|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||October 30, 2014|
CARSON CITY – Dave Quandt of Spring Creek is the winner of Nevada DMV’s Sesquicentennial license plate photo contest with his entry, “Old Timers,” which captured a procession of classic cars traveling through Lamoille Canyon in Elko County.
As the overall winner, Quandt will receive the one-of-a-kind “NV0150” Sesquicentennial license plate. The photo contest is part of the state’s Sesquicentennial celebration that winds up this weekend with a series of events around the state.
DMV named four runners up to the top prize:
The Nevada Sesquicentennial special license plate has proven to be popular with the public. There are more than 11,000 sets currently registered on Nevada vehicles. The 150th plate was released in July, 2013. A portion of the plate fee goes to the Nevada Sesquicentennial Commission, which is sponsoring a series of events commemorating the state’s 150th birthday.
The DMV named 20 semifinalists in the contest, which began June 24th and ended October 24th. You can see all of the semifinalists in a photo album on the DMV Facebook page. The contest rules are available at dmvnv.com/contest.
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