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Smeal College of Business Merchandise Now Available

Licensed Penn State Smeal College of Business merchandise is now available online at www.shopsmeal.com. Through May 31, use the promotional code SMEAL for a 15 percent discount on purchases.
May 12, 2014

Licensed Penn State Smeal College of Business merchandise is now available online at www.shopsmeal.com. Through May 31, use the promotional code SMEAL for a 15 percent discount on purchases.

Managed by promotional products specialist Promoversity in partnership with the Penn State Bookstore, the Smeal online marketplace features a range of merchandise including T-shirts, sweatshirts, polos, outerwear, hats, and bags.

Visit www.shopsmeal.com and use promo code SMEAL for a 15 percent discount through May 31.

“We’ve frequently heard from students, alumni, faculty, and staff who are interested purchasing and wearing Smeal gear,” said Charles H. Whiteman, the John and Becky Surma Dean of the college. “Through this exciting new partnership, now they can represent their Smeal pride across campus and in their communities.”

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