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2019 Bleed Blue Blood Drive

Bleed Blue Blood Drive

Calling all Colts fans: Give blood and save lives on Dec. 17 at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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Versiti Blood Center of Indiana
Email 800-632-4722

Prove you bleed blue at the 22nd annual Bleed Blue Blood Drive

Friday, Dec. 17, 2021
9 am - 7 pm

FREE Parking onsite at Lucas Oil Stadium

Don’t miss your chance to make an impact off the field. Indiana hospital patients – and fellow Indianapolis Colts fans – need you. Give blood and save lives at the 22nd annual Bleed Blue Blood Drive on Friday, Dec. 17, 2021, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Lucas Oil Stadium. The event is presented by Versiti Blood Center of Indiana and the Indianapolis Colts. All attempting donors will receive an exclusive, limited-edition Colts football, photo opportunities and more!

Year in and year out, the most loyal football fans save the most lives, and this year will be no different. Show us you bleed blue.

Schedule your appointment at one of our donor centers.

Blood Drive Location:
Lucas Oil Stadium
500 S. Capitol Avenue
Indianopolis, IN 46225

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY, void where prohibited. Open to IN residents, 18+, residing within 75 miles of Indianapolis, IN. Ends 12/17/21. Official Rules available at registration table and at www.versiti.org/BleedBlue Sponsor: Versiti Blood Center of Indiana, 3450 N Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46208.

Bleed Blue Blood Drive Official Sweepstakes Rules

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