A Colorado woman is honoring law enforcement in an uncommon way: bedecking her vehicle with the Thin Blue Line flag and other police-related regalia.
What are the details?
KCNC-TV reported that Jenna Hudlicky is celebrating National Police Week with a (literally) moving tribute.
Hudlicky's personal vehicle, a black Dodge Charger, also features an American flag and has been signed by officers from law enforcement agencies around Colorado.
"I’ve been to a couple of agencies, and I’ve asked them to sign the vehicle," Hudlicky told KCNC.
According to KCNC, "In just a matter of weeks, more than 250 officers from Jefferson County, Arapahoe County, Longmont, Fort Collins, Pueblo, and Dacono have all left their mark."
She noted that when she drives her car around, she gets a lot of attention.
"They love the car," Hudlicky says of locals. "They always just stare at it. It’s great."
She added, "Some of them will run up and give me a thumbs up when I drive home."
Why did she do this to her car?
Hudlicky has nothing but the utmost respect for officers and first responders.
"They put their lives on the line for us every single day," she told KCNC. "They don’t know whether or not they are going to come home to their families. This is my outward show of support."
Hudlicky said that she simply wants to convey her message of respect and support loud and clear.
"Mostly I just want that message to be heard," she explained. "You know I support law enforcement."