04/08/13: 1st page of the NBA.COM website for Boston Children’s Hospital and Boston Celtics license plates, from the search result for that website which I republished on the previous blog page. It is sickening, tragic and evil. (Copyright notice as for other pages like this one.). Copyright, with noted exceptions, L. Kochman, April 8, 2013 @ 6:17 p.m.

by thiswinteralso

Show your Celtics Pride when you drive the lane in Massachusetts and support Boston Children’s Hospital.Apply for a Celtics Plate:
Download Application (.pdf) or
NEW! Apply Online!Apply for a Celtics License Plate

License Plate Update: To date, it is estimated that more than 3,000 Boston Celtics license plates have been submitted to the RMV. Thank you to everyone that has supported this initiative and has been patiently waiting for the plates to arrive.

Show your support of Boston Children’s Hospital and the Celtics by applying online here. You can find more information on payment and plate pickup on the RMV Web site.

Once the Celtics License plates are ready, the RMV closest to where your car is registered will notify you for pick-up. Remember that license plate numbers are randomly assigned, and will be between zero and 1500. Plate numbers will not include letters or begin with zero.

“We are pleased to have a unique way for our fans to support both the Celtics and Children’s Hospital,” explained Celtics Managing Partner and Governor Wyc Grousbeck. “Children’s Hospital has been a long-standing presence in the New England Community, and our organization is proud to be associated with the hospital in this endeavor, and to have them as a focus partner of the Boston Celtics Shamrock Foundation.”

“The launch of this special license plate reinforces the Celtics’ strong commitment to Children’s and the thousands of kids we serve throughout New England,” said Dr. James Mandell, President and CEO of Boston Children’s Hospital. “We’re honored to partner with such a storied franchise that brings so much pride to Boston, and we’re thankful that these efforts will help us strengthen patient care and research.”