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Time Is Running Out To Secure Specialty NRA License Plates

Time Is Running Out To Secure Specialty NRA License Plates

Friends of NRA supporters in Kentucky and Idaho are currently fighting to keep their specialty license plates in the lineup of custom plate options. The cutoff dates for gathering the required number of reservations or registrations to secure the production and continued availability of the custom-designed plates are fast approaching. For residents of Kentucky and Idaho who want to display their support for the Second Amendment while helping fund shooting sports programs in their areas through NRA Foundation grants, the time to act is now.

In Kentucky, The NRA Foundation's two-year window deadline to collect signatures and the $25 fee from 900 supporters is coming up! The specialty license plate made exclusively for folks in the Bluegrass State through Friends of NRA can only go in to production with the help of its residents. Sign-up now to show your NRA pride and help support the future of the shooting sports in Kentucky.



$10 per plate goes to The NRA Foundation's Kentucky State Fund to provide grants for local shooting sports programs—but only if the plate reaches production. 370 reservations are still needed to reach the goal of 900 required by state law, so Kentuckians have no time to waste. Constituents can reserve their own NRA-specialized license plate now by completing the form and mailing it with the $25 deposit to the address below.

NRA-customized plates are already on the road in the Gem State, where the Idaho Friends of NRA license plate is available at all local DMV outlets. Drivers can ride in style and know they are making a difference with approximately $22 from each new plate and $12 from each renewal going directly to help support shooting sports programs—such as youth education, women’s programs, range Improvements, conservation, veteran assistance, and more—in their home state of Idaho.



Regulations in Idaho require new specialty plate options to reach 1,000 registrations in the first three years in order to maintain availability. The NRA Foundation is about halfway towards that goal—which it must reach by the cutoff date of July 1, 2018.

If your state does not currently offer a Friends of NRA specialty plate, contact your NRA Field Representative for more information.


For more information about the Kentucky NRA specialty plate, contact Kentucky NRA Senior Field Representative John LaRowe at jlarowe@nrahq.org or (859) 363-7681. Mail forms and deposits to:

John LaRowe, Field Representative, Kentucky
PMB 11, 5040 Taylor Mill Rd.
Taylor Mill, KY 41015

For more information about the Idaho Friends of NRA specialty plate, contact Idaho NRA Senior Field Representative Steve Vreeland at svreeland@nrahq.org or (206) 936-7206.

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