The Indiana Farm Bureau special recognition license plates that are available through the Bureau of Motor Vehicles have raised $14,100 so far for the Farm Bureau Foundation.
The total includes both new plates and renewals, said Mark Sigler, INFB chief operating officer. “It’s gratifying to see how much money our license plates have raised for education in Indiana,” he added.
The plates cost $40, with $25 of that going to the foundation. The remaining $15 is a BMV administration fee.
The INFB license plate can be ordered at any time throughout the year. Stop by your local BMV branch to get yours and show your support for Indiana agriculture.
More information can be found online at www.infb.org/INFB-license-plate.
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