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Per MSU Atlanta email today:
MSU Alumni Club of Greater Atlanta
Atlanta's connection to Michigan State University
WE'RE OFF and RUNNING!
Our License Plate application has been approved!
We now have 60 days to get a 1,000 applications for the plate and make it a reality!
You can sign up for your MSU License Plate by going to our website at www.msuatlanta.com or http://msu-atlanta.org/wp/rsvpmaker/msu-license-plate-for-georgia/
When is the state of Michigan going to get a plate with the Spartan logo on it? It's weird that states like Texas and Georgia have it but not Michigan.
what does Michigan have, just "S"?
And worse yet, the older license plates like mine have the OLD shade of green.
I love that other states have better MSU plates that the state of Michigan does...
And I agree with Final Countdown, the fact that my older plate is the wrong shade of green bugs the crap out of me.
I think that many of these plates have come since MSU de-emphasized the S, while the Michigan plate has been around much longer.
I know that the MSUAA originally wanted the PA plates to use the S, but they changed their tune.
What states have MSU plates?
Michigan, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, Texas. Any more?
I checked Virginia, but they didn’t have one.
1,000...yikes. That's a high threshold.
I wonder if the SoS would let us get the newer plates with the same plate number. I like the darker "S", though a Spartan Head would be awesome.
We got 1000 on a petition...so hopefully they all sign up for the plate now that it is reality and money where your mouth is
This post was edited by SpartanGA 15 months ago
They are working on it. They need 350 applications.
Well..you can't in PA because of Penn State. I think Penn State already has the S.
Thanks for posting. This is definitely relevant to my interests.
I saw that Texas one the other day and was pissed! How in the blue hell does Texas have a better Michigan State plate than the state of Michigan?
I refuse to get the block S plates.
If Snyder gets his way and increases plate registration as much as he wants I won't be getting any specialty plates at all.
I sent the link to my friend who lives in Savannah, told her to man the fuck up and fly the only colors. Hope you get all the orders you need.
Why do the Virginia Spartans use a fake version of the Spartan logo? It's not supposed to have a gray eye.
Yeah, same here. I would be all over the Maryland MSU plate that was posted above, but I just can't do it because of the S. It just doesn't have much recognition outside the Midwest. In the past people have thought I was wearing St. Patrick's Day Syracuse gear or didn't understand why an "S" represented MSU.
Because they grabbed that off a google image search instead of getting the logo from the university's website (which you can do).
Yes, I actually went to a SoS office yesterday to do just that, (get the darker S) and keep my same personalization (MR MSU). It cost me an extra $5 on top of my regular annual fee. They treated it like I was getting an extra plate (which costs $5) but said I could put it on my car and keep the old S plate as an "extra" one.
However, I don't know if they would do this for a non-personalized plate.
(Also, check out http://www.cqql.net/msu-gallery.htm for other MSU plates)
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