BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Purple pride is taking over. Less than 24 hours after the Ravens clinch a spot in the playoffs, the Ravens are literally painting the town purple.

Marcus Washington talks about all the excitement.

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Right now, it’s not hard to spot a Ravens fan or event.

Let the preps begin to paint the town purple. Covering the grass in front of City Hall with purple pride is just the beginning of the celebration and excitement of the Ravens heading to the playoffs.

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“It means you have to get ready for another football party,” Ravens fan, Juanita Bayer said.

No doubt, Baltimore is a big sports town with a lot of Ravens fans who are excited to see the way the regular season ended.

“We had a rough year with the injuries, the Ray Rice situation and Ngata, but we pulled through and that’s what it’s about,” Ravens fan, Kimberly Hendricks said.

Now fans are feeling the purple pride as the Ravens organization paints the town purple at City Hall and Federal Hill. Giving some fans the same feeling of 2012, when the Ravens won the Superbowl.

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“Every weekend when they were there, we had friends [at our home] and we went out and screamed when they won like New Year’s [eve],” Ravens fan, Peggie Ritter said.

In Lot D at M&T Bank Stadium, starting at 6 a.m. Tuesday, the organization is going to help the fans celebrate the team making it to the playoffs.

“We will be painting the fans’ cars purple so fans can come out and get their cars stenciled with the Ravens logo,” Heather Blocher with the Baltimore Ravens said. “It won’t be as quite as big as the one here, but you will have your car stenciled with our logo all week long if you like.”

Many fans will and they live in the moment as we get one step closer to bring the championship back home.

“It’s absolutely fantastic,” Hendrick said. “I am a big Ravens fan and I am just so excited… it as a nail biting in the beginning, but they did it… they pulled it off.”

There’s going to be a flock party over at the Giant’s food on West 41st Street Tuesday evening.

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