By Ben Wolf
Wednesday, January 10, 2007
The university is beginning a campaign to get VSU license plates approved by the state.
Five hundred drivers must sign up for the plate by late June in order for the state to produce the school spirited tags.
University officials say the school won't make any money from the new plates. They're in it for Blazer pride.
"I would just to let people know that I did come here or that I support the school down here. I mean, it's a great school. It's a great campus. It's got the small town feel, but with the university feel as well," said VSU senior Erica Inman.
Twenty seven other colleges and universities in Georgia already have specialty tags.
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