FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — Rick Stup is so deeply involved with the American Legion that even his car bears the organization’s name.
Stup, an Army veteran, past commander of Post 11 in Frederick and an American Legion member for more than 40 years, has had license plates featuring the organization’s name and logo since the 1970s.
“It’s just my way of showing support,” said Stup, of Frederick.
According to data from the Motor Vehicle Administration, more Maryland drivers are choosing license plates that represent their military service.