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Get Your Nittany Lions Football Posters!
Penn State football posters will become available July 11th and fans can pick them up at multiple locations in State College as well as in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Harrisburg and D.C. Posters will be distributed in State College by members of the football team downtown from 6-7 p.m.; there will also be Poster Pick Up Parties hosted by the Nittany Lion Club and Penn State Alumni Association.
All Pick Up Parties are free to attend and will be held 5:30-7:30 p.m. The Pittsburgh Poster Pick Up Party will take place at McFadden’s; the Philadelphia party is at the Field House; the Harrisburg party will be at the Vineyard & Brewery at Hershey; and the D.C party will be held at Proper 21.
This year's poster features a perforated option that allows you to place your own photo within the poster, to show off your best game face.
The football team is also encouraging fans to share or tweet a picture of their game face using the hashtag #PSUgameface.
On July 12th posters will be available at the Penn State All Sports Museum, Penn State Bookstore, PSU Ticket Offices, State College Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships and the Days Inn Penn State. Also look for posters at PSECU locations in State College and Harrisburg.
Pickup your posters before they run out and get excited for the highly-anticipated football season!
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