1,000 tags must be pre-sold before the Tennessee State Tax Commission will begin production on a particular distinctive tag included in House Bill H PC2. . When the tax commission receives the 1,000 applications, with the appropriate fees, and a design provided by the organization and approved by the tax commission, the tag can be put into production.
The applicant will be notified by the organization responsible for this particular tag when his tag can be picked up at the office of the tax collector in his county of residence. The tax collector’s offices will have a list provided by the tax commission of people who have already paid their fees and are entitled to one of the first 1,000.
The applicant should pick up his tag as soon as he is notified that the tag is available at the tax collector’s office. If the applicant chooses to wait to pick up his tag, the special tag fee shall be paid again at the time the special tag is picked up to be registered to the applicant’s vehicle.
These are the easy steps that need to be taken:
• Click the register button below to fill out the application and pay the $35 fee online
• The $35.00 will be deposited in a Special Custodial Account at the council office marked Tennessee license plates until the minimum of 1,000 tags has been reached by all 5 Tennessee Councils.
• In order for the tags to be available in 2013, we need to get moving. We need to collect 1,000 applications and the deposits by April 13, 2013.
• Once this is up and going, it will provide financial support for many years. It is a great way to market Scouting, provide additional income, and...
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