Deadline to vote is Sept. 15, tag fees fund conservation and habitat restoration.
The Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division wants the public's help in selecting the best tag design for their new wildlife tags. Georgians can vote for the new wildlife tags at www.georgiawildlife.com by clicking on the “Make Your Vote Count” link, filling out a short survey and casting a vote. According to a press release from the DNR, a share of purchases and renewals of the new tag will go toward conservation and habitat restoration efforts for the Nongame Conservation Section, the Bobwhite Quail Initiative (BQI) and the Trout Restoration Program of the DNR’s Fisheries Management Section. “We are excited about the opportunity to allow Georgians to vote on their favorite tag design through our website,” Wildlife …
Gov. Deal unveiled the winning design from a statewide contest decided by online votes.
Monday, August 22, 2011
Georgia's new license plate–the winner in a design contest–was unveiled today by Gov. Nathan Deal, along with Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle and Department of Revenue Commissioner Doug MacGinnitie. The license plate, designed by Linda Sosebee of Forsyth, is scheduled to begin production in the fall. It garnered the most online votes with a total of 34,154 in the recently concluded 2011 License Plate Design Contest administered by the Department of Revenue. “After hundreds of thousands of votes were cast, we are pleased to announce the winning design,” Deal said. “All of the semifinalists submitted great designs that would reflect well on our state, but the winning plate was the clear favorite among voters. I congratulate Linda Sosebee on being …