticed a lot of blue lighting, and thought
that was a great way to get the community involved.
can swap out porch or outdoor light bulbs with orange ones, or even decorate
their home, business or dorm room. There will be a contest, and pictures can be
submitted to the BGSU
Facebook or Twitter account (@bgsu), with the hashtag ‘#paintthetown'.
going to have some secret judges going around and looking at homes and offices,
and then we'll be giving out some prizes," said Gillespie. "Some of those
prizes are a suite at a football game, some premium seats, sideline gear that
our coaches are going to be wearing. So we're really, really excited about it."
in northwest Ohio is welcome to get involved, as well as long-distance alumni.
The contest runs until the Tuesday before the home opener against Tulsa on
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