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Road Trip FTK!

Starting today, five percent of the ticket sales for the Penn State vs. Indiana football game, up to $150,000, will be donated to THON 2011 by the Washington Redskins.

The game is scheduled for Nov. 20, the first Saturday of Thanksgiving vacation, and will be played at FedEx Field in Landover, Md. Tickets cost $95 and bus transportation is available.

This is a great opportunity to not only raise money for the philanthropy, but also to spread the message of THON to a crowd outside of Pennsylvania. A large number of Penn State fans is expected to be in attendance due to Washington D.C. being home to one of the largest PSU alumni networks in the country.

October 1 marks the official opening of the fundraising window for THON 2011.

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Caity Rogowski

I'm quite odd, a little creepy, and pretty awkward, but we'd probably get along.

In real life I'm a THON 2011 Supply Logistics Captain, a Homecoming 2010 Public Relations Captain, a member of Zeta Tau Alpha, a dancer in ETCH Dance Co. and I tweet a lot.

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