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Susquehanna Trailways boosts support for Wildcat Athletics

Pennsylvania College of Technology’s transportation partner for Wildcat Athletics, Susquehanna Trailways, is increasing its support, which will be commemorated on the new scoreboard at the college’s updated athletic complex.

As part of the company’s commitment, two Susquehanna Trailways tour buses will continue to sport Penn College promotional wraps for five years.

Susquehanna Trailways’ support for Wildcat Athletics at Pennsylvania College of Technology will be commemorated on the scoreboard at the athletic field.
Susquehanna Trailways’ support for Wildcat Athletics at Pennsylvania College of Technology will be commemorated on the scoreboard at the athletic field.

In addition to logo placement on the scoreboard at the complex, which will include a new synthetic turf playing surface this fall, the Avis-based, family-owned company’s support will be recognized in the Visionary Society section of the college’s Donor Wall in the Student & Administrative Services Center, celebrating cumulative commitments to the college totaling between $100,000 and $499,000.

Susquehanna Trailways was also among the inaugural group of corporate partners in the Penn College Wildcat Club, supporting the athletics program on an annual basis. The company’s executive president, Cameron Kephart, is a 1997 graduate of Penn College’s business management program.

“Susquehanna Trailways is a well-respected company in the region and a wonderful partner of Penn College,” said Loni N. Kline, vice president for institutional advancement. “We are proud to recognize our alumnus, Cam Kephart, and grateful to Susquehanna Trailways for its steadfast support of Wildcat Athletics through the turf field project.”

“We are appreciative of Susquehanna Trailways’ generous, ongoing support of Wildcat Athletics,” added John D. Vandevere, director of athletics. “The Penn College-branded buses that transport our student-athletes to games and matches across the state and beyond generate excitement and support for the teams wherever they travel.”

For more about providing support for Wildcat Athletics’ 15 teams and 200-plus student-athletes, visit the Wildcat Club webpage.

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