Arts License Plates on the first business fleet in California this week!
Burnie Lenau knows arts -- or at least the California Arts License Plate and its importance for arts funding. Burnie is the first business owner to take advantage of the fact that Arts Plate fees may be considered charitable contributions to the California Arts Council. "It's an opportunity to give back, and it's an opportunity to help kids, the state and businesses," Burnie told the Sacramento Bee. "How do you beat that?"
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