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SAN DIEGO, Calif., Oct. 25, 2013 – In case you missed it, Donate Life California and the California Highway Patrol (CHP) announced yesterday reservations are now open for the Pink Dot License Plate at www.PinkDotPlate.org. A news conference was held at the state capitol in Sacramento. Speakers included: Sharon Ross, Donate Life California Board Member; Lisa Stocks, Donate Life California President; Assemblyman Rocky Chavez; CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow; Michael McCrerey, Retired CHP Officer and liver recipient; Karen Youngstrom, widow of CHP Officer Kenyon Youngstrom, whose organs saved four lives after his death in the line of duty.
Video courtesy of: The California Channel
The Pink Dot Plate will help raise awareness of the need for organ, eye and tissue donation. It will also help fund Donate Life California’s outreach and education programs. Donate Life California needs 7,500 paid reservations before a single plate can be produced, distributed and displayed on vehicles in California. Reserve yours today at www.PinkDotPlate.org.
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