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Duck Donuts To Reopen With Weeklong Events

Missing the taste of a unique and tasty morning treat? Donut worry!

Under new management, Duck Donuts is making its return to State College starting with a “Five Days of Fun” event beginning with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, September 1.

The week will continue with free cinnamon sugar donuts on Thursday, September 2, and the first customer in line will receive a prize that includes a free dozen donuts per month for a year.

On Friday, September 3, there will be a Kid’s Night Event from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Additionally, Penn State students will be welcomed “quack” on Saturday, September 4, with every 25th guest with a Penn State ID winning a prize.

The week of celebrations will round out on Sunday, September 5, with a Food Truck Fiesta benefitting THON from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. in MLK plaza.

In addition to a week of fun, September will also kick off a month-long fundraiser supporting Gabe’s Chemo Duck Program. Duck Donuts will raise money toward the purchase of Chemo Duck programs for patients and families at Geisinger Medical Center. Upon donating, guests will receive a free donut coupon during their next visit.

If you’re interested in stopping by for a sprinkle of joy, you can find Duck Donuts located at 125 S. Fraser Street. The business is also hiring through its website.

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