More Pre-Orders Needed To Make Blue Angels License Plate A Reality

October 26, 2020

The Naval Aviation Museum Foundation needs the community’s help to make the Blue Angels license plate a reality.

The Florida Department of Motor Vehicle’s process to establish a new specialty license plate requires the foundation to sell 3,000 vouchers before the plate goes into production.

“This support moves us one step closer to making the Blue Angels license plate a reality for the state of Florida,” said retired Rear Adm. Kyle Cozad, president and CEO of the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation. “The ordering process is easy and the plates are available to registered Florida drivers across the state.”

The voucher is redeemable for the plate once the sale requirement has been met and the plates are in production. Purchasing a voucher ensures the plate will go into production as quickly as possible.

Florida drivers can now purchase a voucher in person at a local tax collector’s office or online. The online service is available to all Florida residents residing in any county.

It’s not necessary to wait for a vehicle’s registration to need renewal to purchase the Blue Angels license plate. For $30, a new plate can be ordered at any time without affecting the vehicle’s registration cycle.

As a process to gain public support, the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation is offering numbered Commemorative Challenge Coins to the first 3,000 Floridians who purchase a voucher from the Escambia County Tax Collector’s website. The 1.5” antique bronze coin showcases the Blue Angels crest on the front and the words “I Helped Make History” on the back. This exclusive coin is a way to thank those who helped make the Blue Angels license plate a reality for Florida.


4 Responses to “More Pre-Orders Needed To Make Blue Angels License Plate A Reality”

  1. retired on October 26th, 2020 5:10 pm

    1,682 of 3,000 vouchers sold

  2. Cantonment Mom on October 26th, 2020 3:22 pm

    Mine is ordered as well. But I agree with “retired”…I have never seen it advertised anywhere else. So if you don’t look on this website you wouldn’t see it.

  3. retired on October 26th, 2020 9:52 am

    ordared my two. this is the only place i have seen them advertized

  4. Miss the Museum on October 26th, 2020 7:05 am

    Open the museum!!!!!

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