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San Antonio ‘lights the city orange’ in celebration of UTSA Football

San Antonio ‘lights the city orange’ in celebration of UTSA Football

Edward Jones at Stone Oak shows its appreciation for UTSA Football with an orange window display.

DECEMBER 3, 2021 — The City of San Antonio and Centro San Antonio encouraged local leaders and business owners to “Light the City Orange” starting on the evening of Wednesday, December 1, to acknowledge an incredible season from UTSA Football and rally the city around the Roadrunners as they prepare for the Ryan Conference USA Championship Game on Friday evening. Boy, did they ever step up.

Landmarks, monuments and businesses across San Antonio are currently glowing in orange lights, and will continue do so through Saturday, December 4. Local businesses can continue to share photos of their “Light the City Orange” displays on social media using the hashtags #UTSA and #LetsGo210.

From City Hall to Smokey Mo’s, take a look at some of the San Antonio institutions showing their support for the Roadrunners:


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