Thursday, January 24, 2008

Why not a ski license plate

Colorado Ski Country USA, the umbrella marketing group for Colorado's ski resorts, is lobbying for the return of the skier license plate. And why not? The state already had a skier license plate back in the good ol' days. Plus, we have vanity plates for things as obscure as 'Survivor of Pearl Harbor" and "Greyhound Lovers." I'm the proud owner of an adopted greyhound, but come on, how many of those does the state really sell?

Which leads to the real question. If there is a state ski license plate, would you pay extra for it?

5 comments:

Dr. B said...

Would I pay... If it is a one time fee, yes. An annual fee, no.

Teleken said...

Well, it's not a tele skier so it's really not a skier.

No I don't think I would get one, I like the old green & white plate I have.

AndyW said...

Telemark is French for "can't shred."

Dave Philipps said...

The skier seems already pretty dated. She should be riding a pair of Fat-y-pus skis. Colorado Pride!

UltraRob said...

I might consider it if we didn't have the new share the road cycling ones.