Do you have a child who likes to draw? A new contest by the Ohio Attorney General’s Office could feature their design on upcoming license plates as part of a “Stop Bullying” campaign.
The winning license plate logo and slogan will appear on actual license plates available at a later date.
The contest is open to children in kindergarten through fifth grade during the 2018 to 2019 school year.
Submissions should showcase the “Stop Bullying” theme.
“No one likes a bully,” said Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost. “Through the creativity of our children, we can offer Ohioans this new way to push back against bullying behavior.”
According to Yost's office, contributions collected from the sale of the special plates will "fund grants for nonprofit organizations, schools and school districts to provide bullying prevention training programs or similar educational opportunities."
For contest rules and an entry form, click here.
The deadline to enter the contest is May 31, 2019.