With hoots and hollers, groups of Ravens fans set out on a mission Tuesday evening.
"We're going to paint the town purple," Matt Little with the Ravens organization, said.
Little met fans at the in Bel Air at 6 p.m. Tuesday to show enthusiastic volunteers how to spray Ravens signs and "chalk" the sidewalks around Harford County.
The was stationed outside the restaurant for the event.
Little said the symbols usually last a few weeks, depending on the weather, before they are washed away.
He explained Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard County and Carroll County were also included in their efforts Tuesday to paint Maryland purple for the playoffs.