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Arts plate unveiled

The Legislative Arts Caucus, Tennesseans for the Arts and the Tennessee Arts Commission along with arts leaders from across the state recently announced a new Arts specialty license plate, which is now available at County Clerk offices in Tennessee. “The specialty license plate program is

1,000 Autism Awareness license plates pre-sold in Tennessee

  By Local 8.com, WVLT, Knoxville NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – The organization Autism Tennessee is announcing that the Tennessee Autism Awareness License Plate project has been completed. Over 1,000 license plates have been pre-sold and will now be submitted to the state so the plates can

Auburn fan in Tennessee acquires ‘Kick 6’ license plate

From Wesley Sinor, al.com It’s been named college football’s play of the year, and an Auburn fan in the Volunteer State is making sure drivers behind him never forget it. To commemorate the Tigers’ last-second win over Alabama in the 2013 Iron Bowl, a “Kick 6”

Autism Awareness License Plates Available

From The Chattanoogan.com The Tennessee autism community needs help getting the state’s first Autism Awareness license plate printed. Once a specialty plate project has been approved by the House and Senate, Tennessee requris 1,000 copies be pre-sold before it will be added to the DMV

License tag program gives arts a boost

I was happy to read The Tennessean’s front-age article on Jan. 8 about the importance of the specialty license plate program in helping to fund the arts in Tennessee. As the story stated, a new arts plate will be available in early spring, the first

Tenn. arts rides heavily on sale of specialty license plates

Nashville graphic designer Leslie Haines likes the idea of her artwork rolling along Tennessee roadways, right there above thousands of bumpers, in the vibrant turquoise license plate she designed to promote the arts. But what she couldn’t picture, before her design won a statewide competition

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