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While Baltimore Ravens players and coaches prepare for this Sunday’s Divisional Playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium against Houston (1 p.m.), the rest of the Ravens organization will continue to paint the town purple – literally.

Tomorrow (Jan. 10) morning and afternoon, members of the Ravens’ grounds crew will visit the Best Western Hotel near McDaniel College and Towson’s Patriot Plaza to paint the team’s logo at each location. The group will be joined by Ravens front office staff, cheerleaders and team mascots to help celebrate the Ravens’ postseason push and hand out giveaways to fans who attend.

(For more info and locations, click on the 'Jump' to read the rest of the Ravens' press release)

Late tomorrow night and into Wednesday morning, with the blessing of the Baltimore City and County governments, Ravens front office staff will continue to paint the town with black and purple spray chalk using a smaller stencil. On Wednesday morning, as Baltimoreans wake up, they will find the Ravens logo and the mantra "RELENTLESS" at over 500 locations throughout the area. Locations will consist of high-trafficked areas, key destinations, hospitals, libraries and other businesses such as Hunt Valley Town Center, Westminster Town Mall, Aberdeen Town Hall, Cross Street Market and the Inner Harbor.

Fans will be able to purchase their own stencils through the Ravens store at Sports Legends Museum or at www.BaltimoreRavensStore.com, as well as all other exclusive playoff merchandise.

What: Painting of Ravens Logo & Midnight Stenciling of Ravens Logo

When: Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012

Where: 10-11 a.m.

Best Western Hotel

451 Western Maryland College Drive

Westminster, MD 21158

(On the hill)

12-1 p.m.

Courts Building in Patriot Plaza

401 Bosley Avenue

Towson, MD 21204

(Back of the building)

Midnight Stenciling – after business hours to Wednesday a.m.

High-trafficked areas in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard County, Harford County and Carroll County

Who: Ravens grounds crew, front office staff, cheerleaders and mascots