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Rush Announce Custom License Plates in Partnership with SGI

November 21, 2017 - National Lacrosse League (NLL) - Saskatchewan Rush News Release

Saskatoon SK - Rush Nation now has one more way to show pride for their team. Starting today, fans can pre-order a Saskatchewan Rush regular series or personalized licence plate. To order one, follow the steps at www.sgi.sk.ca/rush.  

Orders will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Plates ordered between November 20th and December 22nd will be mailed in early January 2018. Those without computer access can go into an SGI office and ask for the order form to be printed off, or in a few weeks, they will be able to do that at any licence issuer office.

Once fans receive their plate in the mail, they must remember to activate it at a local license issuer before placing it on their vehicle.

"Since coming to the province in 2016, the Saskatchewan Rush have won over thousands of fans with their exciting play and energetic game day experience," said Minister Responsible for SGI Joe Hargrave. "A portion of the proceeds from the sale of every plate goes back to the Rush. SGI is pleased to partner with the Rush on this, providing faithful and enthusiastic fans another way to show their support for the team."

The Rush organization intends to reward those who order a license plate. Anyone who orders a Rush license plate, will also receive a $25 Rush merchandise credit.

"The Saskatchewan Rush brand has rapidly grown across the province and nation, in a very short period. Team customized license plates are a wonderful initiative for our passionate fan-base. We expect that many will be ordered and proudly displayed on vehicles scattered all across Saskatchewan!" - Andrea Glieheisen VP Marketing & Partnerships, Saskatchewan Rush.

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