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News release from ABAC
TIFTON – The roads of Georgia will soon be filled with vehicles showing Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College license plates.
The new ABAC tags are now available in every tag office across the state.
"We are very excited to finally get the tags on vehicles," ABAC President David Bridges said. "ABAC will not only benefit from the mini-billboards all over the roads, but a portion of the proceeds from each ABAC tag will be returned to the college."
All persons interested in purchasing an ABAC tag can do so by going to their local tag offices. As with all commemorative license plates, there is a $35 fee in addition to regular charges and taxes.