White Sox License Plate Unveiled

Proceeds from plates go to Professional Sports Teams Education Fund

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    NEWSLETTERS

    The Chicago Bulls have one. So do the Cubs. The Blackhawks too.

    Now the Chicago White Sox has its very own Illinois license plate.

    Secretary of State Jesse White, along with former White Sox players Minnie Minoso and Moose Skowron, unveiled the new license plate at the Thompson Center Tuesday morning.

    The plate gives fans the opportunity to show their Sox pride. Beyond that, $25 from the sale of each license plate will go to the Professional Sports Teams Education Fund, benefitting public schools, according to the Secretary of State.

    Fans can order White Sox license plates by visiting CyberDriveIllinois.com.