Penn State Football sends Jerry Sandusky letter to renew season tickets
It appears convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky received a letter from Penn State asking him to renew football season tickets. The letter reads:
“Congratulations on being identified as one of the elite college football fans in the nation. You have worked diligently to separate yourself by exhibiting unrivaled tenacity, character, and loyalty. Passionate and competitive, you are the leading standard of a first class fan base.”
The athletic department sent the letter last week to sandusky’s him in state college. The letter asks Sandusky to renew his tickets for the 2015 season, and it even invites him to schedule a recruiting visits to an up com ing basketball game.
Sandusky was an assistant football coach at Penn State and is serving up to 60 years in prison for sexually abusing boys, some on Penn State’s campus.
Penn State Assistant Athletic Director for Communications Jeff Nelson had this to say about the situation:
“Clearly, a mistake was made and our database needs further updating and cross-referencing. This standard form letter was part of a mass mailing sent to approximately 30,000 people who have had season or single game tickets within the past four years, encouraging them to support the team and help fill Beaver Stadium for every game in 2015.”