You can show additional support and appreciation for Snapping Shoals EMC linemen and other utility line crews through the purchase of Georgia's
"Thank a Lineman" vehicle license plate.
For the vital work linemen perform and for their commitment to "getting the lights back on" every
day, House Bill 260 was sponsored in the Georgia House of Representatives by Rep. Alan Powell(R-Hartwell) and carried in the Senate by Sen. Steve
Gooch (R-Dahlonega) to make available a specialty license to honor Georgia's electric utility line workers.
Proceeds from the specialty plates will benefit the Southeastern Firefighters Burn Foundation (SFBF), which provides assistance to burn patients
and their families at the Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital in Augusta.
Those who are interested in purchasing a "Thank a Lineman" license plate can visit http://www.sfbf.net/LicensePlate when
renewing your annual motor vehicle registration. For the first 1,000 plates, the one time $25 specialty plate manufacturing fee will be waived by the Motor Vehicles Division of the Georgia Department of Revenue
with a $25 minimum donation to the Southeastern Firefighters Burn Foundation.