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Cut it out! PSU allowing fans to have cardboard cutouts at Beaver Stadium

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Following suit with a popular trend around the country at sporting events, Penn State will be allowing fans to have cardboard cutouts of themselves at football games this season.

Calling it the “Virtual Valley Experience,” fans can purchase a cardboard cutout and get behind-the-scenes access to the PSU football program.

Cutouts cost $85 for one person for the entire season. It’s $75 for each additional cutout purchase, or $65 for students.

Portions of the proceeds will be donated to THON.

Fans can find out more information about the Virtual Valley Experience here.

There’s also a Raise the Song virtual experience for fans, which includes (from PSU):

Become a Nittany Pride member for an ad-free experience throughout the site and even more exclusive in-depth content. You can sign up for $3.99 per month or get a yearly subscription for only $38.00.

The Raise the Song virtual campaign asks Penn State fans to submit videos of themselves cheering on the Nittany Lions. Those videos will be used in-stadium on game day to support our student-athletes. Videos may also be featured during virtual programming or on Penn State Athletics social media accounts. Fans can submit their videos at: www.gopsusports.com/raisethesong.

Some other virtual initiatives that will be offered include:

  • Fan Photos on Beaver Stadium Videoboard
  • Unrivaled Podcast
  • Virtual Tailgate of the Game Contest
  • Behind the Mic
  • Halftime Trivia Contest
  • Nittany Lion Club Tailgate Cookbook Recipe of the Week
  • Zoom Backgrounds

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