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Meet A Local Business: Uncle Eli’s

Nestled next to Webster’s Café on Beaver Ave., Uncle Eli’s is Penn State’s one stop shop for everything crafty. Whether you’re looking for a simple tube of paint, or a fancy frame for the newest edition to your apartment’s decor, this place has got you covered. Uncle Eli’s has been providing high quality art supplies to Penn State students and the State College community for the past four decades. Along with art supplies, Uncle Eli’s also has a frame shop, a gallery, a storefront selling household items like glassware, trinkets, and incense. The store plans to remain the top retailer of art supplies in the area for years to come and hopes to also maintain their strong regular customer base while welcoming many new customers as well.

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Sam Panko

Sam is a freshman from Morristown, New Jersey looking to pursue a major in Marketing. He is a videographer for Onward State. Sam enjoys film, music, art, and animation. You can contact Sam at [email protected]


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