Penn State University on Friday informed its merchandise vendors they had 60 days to remove all items linked to former head football coach Joe Paterno. The university sent letters to its licensees notifying them that all remaining merchandise...
San Diego Union-Tribune
In this Nov. 2, 2011 file photo a sign for The Second Mile charity is seen outside the organization's headquarters in State College, Pa. The charity founded by a former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky who was charged with molesting...
Centre Daily Times
04pm on Dec 9, 2011 Area stores no longer will receive products bearing former football coach Joe Paterno's likeness for fan purchase...Powers said retail establishments can continue to sell any products they have until their supplies are exhausted.
University officials said today they made a mutual decision with Mr. Paterno's representatives that the university would no longer manage licensing for his image because he is no longer head coach. Licensees have begun receiving letters from the...
Penn State will no longer license the name, likeness or image of former coach Joe Paterno. A school spokeswoman said Friday the university sent notices this week to licensees that Paterno's daughter, Mary Kay Hort, will now handle the licensing...