Found April 24, 2012 on The Colts Authority:
If you have season tickets in you're in for a treat: Jim Irsay is giving away ten autographed footballs and a car. Yes, a car. Andrew Luck will autograph ten footballs. Reggie Wayne will sign one of those. Season ticket holders are somehow going to get these footballs. If you get a football and it was signed by Reggie, the car is yours: WIN Free,brand new Toyota! Must b Season Ticket Holder! 10 balls signed by #1 pick,the 1 with Reggie's signature also on ball Wins! — Jim Irsay (@JimIrsay) April 23, 2012
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