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Party Services Unlimited BUSts Out

Keith Somers (senior, finance) has created a company that will service the finest Penn State students.  Party Service Unlimited LLC’s first installment is a white, 14-seater bus that can be rented out for tailgates.  You may have seen this bus blaring Ke$ha and promoting itself while traveling around campus.  DJ services by resident DJ D-Goodz are included with the bus rental, as well as snacks and drinks!  The bus service aims to create a fun, safe environment for Penn State students.  I had a chance to meet with Keith and take a ride on the bus last Friday night (cue Katy Perry music) and had a blast. Both Keith and DJ D-Goodz have great energy and know how to take care of their clients.

Party Services Unlimited LLC would like YOU to help name this new bus!  If you have a tasteful, creative name and are interested in spending some time on this bus, check out the contest here (and then put your name of choice in the comments, so we can give you the typical OS snarky feedback).

What do you think?  Could this be a good addition to Happy Valley?

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Melanie Versaw

Melanie is a senior majoring in both Marketing and Advertising. She enjoys blowing bubbles, beating boys in Mario Kart, and going to concerts. Oh, and she takes photographs, as well.

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