Penn State news by
Penn State's student blog

Topics

More

National Bobblehead Hall Of Fame & Museum Unveils New Penn State Figurine

The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has unveiled a new limited-edition figurine celebrating two of Penn State football’s greatest achievements.

The new bobblehead commemorates the Nittany Lions’ 1982 and 1986 national championships. Each figure costs $45 plus an $8 flat-rate shipping fee. They’re uniquely numbered one to 1,986, the year of the team’s last title win.

The limited-edition item features the Nittany Lion itself standing behind its two championship rings while atop the Penn State logo. The bobblehead is manufactured by FOCO, a leading manufacturer of sports and entertainment merchandise.

“The championship bobbleheads are the ultimate way for fans to show off their school pride,” National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum co-founder and CEO Phil Sklar said. “We know how passionate Penn State fans are about their team and bobbleheads, so we expect these to be extremely popular.”

The figurine’s release coincides with a number of similar bobbleheads celebrating other universities, including Auburn, Clemson, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.

Although Penn State’s first batch of bobbleheads has already sold out, more are currently in production. The Penn State figurines can be ordered online and are expected to ship in November.

Your ad blocker is on.

Please choose an option below.

Sign up for our e-mail newsletter:
OR
Support quality journalism:
Purchase a Subscription!

About the Author

Katie Braun

Katie is a sophomore majoring in broadcast journalism from "just outside of Philly" like every other Penn Stater. Her only trait is being a huge fan of both the Sixers and Eagles. Unfortunately, lots of frustration comes along with that. Share your tears with her on Twitter @katiebraunn or Instagram @katiebraunn

Follow on Another Platform
113kFollowers
157kFollowers
54.9kFollowers
4,570Subscribers
State College Links

Pat Freiermuth Trolls Pitt Fan With ‘PSU Is Better!’ Signature

Freiermuth may call Pittsburgh his home now, but he still hasn’t forgotten his roots.

Pat Freiermuth Trolls Pitt Fan With ‘PSU Is Better!’ Signature

Freiermuth may call Pittsburgh his home now, but he still hasn’t forgotten his roots.

Homefield Apparel To Launch Licensed Penn State Merch August 13

Penn State is finally and officially joining the iconic clothing line with a 15-piece collection.

‘Oeuf Boeuf Et Bacon’ French Diner To Open In Former Location Of Baby’s Burgers & Shakes

Oeuf Boeuf et Bacon — which is French for “egg, beef, and bacon” — will tentatively open in September.

 
Send this to a friend