STARKVILLE—The 19th College Colors Day, a national holiday developed by collegiate licensing leader CLC to celebrate collegiate fandom and the official kickoff of college football, returns Friday [Sept. 1]. College Colors Day encourages Bulldog fans across the country to show their Mississippi State spirit by wearing their favorite school apparel on a single day.
Bulldog fans are invited to show their spirit and engage with other fans on social media by using #CollegeColorsDay.
This year’s College Colors Day theme, “Fan Out Loud,” urges fans to boldly express their passion for the Bulldogs and show off their pride through Mississippi State apparel and other fan gear whether at work or school, close to campus or across the country.
“I’m extremely honored to partner with CLC to encourage fans across the country to show off their school spirit on College Colors Day and fan out loud,” said Jesse Palmer, this year’s official College Colors Day spokesperson. “As a former collegiate athlete, there’s nothing more exciting than the start of the new college football season. l hope college fans everywhere will join me in supporting their favorite school to fan out loud Sept. 1—I’ll be following along on social!”
Fans can visit www.CollegeColorsDay.com to download school graphics, get more information about the holiday, enter for a chance to win a trip for two with tickets to the College Football Playoff (CFP) National Championship in Houston via CLC’s relationship with the College Football Playoff (CFP) and its foundation’s Extra Yard for Teachers program. CLC is a division of LEARFIELD, the media and technology company powering college athletics.
“We are excited to celebrate another fun College Colors Day alongside our partner universities and all college sports fans to kick off the fall sports season,” said Nicole Armentrout, CLC’s Senior Vice President of Marketing. “This year, we are calling on all fans across the country to 'fan out loud’ with their favorite college gear, whether you’re watching games from your couch at home, the bleachers in the stadium, or a barstool at your favorite spot.”