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Indy utility shows support for former Colts QB

INDIANAPOLIS – An Indianapolis power company plans to cheer on former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning in Sunday’s Super Bowl with a bright display on its downtown tower.

Manning now plays for the Denver Broncos, but that hasn’t watered down many Hoosiers’ adoration of the quarterback who led the Colts to their first Super Bowl win. Manning will get a chance to win his second Super Bowl ring Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.

Indianapolis Power & Light Co. says the windows of its 10-story headquarters on Indianapolis’ Monument Circle will be lit in the pattern of the number 18 throughout the weekend.

Manning wore the number in Indianapolis and now wears it in Denver.

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