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Cancer Research License Plate
USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute has proposed a new license plate to raise funds for local cancer research. The state must receive 1,000 paid pre-commitments for this new design by May 31, 2020, for the plate to be issued.
A distinctive license plate would raise at least $41,250 a year -- $41.25 per plate – to be used for cancer research at the Mitchell Cancer Institute. Place your order today and help us spread the word!
Here's how to order:
Visit the Department of Revenue's Commitment To Purchase Application.
Have these three items ready:
- Tag number
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
- Credit card (Cost is $50 plus $2 online fee)
If the state receives at least 1,000 paid pre-commitments by May 31, 2020, you’ll receive an emailed voucher to be used to obtain the new license plate.
You can follow the number of pre-commitments at the Department of Revenue.
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