Here are the Top 10 Nominees for ALPCA's 2003 Best Plate Award. Your vote will
determine which state, province or territory will win this year's top honor. Since
1970, ALPCA has conducted the Best Plate Award competition annually. It is open
to plates from the United States, Canada, and their territories. Last year,
Oregon won top honors with its Crater Lake optional issue. In recent years,
ALPCA president Mike Naughton made special presentations to the governors of
Wyoming and Arkansas when plates from their states won.
The 2003 nominees are Florida, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Montana, Nevada,
Nova Scotia, Rhode Island, Texas and U.S. Virgin Islands. This year's Top 10
was selected based upon nominations submitted by ALPCA members, who were asked
to consider both the attractiveness and legibility of new 2003 designs.
As in the past, ALPCA will honor the one jurisdiction that members feel issued
the best plate for 2003, whether a general issue of special optional issue.
Your vote counts. You should consider both attractiveness and legibility
when considering your selection. Be sure to return the ballot enclosed with the
April 2004 Register by mail or email to Tim Stentiford by April 25, 2004.
The winner and runner-ups will be announced in the June 2004 issue of the
Register. ALPCA will then present the award to the winning jurisdiction at
a special cermony.
Don't forget to vote!
Last updated: Monday, 29-Jun-2009 19:12:07 UTC