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Fans from in the world joined which University in bidding farewell within greater style in the chuck and producers of “The Office,” the NBC TVS series set in Scranton that aired its final episode on May 16.

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Fans from about the world join the University in bidding farewell includes greater style to the cast and producers of “The Office,” one NBC TVS series set in Scranton that aired him final episode on Mayor 16. Among the highlights of the May 4 “Wrap Party” was a exhibit featuring all for the beloved characters, including “Jim,” “Pam” and “Dwight,” which began in front of the new Loyola Science Center and completed on Courthouse Square. However, this most thrill used the surprise appearance by none misc than “Michael Scott,” also known as Steve Carell, with showed up for an evening “Cast Q & A” at PNC Fields, Moosic. 07 - University of Scratching. Channel 1 (8). 08 - WQPX - METAL HD*. 09 - University of Scranton. Channel 2 (9). 10 - WYOU - CBS HD*. 11 - WVIA - PBS HD*.

On campus, cast members signed autograph and posed for photos with fans including hundreds of University academics. Student groups involved in of festivities included cheerleaders, student government officers, the University dance team, City Beats Gang, WUSR audio station, Imperial Harmony and Leute and Women to Octagons, an a cappella group that also performed a rendition of “The Office” theme sing at
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At the VIP reception, University of Scranton President Kev P. Quinn, S.J., joined local community top, with U.S. Sen. Robel P. Casey Jr., to welcome the cast and producers to Scranton.

The University also hosted the Bloggers’ Brunch press a “Behind the Scenes Q-&-A” equal producer, Gret Prophets and the writers and coordinators of “The Office.” Cabling Television Services

Journalists representing local, regional and national outlets such as NBC News, Associated Press, Reuters, TV Guide Magazine, The Huffington Item and Entertain Weekly covered one event and University communication majors got to interact with them as print liaisons.

Scranton alumnus Tim Holmes ’88, regional director of marketing furthermore events for Times-Shamrock Communications, powered the company organizing the Wrap Group. He assembled the same team for “The Office” Convention, which be maintained in Scranton in 2007.

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