Carroll ISD marketing partner My Plates wants to recognize coaches and all the good they do in serving their local communities. Whether they are from a major city or a small Texas town, from football to basketball, softball to soccer, and everything in between, My Plates want to hear about them.
My Plates is giving away over $50,000 in total prizes to be awarded to the local school or sports organization affiliated with the winning coaches. MyPlates has set up a link on their website to submit nominations: www.myplates.com/COACH. Entries are being accepted from now until Friday, Oct. 11. Then MyPlates.com will choose up to 20 finalists in 7 regions of Texas and announce them on Saturday, October 19. Those winners then compete statewide for the first prize of $25,000 for his or her team or organization.
Carroll ISD partnered with MyPlates to become the first K-12 public school district in the state to offer custom license plates. Through this marketing partnership, Carroll ISD earns a portion of the revenue for every Dragon license plate sold. Money earned through this fundraiser goes directly into the school district’s general fund. Click here to visit the MyPlates website. Last year, MyPlates produced a video featuring Carroll Dragon fans who’ve already purchased their license plate, click here to watch the clip.
My Plates, the exclusive maker of Dragon License Plates, is offering a limited-time deal on plates made with seven characters. Just one extra character to use in a combination opens up a whole new world of personalization possibilities.
Now through Wednesday, March 14 drivers can purchase a Carroll Dragon license plate customized with up to seven characters. Customers have the option of purchasing the plate for one, five or ten year terms. Customers can also pay for the plate in full or put the plate on layaway with five equal payments. So far, Dragon fans have purchased 149 customized Carroll Dragon license plates.
Due to a marketing agreement with Carroll ISD, My Plates gives the school district a percentage of every plate sold. The five year marketing agreement was finalized in early 2010, with the plate design approved and ready for purchase by the start of the 2010 school year. The money earned through this agreement goes into Carroll ISD’s general operating fund. Carroll was the first school district in the state with it’s own personalized license plate.
Click here to see what your seven character Dragon license plate will look like.
Use the feature below to see what your customized Carroll Dragon license plate will look like with the traditional six characters:
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