Please produce a State of Tennessee Germantown Charity Horse Show specialty license plate.

0 have signed. Let’s get to 1,500!


On Friday, May 10, 2019, TN State Senator Brian Kelsey of District 31 – a generous supporter of the Germantown Charity Horse Show (GCHS) - asked his staff to notify GCHS that a bill to create a specialty license plate in Tennessee has passed.  The GCHS.org specialty license plate will represent and support GCHS.

We need fans and supporters of GCHS that register their vehicles in TN to sign the petition and ultimately purchase a GCHS specialty license plate.

We have reached 1000 names; however, we need about 100 more names from those that register their vehicles in TN to sign the petition and ultimately purchase a GCHS specialty license plate. 

Revenue generated from this specialty plate will be used to continue the charitable efforts of GCHS. Visit GCHS.org for more information.

Thank you,

 

Virginia Walker, GCHS Past President

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Organizations desiring to establish a Cultural, Specialty Earmarked or New Specialty Earmarked license plate, as defined by Tenn. Code Ann. Title 55, Chapter 4, Part 2, must contact their state senator or representative to sponsor the proposed plate so it may be introduced into legislation.

Once the bill has passed, GCHS is responsible for securing a minimum of 1,000 plate orders.

Once we have 1000 verified names that register their vehicles in TN, we will announce phase two; collecting the money for each plate ($35 for the next available number).

Our organization has until June, 2020 to complete the minimum requirements. If the organization does not meet the minimum requirements, the plate will be deemed obsolete or invalid.