Personalized Number Plates: 25 Years at the Top

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The UK's leading personalized number plates company pushes the boat out as it celebrates quarter of a century in business.

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UK Cherished plates dealer, Regtransfers.co.uk celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, and the company has a number of surprises lined up by way of celebration. Competitions, special promotions and exciting new issues of RT%u2019s unique magazine Regtransfers.co.uk: The World of Personal Number Plates are on the cards for 2007, as well as a facelift for the company%u2019s industry-leading website.

Already blazing the internet trail to a degree unequaled in the personalised number plates industry, Regtransfers.co.uk plans to embrace and exploit the power of the internet as never before, investing manpower and resources in projects that will help further establish the private number plates industry as a significant market on the web. Similar expansion is planned for the sister site, Numberplates.com, which was launched to provide a free online community and information centre for private plates enthusiasts.

Offline, Regtransfers.co.uk: The World of Personal Number Plates continues to be the first and only regular, professional, full-colour magazine for the number plates industry and fans. It is partly through this unique publication that Regtransfers has established itself as number plates supplier to the rich and famous, and the country%u2019s leading source of information on the topic of private registrations.

The next issue will be the official 25 year anniversary edition, and will feature interviews with two celebrity number plates fans: Hollywood star and former ace footballer Vinnie Jones, and veteran radio and television and music buff %u201CDiddy%u201D David Hamilton.

Later in the year, the magazine will feature interviews with top boxer Amir Khan and motor racing legend Sir Stirling Moss as well as other TV and sports stars. One of the most remarkable things about the Regtransfers.co.uk magazine is that it is available free of charge upon request. Anyone who would like a copy may request one from the Regtransfers.co.uk website.

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