Austin, Texas (PRWEB) November 22, 2013
We’re pleased to announce the seven regional winners in The My Plates Coach of the Year Contest 2013:
South: Ron Adame - Sharyland HS Football
North: Eric Semifero - Wrestling Coach, Plano
Central: Ray Biles - Lorena HS Athletic Director
Panhandle: Trent Early, Shallowater Elementary PE
West: Peter Morales, Coronado HS Basketball
East: Jimmy Eby, Hudson Lady Hornets Softball
Southeast: James Pullen - Magnolia Jr. HS Football
Watch video profiles of each coach and the kids and parents who nominated them at http://www.myplates.com/coach.
We created the contest to honor the best youth coaches in Texas, as determined by Texans, and these seven coaches are the pick of their region. They are now guaranteed at least $3000 for their schools, with a chance at $25,000.
Now, the statewide voting begins. The coach with the most votes statewide becomes My Plates Coach of the Year 2013. Texans have from Friday, November 22 to December 8 to vote for their favorite coach. Get the word out. Tell friends and family to vote, too, at http://www.myplates.com/coach. Voting is allowed once a day, so keep coming back.
The My Plates Coach of the Year gets $25,000 for his school.
The second place prize is $10,000 for the team, and five remaining finalists will receive the third place prize of $3,000 for their schools.
That’s a total of $50,000 in prizes for Texas schools.
The winning coach receives the plate message COACH13 for a ten-year term, valued at $795. Second and Third Place coaches get 5-year personalized license plates from MyPlates.com, valued at $495.
The Grand Prize Winner and My Plates Coach of the Year 2013 will be announced December 9, 2013.
Since November 2009, Texans have purchased more than 169,000 My Plates, putting more than $20.3M in the general revenue fund, which helps pay for services for all Texans.
Contact Kim Miller Drummond at (512) 423-4237 or kim(at)myplates(dot)com.
My Plates designs and markets new specialty license plates as a vendor for the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles. Texans have bought more than 169,000 My Plates since November 2009, putting more than $20.3M in the state general revenue fund. My Plates’ goal is to create a long-term, mutually beneficial relationship designed to maximize revenues for the state through the sale of My Plates specialty plates. http://www.myplates.com.
The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) is charged with overseeing the state’s motor vehicle services that provide consumer protection, assist motor vehicle-related businesses and raise revenue for the state. For every $1 it spends, the TxDMV returns $10 to build and maintain highways, roads and bridges and provide needed services to Texans. The agency registers more than 23 million vehicles; regulates vehicle dealers; credentials buses and big trucks for intrastate and interstate commerce; issues oversize and overweight permits; and awards grants to law enforcement agencies to reduce vehicle burglaries and thefts.
- “Specialty” plate refers to any official license plate other than the state’s general issue plate.
- Specialty plates can be “personalized” plates, but they don’t have to be.
- My Plates and TxDMV use only “specialty” and “personalized” to refer to these plates, not “vanity,” which is pejorative and lacks accuracy.