With deadline approaching, the necessary number of preorders has not been reached AUTHORS David Boclair, Nashville Post Time is running out for the Pat Summitt license plates to become a reality. As of late last week, according to a Knoxville News Sentinel report, the state had received 795
Tennessee Voices for Victims recently started a campaign to create a state specialty license plate for Tennesseans who have lost a loved one in an untimely death. Read more from the Lebanon Democrat …
By Mikayla Lewis, FOX17 Nashville – You see license plates supporting various causes, and now one mid-state group is creating one for lives taken too soon by crime. Tennessee Voices for Victims is a non-profit that advocates for crime survivors and victims. Now, they’re trying to
From Lauren Hoar, WBIR – The Pat Summitt Foundation has reached half its goal for pre-orders for its new specialty license plate. Tennessee requires at least 1,000 pre-orders to start the production of the new license plate and as of July 5, 583 have been preordered.
From WKRN web staff – NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Pat Summitt Foundation is now accepting pre-orders for a specialty license plate that honors the late U.T. coach and supports the fight against Alzheimer’s. The plate, which costs $35, plus county clerk’s office costs, features a photograph of
BY LORIE LIEBIG, WIDE OPEN COUNTRY Ever wanted to use your car to show off your love of Dolly Parton? Well, you may want to move to Tennessee, if you haven’t already. The country legend is featured on the state’s new specialty license plates, which feature