eserve Your State of Georgia Clayton State License Plate Today
Clayton State alumni, faculty/staff, students, retirees and friends of the University, here is your chance to “Show Your Laker Pride on Your Ride!”
The University has been approved for a specialty license plate with the State of Georgia. However, in order to make it happen, the University needs 1,000 people to sign up and pay a one-time $25 manufacturing fee before they will be available.
The commemorative Clayton State plates, showcasing Clayton State’s athletic mascot Loch, will be produced if the State of Georgia's Department of Motor Vehicle Safety receives a minimum of 1000 orders in a two-year period.
“I am so happy that we have initiated the process for obtaining a Clayton State Specialty license plate,” says President Dr. Thomas J. Hynes, who has signed up for license plate #1. “The State of Georgia commemorative license plate program is a fantastic way for alumni, faculty/staff, retirees, students and friends in the community to express their support and a sense of pride in the University. I can’t wait until we meet the minimum number of commitments for the license plates to be manufactured.”
“I’m excited about the prospect of getting a Clayton State license plate,” says Gid Rowell, Clayton State Director of Alumni Relations. “We have a number of alumni who have expressed interest in having a Clayton State plate, and I encourage them to participate in the campaign and make this happen. The sooner we receive the 1,000 commitments, the quicker that we will be able to manufacture the license plates.”
In addition to the one-time $25 manufacturing fee, there is also an annual $35 charge when you renew your tag. These fees are in addition to the regular license plate fee, ad valorem tax, mailing fees or penalties that may be due.
Clayton State supporters who want to purchase the special tag must fill out a specialty tag application form (MV-9C) and submit the form and proper payment to the Clayton State Foundation.
Information about the tag campaign may be accessed via the Clayton State website at www.clayton.edu/tag. The $25 payment can be mailed to the Office of Alumni Relations, 2000 Clayton State Boulevard, Morrow, GA 302060 or can be made online at http://www.clayton.edu/alumni/licenseplate.
For more information and questions about the specialty tag program, contact Rowell at firstname.lastname@example.org or (678) 466-4477.