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Penn State Athletics To Host Cardboard Cutout Pickups April 24 & 25

At long last, Penn State Athletics will finally let fans pick up their cardboard cutouts later this month, according to an email from the department sent out Monday afternoon.

Fans will be able to retrieve their cutouts in Beaver Stadium’s west parking lot from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 24, and Sunday, April 25. The pickup process will resemble a drive-through and follow COVID-19-related safety protocols.

Fans who purchased cutouts at Beaver Stadium, Rec Hall, or Pegula Ice Arena will be able to retrieve claim them over that weekend. However, those who purchased cutouts in the Bryce Jordan Center for THON or basketball season will be notified of another pickup opportunity at another time in “the coming months.”

Fans can also send someone in their place if they are not able to pick up their cutouts themselves over the weekend.

Penn State Athletics said it will also provide shipping options for an extra fee. The department said it will announce more shipping details later this month.

Although plans for a cutout pickup process are moving forward, Penn State cautioned they may need to get put on hold of local health guidelines become more restrictive later this month.

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