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Specialty Tennessee license plates with Nashville ties

Show your Music City pride while you ride.

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Which specialty license plate are you choosing?

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Beep, beep. That’s no car horn, but your reminder to check your license plate expiration dates. If you’re headed to the DMV soon, consider opting for a specialty plate supporting a local cause. Annual fees for the seven plates below cost $61.50 — $35 is allocated in part to the plate’s beneficiary.

Friends of Shelby Bottoms | Benefits Friends of Shelby Park and Bottoms’ efforts to maintain park features, promote educational programs, support recreational activities, engage visitors, and revitalize the green space.

Radnor Lake Preservation | Benefits The Friends of Radnor Lake’s efforts to protect, preserve, and promote the natural integrity of Radnor Lake.

Dollywood Foundation | Benefits childhood literacy through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

Nashville Predators | Benefits the Nashville Predators Foundation, which distributes $2 million+ annually to the community.

Historic Franklin | Benefits Franklin Tomorrow’s community-wide effort to create and implement a shared vision for the future of Franklin, TN.

Tennessee Titans | Benefits the Titans Foundation, which distributes funds equally to as many as 10 local causes.

Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital | Benefits the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.