NLC
Nittany Lion Club
The NLC of NYC will sponsor a roundtrip gameday express bus from Northern NJ

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This opportunity is sponsored by the NYC Chapter of the NLC

This opportunity is sponsored by the NYC Chapter of the NLC

Oct. 26, 2009

The Nittany Lion Club of New York is sponsoring a Gameday Express Bus service from Northern NJ to University Park for

Penn State vs Ohio State,
Sat. Nov. 7th, 3:30PM Kick-off


Price: ROUND TRIP TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR ONLY $45

ITINERARY:
-7:45AM Willowbrook Mall- Park and Ride (Rte 80/46) Wayne, NJ and very accessible from NYC via multiple NJ Transit bus lines. Bus will leave at 8AM------See note for Rockaway pick up.
-Arrive to University Park with enough time to enjoy pre- Game Day activities prior to 3:30PM Kick-off
-Leave 45min after game finishes

NOTES:
-This activity is open to all NLC, Alumni, Family or interested friends of our great university
-Price includes round-trip transportation cost only $45per person
-Price does not include game ticket
-You will receive email confirmation of reservation after funds are received

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED-- -Indicate your interest and number of people traveling with you asap and reply to NLCofNewYork@yahoo.com.

-Send funds or check to the following: Paypal: NLCofNewYork@yahoo.com
or send check and make payable to: NLC of New York

Address: Mark Bond C/O NLC of New York 260 Walnut St. Unit #2 Westfield, NJ 07090

**Note: If there is enough interest there may be a stop in Western NJ (Rockaway Mall area). Please reply back to NLCofNewYork@yahoo.com and state in subject line Rockaway Pick-up

Questions? for us Please email: NLCofNewYork@yahoo.com and put "QUESTION" in subject line

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