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Highland Park gets own specialty license plate
April 12, 2012VYPE MAGAZINE - Dallas
The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Board has approved a new specialty license plate bearing another area high school logo and mascot. Highland Park boosters will be able to show off their blue and gold when the plates go on sale in mid-August at www.myplates.com.
Highland Park is the 11th Texas high school to boast of its own specialty plates, joining Allen, Argyle Liberty Christian, Bishop Lynch, Coppell, Jesuit, Keller, Lake Dallas, Longview, Prosper and Southlake Carroll.
Here’s the www.myplates.com press release: Hold on to your kilts, Scots, your plate is coming. Highland Park Independent School District now has its own uniquely designed official Texas license plate. The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Board approved it today. The plates are scheduled to go on sale in mid-August at www.myplates.com. Register your interest at www.myplates.com/go/hp.
The Highland Park plate has royal blue borders with the HP logo on the left highlighted in yellow and yellow letters for the “Go Scots” message along the bottom of the plate. The TxDMV Board approval of the design is the final step in the process of becoming an official specialty plate in the State of Texas.
10% of each plate sale goes to the Highland Park Independent School District. Highland Park joins ten other Texas high schools who have their own Texas specialty plate designs. They are Allen, Bishop Lynch, Carroll, Coppell, Jesuit Dallas, Keller, Lake Dallas, Liberty Christian, Longview, and Prosper.
The Scots plate is $55 for a one-year, background-only design, meaning without personalization. If you want a particular message on your Scots plate, personalization starts at $85 for one year. The cost per year gets lower the longer term you buy. Check out the pricing chart at www.myplates.com. You can give Scots plates as a gift, too!
Create your plate at www.myplates.com. You can also call My Plates at 1-888-7MY-PLAT(ES), Monday to Friday 8a-6p.
Texans have bought more than 90,000 My Plates since November 2009, putting more than $9.6M in the state general revenue fund.