Boosters and Souvenirs

A booster is an official license plate, with or without a registration number, which can be displayed on the front of a vehicle for a specified time. A souvenir is simply a memento, which although able to be affixed to a car, is not meant to be. Here’s a look at some examples of both.

US Bicentennial Boosters Other Boosters Souvenirs Places Events Miscellaneous ALPCA International Conventions

Boosters

US Bicentennial Boosters

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Other Boosters

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Souvenirs

Places

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Events

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Miscellaneous

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ALPCA International Conventions

Every year that I go to the ALPCA International Convention, I buy a souvenir plate. Below are the all the ones I’ve attended: 2008 Salt Lake City, Utah; 2010 Arlington, Texas; 2011 Charleston, West Virginia; 2012 Des Moines, Iowa; 2013 Reno, Nevada; 2015 Rogers, Arkansas; 2016 Fort Wayne, Indiana; 2017 Ontario, California; 2018 Valley Forge, Pennsylvania; 2019 Knoxville, Tennessee; and Covington, Kentucky, in 2021. In 2020, the convention scheduled for Tulsa, Oklahoma, was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic, but the club issued the souvenir anyway – modified, of course!

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