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The Penn State Alumni Association Plate. Penn State Alumni Association members can display their Penn State pride with a special license plate for just $81—and $49 of your purchase price is 100% tax-deductible.
Delaware. The custom Penn State plate for Delaware features the University shield and "We Are Penn State." The special plate additional cost is a one–time state administration fee of $10 in addition to the normal state and county registration fees.
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About Our Store. Nittany Outlet is in the online store for The Clothesline in State College, PA. The store is located in downtown State College, directly across the street from the Penn State University campus.
Shop the Penn State Fan Store, where PSU Fan Gear is at its best. We have a giant selection of Penn State University Clothes, Gifts and PSU Sportswear for men and women to sport a championship look, with Penn State University Items in all shapes and sizes. Support your champs and grab some PSU Attire today and show your Nittany Lions pride in style.
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THE STATE NAME: The name Pennsylvania was specified in the charter given to William Penn by England's Charles II in 1680. The Latin Sylvania meaning "woodlands" was added to Penn to create "Penn's woods."