A new Florida license plate is being designed by famed Miami artist Romero Britto to increase awareness of child molestation. Another will help Big Brothers Big Sisters take children off waiting lists for mentors and other services.
An American Legion plate will help fund boys and girls programs. Still another will help support a Masonic nursing home in St. Petersburg.
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TO PRE-ORDER PLATES
Vehicle owners can pre-order the new plates at any tax collector’s office or private tag agency for $35.50; private tag agencies may charge extra. Production starts only after 1,000 have been pre-ordered. If the plates are not produced, the money can be refunded or applied to another plate.
— Available for pre-order: American Legion; Big Brothers Big Sisters; Lauren’s Kids.
— Available for pre-0rder Oct. 1: Freemasons.