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5,000th brown-and-gold UW licenses plate sold

Mar 27, 2012 The Associated Press

LARAMIE (AP) -- The number of brown and gold license plates issued by the University of Wyoming Alumni Association recently hit the 5,000 mark.

Proceeds from the sale of the special plates fund scholarships that support UW students.

The plates were designed to fund scholarships for incoming freshmen students, both from Wyoming and out of state.

Since the program started in 2007, 64 students have received scholarships to achieve their higher education goals.

The plates retain the familiar Wyoming bucking horse logo that is required by state law to appear on all license plates, but they stray from the current Devil's Tower background in favor of a plain brown field with gold logo and numbers.

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The number of brown and gold license plates issued by the University of Wyoming Alumni Association recently hit the 5,000 mark. Proceeds from the sale of the special plates fund scholarships that support UW students.

The number of brown and gold license plates issued by the University of Wyoming Alumni Association recently hit the 5,000 mark. Proceeds from the sale of the special plates fund scholarships that support UW students.


The number of brown and gold license plates issued by the University of Wyoming Alumni Association recently hit the 5,000 mark. Proceeds from the sale of the special plates fund scholarships that support UW students.

The number of brown and gold license plates issued by the University of Wyoming Alumni Association recently hit the 5,000 mark. Proceeds from the sale of the special plates fund scholarships that support UW students.

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