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Capitalizing On Capital One Bowl Travel Packages

Capital_One_Bowl_thumb-776691With Old Man Winter parking his frigid ass back in State College, a trip down to sunny Orlando, Fl. to see PSU play in a bowl game sounds pretty enticing…even if it is just the “we’re so freakin’ lucky to even be here” bowl.

The Penn State Alumni Association is offering some super sweet deals to Penn State students and fans alike as part of the “Official Penn State Bowl Tour.” Here are some details of the main student package listed by Penn State Live:

*The “Lion Student Tour” includes a game ticket, two nights lodging at the Rosen Plaza Hotel, and ground transportation to and from the game. Student packages with a bowl game ticket are open to all current Penn State students.

There are several other packages also available with airfare included that leave from either Harrisburg or State College. With the exception of a “Game-Day Package,” all available trip packages can be purchased with or without game tickets included.

Anyone looking to pull the shorts and T-shirts back out for new years can check out more info on the different packages here or call (866) 373-7370.

Sippin’ on some new years champagne, listing to some Bob Marley sprinkled with Zombie Nation here and there, sittin’ out in the sun watching LSU get its ass handed to them…that doesn’t sound like a bad idea, especially with these offered packages.


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