Tennessee was coined the "Volunteer State" during the War of 1812 because 1,500 Tennesseans volunteered
to serve alongside General Andrew Jackson and had a prominent role in defeating the British.
Today, Tennesseans continue to serve the military at high rates. Unfortunately, many of these heroes
experience hardships when their service ends. There are approximately 570 homeless Veterans in Tennessee.
We want to see it be zero.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
We have designed the "America at its best" specialty license plate that will be available to all registered Tennessee vehicles. The proposal for this plate passed legislatively and we are now taking preorders.
Once 1,000 preorders have been placed, the plate can be produced and we can begin to get our Veterans off the streets and into homes.
Q: Does a payment have to be made with each preorder?
A: Yes. a $35 fee must accompany the preorder. The amount will be credited to the purchaser at their County Clerk's office when the tag is made available.
Q: What happens if the tag is not produced?
A: The $35 fee will be refunded to the purchaser.
Q: When will the tag become available?
A: We expect 2024.
Q: How do I get my tag?
A: Once produced, you will be notified that you can pick it up at your local County Clerk's office.