Utah Jazz Release Official License Plates With Proceeds Benefitting Charities
SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Jazz announced that they have released official license plates that fans can purchase with the proceeds benefitting charities.
The license plate has the Jazz note on the left side with “Take Note” at the bottom of plate. They are available to the public through the Utah Division of Motor Vehicles, effective immediately.
The proceeds will benefit community charities and initiatives through the Utah Jazz Foundation.
Get your official Utah Jazz license plates with sale proceeds benefitting community charities and initiatives through the Utah Jazz Foundation 🚘#TakeNote
— Utah Jazz (@utahjazz) November 17, 2021
“The Utah Jazz license plate is an ideal way for fans to display their pride in our NBA franchise while making a donation to charity,” said Jim Olson, president of the Utah Jazz. “Originally created during Utah’s 2014 legislative session, we appreciate joining with the State of Utah in offering Jazz plates when people register or renew their personal vehicles.”
Fans that want to purchase a license plate by mail would need to submit a copy of their current registration, any documentation required for a special plate and a check for $46 that includes $17 for the cost of the plate, $25 initial contribution for the Utah Jazz Foundation and a $4 charge for postage and handling. The plate also has an annual $25 contribution for future renewals.
Information about the Utah Jazz special group license plates, listed under National Basketball Association (NBA), is available through the Utah Division of Motor Vehicles at: https://dmv.utah.gov/plates/nba.
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