Robot 6

Californians can sport a Snoopy license plate, support museums

The Snoopy license plate

The Snoopy license plate

The California Association of Museums has launched a campaign to have a Snoopy drawing by Charles Schulz appear on a special California license plate. Proceeds from sales of the plates would establish a sustainable grant program to support state museums.

But for that to happen, at least 7,500 California drivers have to register interest in a Snoopy plate. Once there are enough interested Peanuts fans, the state will begin collecting a $50 fee from those who want the plate (more if you want it personalized). Curiously, The Snoopy Plate website doesn’t seem to list a deadline for registration.

The Snoopy plate is being made possible by Jean Schulz, the Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates and United Media Licensing, who are granting royalty-free rights to the California Association of Museums.

News From Our Partners

Comments

5 Comments

good grief…i live in texas, and can’t partake in this AWESOME campaign. me, the biggest schulz fan on the planet, who got an MA in museum studies (from Chico) in ’08, with dreams of working at the schulz museum in santa rosa… :(

kavabuggy wow i could really use your help i’m doing a HUGE project for my art class and it is all about schulz

Great idea and certainly another thing for collectors of old license plates to look for.
This is creative, fun and great if you like the hobby.

Are we almost there! I’m a huge snoopy fan and would love to be one of the first to get the plates. I collect everything from Everhart to old snoopy jack in the box. Let us know if we are getting closer to having a California snoopy plate!

Michelle Gaytan

July 7, 2011 at 1:48 am

I’m a HUGE PEANUTS FAN! I live in New Mexico and I really wish that we could also get a Snoopy license plate program started here. I so would love to have a specialized snoopy plate on my car! ツ

Leave a Comment

 



Browse the Robot 6 Archives