Florida will soon see Georgia Bulldogs license plates across the Sunshine State following a campaign by the Bulldogs to secure 3,000 presales of the specialty plate.

The University of Georgia put out an explanation to its alumni about the issue to clarify the timeline:

Our team is now working with the State of Florida to verify each sale. Once that becomes official with the state, they will begin production of the license plate for those who have purchased a voucher. It will take approximately 3-4 months for the plates to be produced and mailed to your local tax collector’s office. The Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles will notify voucher holders when the plates have shipped to their local tax collector’s office so the purchase can be completed there.

Alabama is handling a similar campaign, and it’s called “Tag It Bama.” For example, the Pensacola Bama Club explains it this way:

You can now purchase your official University of Alabama License Plate for Florida directly from the Escambia County Tax Collectors Office. Regardless of the county you live in, this is the official site to purchase your voucher! Click the button below to be redirected to make your purchase.

Auburn explained it this way last summer:

A new Florida law, SB 364, reduces a requirement of pre-sold, out-of-state college license plates from 4,000 to 3,000. As of June 13, Auburn had sold 2,335 pre-sale vouchers and only requires 665 more residents to place their order for production to begin.

“After several years of hard work by Florida legislators and the Auburn clubs across the state, a new car tag will become available in Florida for alumni, fans and friends of Auburn University once the pre-sale number is reached,” said Jessica King, director of marketing and communications in Auburn Advancement. “With less than 650 pre-sale vouchers left to sell, residents in the state of Florida are encouraged to act now to make driving with Auburn pride a possibility.”