Raiders fans in Las Vegas can soon be sporting the team’s logo on their license plates, with a specialty Nevada tag due out Monday, according to the charitable Raiders Foundation.
The black-background plate with the NFL team’s iconic shield logo and the slogan “Commitment to Excellence” will be available Monday through the state Department of Motor Vehicles, the foundation said.
“This will give everybody in Nevada, not just Southern Nevada, but the entire state, the ability to get a Raiders license plate for their car,” team President Marc Badain said in a news release. The Raiders, who now play in Oakland, Calif., are moving to Las Vegas in 2020.
Fans can make an appointment to purchase the plates at dmvnv.com, the foundation said. The cost is $62, with $30 going to the foundation, which funds “community and civic health through the support of the military and youth development,” according to the news release.
Personalizing the plate costs an extra $35 a year, the foundation said.
For more information, visit dmvnv.com/platescharitable.htm.