Penn State Selling Fan Cutouts At Beaver Stadium This Fall
Penn State Athletics isn’t planning on allowing in-person fans at Beaver Stadium this fall, but you still have a chance to see your face at games.
Penn State football announced Tuesday that it will allow fans to buy cutouts of themselves that will be in Beaver Stadium all season long.
Fans can either send in a picture of themselves wearing white Penn State gear or use a pre-made template. Cutouts will cost $85 for fans while active Penn State students can get one for $65. Fans will save $10 on each cutout if they buy two or more. This discount doesn’t apply to active students.
Severe weather permitting, cutouts will be placed inside Beaver Stadium for Penn State’s Halloween home-opener against Ohio State. Fans are instructed to buy their cutout by October 18 if they want to see their face in the stands for what will certainly be the strangest White Out ever.
Portions of the proceeds made will be donated to THON, along with Penn State equity and inclusion programs, including the Bunton-Waller scholarship program and Multicultural Faculty Development Support Funds.
Penn State added that at the end of the season, once coronavirus restrictions are relaxed, Athletics will allow fans to pick up their cutouts at Beaver Stadium and take them home. The date of that will be announced later, but will likely be in 2021.
You can buy your Beaver Stadium fan cutout here.
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