The Cahaba River Society (CRS) was one of the first organizations to secure a “personalized” Alabama specialty car tag nearly two decades ago.
Here is a photo of one of their original tag designs back in 2001.
The other day, while we were in a meeting with Beth Stewart, the longtime Executive Director of Cahaba River Society, she pointed out another item on the new specialty tag besides the iconic cahaba lily and the blue “river-like” background.
Can you spot it?
Perhaps it’s our eyesight, and the fact we never really studied it upclose.
Before we give you the answer, monies from the Cahaba River Society tag support programs such as the Shane Hulsey CLEAN Program. In November Bham Now published a story in memory of the program’s namesake – here and just last week CRS released their 2016 CLEAN Program “year in review” infographic about the program.
For additional details about the tag and the work of CRS, visit the Cahaba River Society website.
Now – the answer to the third item on the specialty car tag…. see the discreet outline of a river otter on the far right bottom corner.