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Your Help Is Needed to Ensure Special Georgia<BR> NRA License Plate!!!

Thursday, May 8, 2003

The Georgia state legislature passed a bill authorizing special NRA license plates to be available to motor vehicle owners in the Peach State.

However, without your active assistance, this plan may not become a reality!

In order for the plates to be officially made available, 1,000 applications, along with a fee of $25.00, must be submitted by July 31, 2003.

In order to ensure Georgia NRA members can proudly show their support for the National Rifle Association by displaying these special license plates we need you to submit your application and $25.00 fee by July 31.

Again, the details are as follows:

Special National Rifle Association License Plate

Application Period Deadline
July 31, 2003

Who Can Apply
Any motor vehicle owner who is a Georgia resident

Where To Apply
Your county tag office in your county of residence

Minimum Applications
Must have 1,000 applications along with a fee of $25.00 by July 31, 2003. (If the minimum of 1,000 applications is not met prior to July 31, 2003, your County Tag Agent will refund your $25.00.)

If we succeed, NRA license plates will begin to be issued during the owner`s registration period after January 1, 2004, after the payment of an additional $25.00 annual registration fee along with the usual registration fees and ad valorem taxes.

Please help us make this a reality by submitting your application and $25.00 fee by July 31, 2003!

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