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Monday, November 8, 2010

The Snoopy License Plate: Help CA Museums!

We’re excited to announce that the California Association of Museums has over 7,000 folks signed up on and who can help make the Snoopy license plate a reality. We need as many Snoopy lovers as possible to raise their hands so we can establish a special license plate to support our state's great museums. When the Snooopy plate is produced, proceeds will go towards supporting museums in California communities.

Stay tuned! We hope to announce the pre-purchase period soon. We will then collect a $50 fee from anyone who wants to get their own Snoopy plate - or a bit more if you would like it personalized. When we reach the magic number of 7,500 folks who have completed an application and paid the fee, the plates will go into production, and voilà, Snoopy is ours.

When the plate is produced, proceeds will go towards supporting museums in California communities, and you’ll get the chance to show off your devotion to your favorite beagle. We continue to call on YOU to spread the word and help us reach this goal. Don't be shy! Please tell your friends, family members, co-workers, and any other Snoopy lovers about this campaign.

Ask everyone to sign up TODAY at! With your help, we can make the official California Snoopy license plate and support museums.


Anonymous said...

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Fiona said...

Oh, I remember this. My sister in California had this. I wonder if when can I get a Hello Kitty or Tweety Bird license plate. Hahaha, but I'll be busy with my college papers so I'll wait till I graduate and have my own car to get one.