Attn: All Tennessee Wolverines; UM License Plate

Submitted by mgokev on June 9th, 2016 at 4:45 PM

Myself along with our fellow Nashville-based Wolverines are petitioning the State of TN to have its very own "University of Michigan - Go Blue" license plate.  This is being developed with help from the UM Alumni Association and the TN State Legislature. 

The plates will be $35 and proceeds will help TN based non-profits. We have a goal of 520 signatures.

  • If you are a TN resident (looking at you Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville alumni clubs) use this link to sign up.

Important: The individual that gets the most referrals for this campaign receives a pair of tickets to the Wisconsin game.  Please put the name of your referral as "DONATE TO MOTT".

Help me further infiltrate the SEC and get a child at Mott to experience a game! 



June 9th, 2016 at 5:05 PM ^

Well, it definitely works in Tennessee. I have seen UF plates, Indiana plates, Auburn plates, etc. There's no reason why Michigan shouldn't have one!

Maybe someone in a MN group can look into the process of getting a custom decal M plate option. 

Doctor J

June 9th, 2016 at 5:05 PM ^

Nashville chapter! This is awesome thanks for posting. Filling out the form right now. Happy to have a way to infuriate an SEC motorist on the road or in the parking lot! Go Blue!

Wolverine Devotee

June 9th, 2016 at 5:09 PM ^

The Michigan plates in TX are better looking than the Michigan plates in MI.

This state is extremely uncreative when it comes to custom plates. There's 3 designs to choose from and if you get a school plate, the logo is on this boring plate.

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June 9th, 2016 at 5:18 PM ^

They've had these plates in NJ for a few decades




Show your Michigan pride by purchasing a pair of U-M New Jersey license plates! There is no annual charge (other than your annual registration fee), and these plates are valid for leased vehicles. The current cost of the license plates is $100 per set, half of which will be contributed to the Scholarship Fund of the U of M Club of Northern New Jersey. Also, for an additional $100, you can order a set of personalized plates that include your choice of select combinations of numbers and letters up to 5 characters.


June 9th, 2016 at 5:57 PM ^

I am shocked that we've not heard of a few instances of The Order Of Bull's Blood swiping Michigan license plates in New Jersey or worse, trying to turn any "M" into an "R" with a red Sharpie. They've already begun to send skirmishing forces into parking lots, if Twitter is any indication.