The Delaware chaper of the Surfrider Foundation is circulating a petition to get a dedicated plate for the Surfrider Foundation. It will feature the Surfrider logo.
We are seeking 200+ signatures from interested Delaware drivers. The cost will be a one time fee of $10.00 which goes to the Delaware Department of Motor Vehicles to cover the cost of the plate.
The petitions are currently availible at the following locations:
Surf Bagel & Deli, Lewes
Quest Fitness, Villages at Five Points, Lewes
Quiet Storm, Villages at Five Points, Lewes
Quiet Storm, Rehoboth Beach
Sierra Moon, Rehoboth Beach
Dogfish Head, Rehoboth Beach
Arena's Bar, Rehoboth Beach
Liquid Board Shop, Rehoboth Beach
East of Maui, Dewey Beach
Fenwick Island Surf Shop, Fenwick Island
People who are interested purchasing the plate when it becomes availible are urged to sign up. Please do not sign the petition unless you are going to purchase a plate.
I have a picture of the proposed plate we will be submitting to DMV if anyone would like to see it I can email it to you. Or someone could tell me how to post a picture to the site.
Chairman, License Plate Committee
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Thread: Delaware Surfrider License Plate
Feb 22, 2008, 04:43 AM #1Member
- Join Date
- Sep 2007
Delaware Surfrider License Plate
I am interested and will offer a suggestion. Why not have an online petition? Unless there are waves it is unlikely that I make the hour plus drive to the beaches.
Feb 22, 2008, 04:31 PM #3
Why not the entire east coast? Or NJ, NY, FL, NC, VA, MD?
Feb 22, 2008, 07:59 PM #5
- Join Date
- Dec 2006
- Ocean City, MD
Because. . .
MD Chapter has had them for a couple of years already. Leastways for those who feel the need to advertise that "they ride."
I'll do that . I'd love to see the pic. Not really sure how you post it. Did you try dragging the pic into the message box? The SwellInfo guys should know for sure. Where are you guys?
Aug 26, 2008, 12:48 PM #7jbsjohn Guest
Coastal & Environmental
The California Coastal Commission ruled in February that the proposed 16-mile toll road extension did not comply with state environmental standards. The federal hearing is part of the Transportation Corridor Agencies' appeal of that ruling. Environmental groups, including the Surfrider Foundation, Natural Resources Defense Council and California State Parks Foundation, oppose the road extension because of the effect it would have on habitat and because of its intrusion into a state park.
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