Mass Email in Regards to Virginia Appalachian Trail Plate
I just sent out a mass email to all my friends and family that I know enjoy the outdoors about the Virginia Appalachian Trail Plate. The same goes to you, blog readers! If you know anyone who may be interested, please pass the word on!
I think I have “nagged” many of you before, but one last time for good measure! The Appalachian Trail Conservancy (http://www.appalachiantrail.org) is trying to get an Appalachian Trail license plate approved in Virginia. They need 350 pre-paid commitments by mid-July. They currently only have 142. L The plate is absolutely beautiful and features Catawba’s own McAfee’s Knob (See attached)
The plate will cost $25 a year—with it one gets a FREE membership to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and the revenues from these plates goes towards the conservation, maintenance and education efforts of the AT. The North Carolina Appalachian Trail License Plate has generated $150,000 that has gone right back to the trail!
Now I certainly don’t expect all of you to be in a position to hop on board and sign up for a plate. My main intent is to the spread the word. You and I share a common love of the outdoors and if you happen to also share that love with a Virginia resident who might be interested in an Appalachian Trail License Plate, please pass the information on!
You can read more details and fill out an application at:
Thanks and I hope everyone is well!