The San Diego Natural History Museum is a proud supporter of the new official Snoopy License Plate that will benefit California museums.
We all know Snoopy is a well-known California icon. But we’re most excited about the Snoopy License Plate because proceeds will support California’s museums—such as theNAT—through a new grant program.
Each plate will feature a reproduction of an original Snoopy drawing by PEANUTS creator Charles M. Schulz. Snoopy will be doing his happy dance, probably in anticipation of a visit to a museum!
Sequential plates are just $50. Personalized plates are $98. Once 7,500 applications have been received, the DMV will put the plates into production and, voilà, the Snoopy license plate and the museum grant program are ours!
Go to www.snoopyplate.com today to sign up today, or to get more information. And, ask your friends and family to help us achieve our goal.
Image: Assembly Majority Leader Toni Atkins signed up to be one of the first to receive a Snoopy license plate, the proceeds from which will benefit California museums. Photo credit: Brad Zweerink.
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