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Blue Ridge Parkway Receives Much Needed Funding Boost From North Carolina Drivers

Source:  Asheville Citizen-Times

The scenic Blue Ridge Parkway is getting a much-needed boost thanks to North Carolina drivers. A specialty license plate program dedicated to the parkway has brought in over half a million dollars!

This program allows drivers to showcase their love for the parkway while contributing to its preservation. The funds raised go towards a variety of projects, from park maintenance and educational programs to keeping the iconic roadway itself in tip-top shape.

For many, the Blue Ridge Parkway is a treasure trove of natural beauty, offering breathtaking vistas, diverse wildlife, and a chance to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The money raised through the specialty tag program ensures that this treasured resource can continue to be enjoyed by visitors for generations to come. 

So, the next time you see a car sporting the Blue Ridge Parkway tag, you’ll know it’s not just about showing local pride, it’s about giving back to this remarkable natural wonder.


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