"Remember the Alamo" is taking on a whole new meaning for Texas drivers.
Drivers won't soon forget the symbol of Texas independence with the new Alamo-themed license plate rolled out by Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush and Texas State Rep. Lyle Larson, R-San Antonio, Thursday.
The license plate celebrating Texas pride comes at a price of $30 — but $22 of that goes straight to the Alamo to pay for preservation efforts and historical educational programs, according to a press release.
"Not only will this license plate enable Texans across the state to show their pride for the Alamo," Bush said, "It will also provide valuable funds for continuing preservation work and valuable educational resources so that we can continue to teach visitors about the historic events that occurred on this sacred site."
The license plate is a celebration of Texas pride and the rich history that the state has.
"There are a lot of folks who take pride in Texas' heritage, and the Alamo is the cradle of Texas independence," said Larson.
You can celebrate your love of the Lone Star State and order the specialty license plate here.