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Former Penn State Star to speak at Alumni Dinner

Blair Thomas to speak on March 31st. (Source: psu.edu) Blair Thomas to speak on March 31st. (Source: psu.edu)

Story Courtesy of the Myrtle Beach Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association

Myrtle Beach, S.C. – The Annual Dinner of the Myrtle Beach Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association will be Friday March 31 with guest speaker Blair Thomas, former star running back at Penn State and the Carolina Panthers, Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots and New York Jets of the NFL. Thomas, now a successful coach and businessman, speaks often to the delight of audiences about his experiences and work with charitable causes.

“Blair Thomas’ extensive work for charitable causes makes him a very appropriate speaker for our club, which also is extremely active in community service and charitable giving in the Grand Strand area,” said Jim Prisco, president. “Blair had an extremely successful football career and today he is giving back by supporting numerous worthy causes and through teaching and counseling young people. We invite anyone who would like to meet Blair and hear his very interesting remarks to attend this e


vent.”

The dinner is open to anyone in the Grand Strand area, particularly those interested in higher education athletics, Penn State alumni, family and guests. Thomas will be the featured speaker for this unique event on Friday March 31, 2017, 6:00 p.m. at Pine Lakes Country Club, 5603 Granddaddy Drive, Myrtle Beach, S.C. 29577. Tickets are $50 for Penn State Alumni Association chapter members, $65 for all others and seating is limited. Reservations are required for this event that is sure to be a sellout. Please mail your check made payable to the Myrtle Beach Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association with return address information to Myrtle Beach Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association, 6482 Somersby Dr., Murrells Inlet, SC 29576-8936. For more information, please call Jim Prisco at 267-772-7464.

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