Lead by the efforts of Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) volunteer Dick Ketelboeter and Regional Director Kurt Flack, Wisconsin has become yet another state to officially offer RMEF license plates to roadways.
Working through Representative Keith Ripp, and merging with Boy Scouts of America and other groups working toward the same goal, the Wisconsin State Assembly voted 90-2 in favor followed by a 29-3 vote of approval in the Wisconsin State Senate.
The next stop was Gov. Scott Walker’s desk, awaiting his signature.
The RMEF is set to receive $25 per transaction from the sales of license plates for cars and trucks will be put toward their mission of protecting wildlife, wild places and our hunting heritage.
Wisconsin joins Idaho, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota and Virginia as states offering these customized license plates.