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UK License Plates Now Available in Virginia

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Aug. 23, 2019) — Virginia residents who would like a University of Kentucky license plate: now is your chance!

The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles allows for non-Virginia colleges and universities to apply for a non-revenue sharing license plate. The state requires a minimum of 350 prepaid applications before a University of Kentucky plate will be issued.

To express an interest in a UK Virginia license plate, go to www.ukalumni.net/ukvirginiaplate.

Filling out the form implies interest in a UK Virginia license plate. No financial commitment is required until we have interest from a minimum of 350 individuals. At that time, information will be sent to prepay and submit an application for the University of Kentucky license plate in Virginia.

For questions, contact Caroline Winston at bbninva@gmail.com.

The UK Alumni Association is committed to fostering lifelong engagement among alumni, friends, the association and the university. For more information about the UK Alumni Association, visit www.ukalumni.net or call 800-269-2586.

 

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