Mayor declares Friday 'Cardinal Red Day

Print
Mayor Fischer makes a bet with Wichita's mayor

Saying he wants the city to break its own “world record” for the most people wearing red in one day, Mayor Greg Fischer declared Friday, April 5, as Cardinal Red Day in Louisville.

Fischer Red Card 45.jpgHe encouraged people to wear red, businesses to display red in their windows and doors and residents to show red at their homes, in their neighborhoods and on Facebook and other social media.

“I want to paint the town red – literally,” Fischer said. “It’s been an amazing, and lately very emotional, season for the Cards – both the men and the women -- and we want the whole city to get behind them in their quest for national titles in Atlanta and New Orleans.”

cardinal flag.jpg“The city is abuzz with excitement over both men’s and women’s teams – and the tremendous teamwork that brought them to this pinnacle of college basketball,” Fischer said. “Kevin Ware showed that, even in personal adversity, he put his teammates first, asking them to win the game and they responded by rallying around him. The women’s satisfying run in the tournament shows what a high-performance team can accomplish.”

The mayor noted that Louisville created and set its existing world record for Most People Wearing Red in a Day last year during the Cards run to the 2012 Final Four.

“This is a special time to be a Louisvillian and to show your support for our hometown teams,” Fischer said.

People may download and print the Mayor’s special proclamation — colored red — at the city’s website www.louisvilleky.gov

cardinal red day.jpg

Photo Credits:  Office of Louisville Metro Mayor

About Thomas McAdam
At various times I have been a student, a soldier, a college Political Science teacher, a political campaign treasurer, and legal adviser to Louisville's Police Department and Board of Aldermen. I now practice law and share my political opinions with anyone who will listen.
More articles from Thomas McAdam
Like us on Facebook!
Subscribe to our RSS Feed!
Follow us on Twitter!
Add us to your circles on Google+!
Follow us on Pinterest!
Follow us on Tumblr!

Search Louisville Events

More Events | Post an Event | Event Map
thu
23
fri
24
sat
25
sun
26
mon
27
tue
28
wed
29

Search Louisville Restaurants

Louisville Independent Business Alliance

 

Copyright © 2014 Louisville.com, All Rights Reserved
137 W. Muhammad Ali Boulevard, Suite 102, Louisville, KY 40202
502-625-0100
Mobile Site