New UGA tag unveiled

April 19, 2013 

Georgia fans have a new way to support their favorite university -- and raise scholarship money for the state’s flagship school.

The university is releasing a new version of its specialty state of Georgia license tag featuring the university’s “power G” through the Georgia Department of Revenue, according to news release from the university. The new tag features a red, black and silver-gray design encompassing the entire plate. Anyone, including current UGA tag owners, requesting the new tag will be required to pay a $25 manufacturing fee and a $35 special tag fee, plus any other standard tag fees and taxes, if applicable. After receiving a temporary tag, the specialty tag will be shipped to the driver’s home address within seven to 10 business days.

For each specialty tag on the road, $10 annually goes to scholarships through the UGA Foundation.

More information on the license tag can be found at www.uga.edu/license.

-- Staff reports

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