Walt Disney World license plate celebrates 50th anniversary, benefits Make-A-Wish kids
ORLANDO, Fla. - Registered Florida car owners who love Disney World have a chance to be a part of history and help critically ill children at the same time.
A specialty Walt Disney World Resort license plate is being released to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Proceeds of the license plate will go to Make-A-Wish of Central and Northern Florida.
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"Disney has a longstanding relationship with Make-A-Wish, dating back to 1980, and since then, more than 140,000 Disney-inspired wishes have been granted, with more than 8,000 taking place each year at Walt Disney World Resort," according to Disney Parks Blog.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL - OCTOBER 01: Walt Disney World Resort marked its 45th anniversary on October 1, 2016 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Jacqueline Nell/Disneyland Resort via Getty Images)
The design of the plate has not yet been revealed. To get one, car owners can purchase a presale voucher now (by appointment) at their local county tax collector's offices and DMV's across Florida. The cost is $25 plus applicable state administration fees.
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Disney World says they are planning a 50th anniversary celebration with more details to be released at a later date. Disney World officially welcomed visitors on Oct. 1, 1971, with just one park -- Magic Kingdom -- and two resort hotels: the Contemporary Resort Hotel and Polynesian Village.
You can find more information about specialty license plates HERE.
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