It's a new spin on an old idea that allows you to show off your Aggie spirit while helping out your school.
You may have already seen the new Texas A&M personalized license plates around the community. You can get your own for $30, but if you want it to spell out a message, it'll cost you $40 more.
For every Aggie plate sold, $22 go towards student scholarships.
To date, A&M has generated more than $2.6 million, by far the most of any Texas university and more than the second- and third-place universities combined.
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