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Kids Color PPG Contest
August 16, 2023

Kids Color PPG 

August 16, 2023 

Think you have what it takes to design a firesuit for a championship race car driver? We invite you to give it a try!    

The 2023 #KidsColorPPG contest provides young fans the opportunity to design a PPG firesuit for 2023 Indianapolis 500 winner and two-time former NTT INDYCAR SERIES champ Josef Newgarden of Team Penske. The young fan that submits the winning design – which will be selected by Newgarden himself – will receive a prize pack with autographed items.   

How to enter: 

1. Print out the template featuring Josef Newgarden’s PPG firesuit on the Penske Pals coloring page (see below).  

2. Create and color your firesuit design, utilizing the PPG Refinish suit template.  

3. Have a parent or guardian take your picture holding your finished, original artwork and post the photo of your finished, original design on Facebook, Twitter, OR Instagram with the hashtag #KidsColorPPG.  

  • Facebook: Post your picture in the comments section (click here) using the hashtag #KidsColorPPG. Be sure to tag: @Team_Penske / @PPGRefinish 

  • Twitter: Tweet your picture using the hashtag #KidsColorPPG. Be sure to tag: @Team_Penske / @PPGRefinish_NA / @PPG 

  • Instagram Story: Post your picture on Instagram using the hashtag #KidsColorPPG: Be sure to tag: @Team_Penske / @PPGIndustries / @PPGRefinish 

The deadline to enter the 2023 #KidsColorPPG contest is Wednesday, August 23, 2023 at 11:59 pm ET. The contest is open to kids 12 years old and under, with permission from a parent or guardian. The winner will be announced on Friday, August 25, 2023 via the Team Penske social channels. 

Note: Entrants in the #KidsColorPPG contest grant Team Penske and PPG the authorization and rights to use the submitted design without any payment of fees or royalties outside of the agreed upon prize for one (1) winner.  

2023 PPG Coloring Page

To see more kids activities, visit our Penske Pals page.

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