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4 Weeks 4 THON: Lions Pride To Donate 20 Percent Of Purchases FTK

If you’re still scrambling to get your last minute colorful Penn State gear for THON, look no further than Lions Pride. They store is currently running a “4 Weeks 4 THON” promotion where it will donate 20 percent of each customers’ purchase to THON. The fundraiser will run until February 21.

Along with donating 20 percent of customer purchases, if customers spend more than $75 they will receive a free 4 Weeks 4 THON shirt. If someone not spending $75 buys the shirt for $15, all proceeds from the shirt will go to THON. Not only will your apparel purchase add to the excitement of the BJC, but it will also make a donation FTK.

In addition to the in-store promotion, Lions Pride also pledged to donate $0.50 for every new follower on its Instagram account, @psulionspride. Be sure to follow that account, as it does several giveaways for the #4Weeks4THON shirt.

Lions Pride sits downtown on College Ave next to Irving’s, and across from Old Main. Stop in if you want your colorful high socks to contribute to THON’s total. We dance in 17!

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About the Author

Jess Frezza

Jess is a PR major with some random minors who, despite being a Jersey native, still bleeds blue and white. You can find her thinking it’s normal to break out into past THON lines dances or being called some variation of her last name. If you think you see her on campus, she's the one who tripped and/or spilled coffee on herself. Tweet her a bad pun and a puppy picture at @jessfrezza16 or exchange your ACL tear story with her at [email protected]


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