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State College’s Gumby’s Pizza Permanently Closes

It’s an end of an era, folks.

State College’s Gumby’s Pizza, located at 300 S. Pugh St., has permanently closed, according to a sign posted on the restaurant’s window. The reason for the closure is currently unclear.

Keeley Lamm | Onward State

“Thank you all for your patronage & support for over 30 years!!” the note reads.

Back in 2020, Gumby’s temporarily closed due to three health code violations that included “unsanitary tattooing” on a food prep table. However, it reopened just a few days later.

The chain pizza restaurant currently operates 14 other locations across the country, including at other universities like the University of Iowa and Texas A&M.

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