Tuesday, November 17, 2009

The real all-stars who help other people

UnitedHealthcare of Pennsylvania just completed what’s called a promotional program that allowed me to get to know a little bit about some very special people, this season’s nine Nittany Lion Fan “All Stars of the Game.”

UnitedHealthcare partnered with Penn State Sports Properties at the beginning of the 2009 college football season to honor Nittany Lions fans who are working to improve their own health or the health of others in their family, community or workplace.

Each “All Star of the Game” received a $100 gift certificate for Penn State merchandise and a chance to win the grand prize, a $200 gift certificate plus tickets and tailgate passes to the Nov. 14 game against Indiana University.

We recognized a total of nine All Stars this Penn State football season: Susan Day of Gardners, Pa, John Page of Downers Grove, Ill., Katrina Domkowski of Dallas, Pa., L. Ramon Beiler of New Berlin, Pa., Greg Underkoffler of Myerstown, Pa., Dan Mosel of Harrisburg, Pa., Peter Augulis of Wayne, N.J., Cynthia Wolf of State College, Pa., and Yvonne Dunn of Lewistown, Pa.

All nine of these All-Stars did something great in their community. John Tull of Penn State Sports said “it was one of the most meaningful community promotions I have ever been involved with in my 20-year sports marketing career.”

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