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Penn State Football Senior Day:  Ty Has the Longest Commitment ...    and Howle Penn State Football Senior Day: Ty Has the Longest Commitment ... and Howle
56 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
Since March 24, 2008, Ty Howle has been a part of Penn State football. He was the first player among 27 recruits in the Class of 2009 to verbally commit to become a Nittany Lion. And over the past 2,070 days, it has been a promise he's reaffirmed again and again. [Read More]
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First ATHENAPowerLink program participants Announced First ATHENAPowerLink program participants Announced
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
According to ATHENA International, participants achieve an average 88 percent increase in sales, a 37 percent increase in business income and 56 percent increase in personal income after one year with the program. [Read More]

Boalsburg Hometown Christmas Preparing for Holiday Events Boalsburg Hometown Christmas Preparing for Holiday Events
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Brittany Svoboda
“(The museum) will be open and have tours,” Swanger says. The annual cookie contest entries will also be there. Carriage rides will take place until 2 p.m. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be present when the tree lighting happens. [Read More]

Small Business Saturday Invites Shoppers to Stay Local Small Business Saturday Invites Shoppers to Stay Local
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
Clothing shop Sercy will offer 20 percent off all clothes, A Step Beyond Massage Therapy will offer 10 percent off massages, McLanahan’s will offer 15 percent off all Penn State merchandise, and the Atherton Hotel will provide a free $25 gift card with every purchase of a $100 gift card. [Read More]

Shopping Frenzy Expected With Black Friday Beginning on Thanksgiving Shopping Frenzy Expected With Black Friday Beginning on Thanksgiving
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
You won't have much time to shake off that Thanksgiving dinner before the annual Black Friday shopping frenzy begins. Black Friday will get underway on Thursday -- while you're still digesting that jumbo-sized holiday meal. [Read More]

Moving to a Successful Succession, The Language of Transition Moving to a Successful Succession, The Language of Transition
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
Assets (money, real estate and the collection of things I find useful or dear) can easily be passed on to my wife or the next generation. I suspect that the next generation will spend a lot of time sorting and ultimately throwing out the stuff I thought was important. [Read More]

Business Expo Builds Connections Between Economy and Community Business Expo Builds Connections Between Economy and Community
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“Events like this are important because we can have a big impact on the success of companies in this area,” Rowland says. “We all want to see this area succeed, and not just because it’s a workplace. This is a lifelong commitment.” [Read More]

Business Expo to Bring Community and Economy Together Business Expo to Bring Community and Economy Together
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
The expo will feature a wide range of business and industries – including some of Centre County’s best restaurants. Kistner says attendees “will get a taste of the flavor of the area,” through free food and drink provided as part of the County Cuisine part of the expo. [Read More]

Student Entrepreneur Earning Buzz in Effort to Feed World's Hungry Student Entrepreneur Earning Buzz in Effort to Feed World's Hungry
5 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“It’s becoming a more and more alarming crisis. By 2050, we’re going to have 9.5 billion people on the planet. That’s 2.5 billion more mouths to feed than we currently have,” Zeangle says. “For agriculture production now we use land mass equivalent to the size of South America. To feed t [Read More]

Falling Gas Prices Get Thumbs Up From State College Drivers Falling Gas Prices Get Thumbs Up From State College Drivers
5 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
You see it on almost every street corner -- gas stations advertising prices that have fallen faster than an un-lead-ed balloon.While filling up his car, Michael Shenoda of State College, actually laughed, saying "you can't beat it," while motioning at the sign for $2.89 gas. [Read More]

Big Money Investment Targets Two State College Businesses Big Money Investment Targets Two State College Businesses
8 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“One of the numbers that’s on my mind frequently is that any small startup has a ten percent chance of failing every year,” Frank says. [Read More]

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