150th Anniversary License Plate Contest

Nevada turned 150 years old on October 31, 2014. To help celebrate the Silver State's Sesquicentennial, the DMV held a photo contest to award a very special license plate to one lucky Nevadan!

150th Anniversary licene plate
NV 0150 License Plate

The Winners Top ↑

The first place winner was Old Timers taken by Dave Quandt of Spring Creek, NV. His photo features vintage cars driving in Lamoille Canyon in Elko County.

The DMV also named four runners up:

The department selected 20 weekly semifinalists during the contest. They are posted in a Contest Photo Album on Facebook. See the News Release, too.

PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS

Old Timers
Old Timers
Challenger
Challenger
Big Old Tires
Big Old Tires
Lambo Diablo 7
Lambo Diablo 7
Dodge GT
Dodge GT

Nevada's Sesquicentennial Celebration Top ↑

Nevada’s Sesquicentennial, the 150th anniversary of Nevada’s admission to the Union, will provide opportunities for celebration and reflection as we come together statewide to commemorate our shared history and build a foundation of cultural appreciation for generations to come. Nevada’s one of a kind and diverse history will be celebrated throughout the state for an entire year in order to promote pride in the shared heritage of native and non-native Nevadans alike.

By executive order of Governor Brian Sandoval, this once-in-a-lifetime occasion is an opportunity to showcase the unique contribution of Nevada’s culture and history. Plans for the yearlong celebration include official community based and signature Nevada 150 events, guaranteed to instill pride and inspire all Nevadans to participate in the Sesquicentennial celebration. These events and projects will be strategically designed to connect all communities throughout Nevada by tapping into the common pride in our shared heritage possessed by all who live or have lived in Nevada.

Nevada’s Sesquicentennial celebration began on Nevada Day 2013 and continued into November, 2014.

Visit www.nevada150.org for all of the events and news about Nevada's 150th!

Contest Rules Top ↑

Photo Guidelines

Submission and Judging

What to Do

What Not to Do

More Rules & Legal Stuff Top ↑

Winner must use the plate on a Nevada-registered motor vehicle and shall pay all applicable fees including registration, governmental services taxes and specialty plate fees.