Redesigned New England Patriots license plates now available
If you’re a New England Patriots fan -- and you have a car registered in Massachusetts -- you’re in luck.
The MassDOT Registry of Motor Vehicles is offering a new, redesigned Patriots license plate, according to a press release issued on Wednesday.
“The Registry is excited to offer our customers this newly redesigned New England Patriots license plate,” Registrar of Motor Vehicles Erin Deveney said in the release. “The new plate will help to raise awareness and funding for a notable cause while also allowing fans to show their support for our five-time Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots.”
The plate, which is available at all RMV Service Centers or online for $60, features the team’s five Super Bowl championships “with the specific emblem of ‘5X Champions.’ Below the emblem are the numerals of each Super Bowl that the Patriots have won and a star to celebrate each championship.”
“We are very excited to give our fans in Massachusetts the opportunity to showcase their Patriots pride by celebrating what was unequivocally the sweetest Super Bowl victory in our team’s history,” said Robert Kraft, who is the team’s Chairman and CEO. “We have had a longstanding relationship with the Massachusetts RMV. Through this license plate program, the New England Patriots Foundation matches all monies generated to double the impact in reaching hundreds of nonprofit organizations throughout the Commonwealth. We thank everyone who has participated for their generosity and assistance in supporting local charities.”
Plate holders will pay a $40 renewal fee every two years, with the Foundation to receive $28 of the $40 initial special plate fee, and the full $40 special plate fee at renewal.
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