Whether you hit the marijuana yourself or not, Colorado’s marijuana-themed license plates were a hit.
The Colorado Disability Funding Committee conducted an auction of stoner plates to raise some money. The auction ended April 20, generating $45,410. Those dollars are going toward the funding of disability application assistance and new and innovative ideas for improving quality of life and independence for people with disabilities.
The auctioned plate that went for the most money was “ISIT420,” with the winning bid being $6,630. “TEGRIDY” went for $4,930 after 151 bids, “BONG” $3,890 and “GREEN” another $3,510.” You could have scored “STASH” for $1,860.
Previous auctions from the Colorado Disability Funding Committee had included the letter “X,” which sold for $20,000, “5280” for $6,800, and “MCLAREN,” for $6,000.
The Colorado Disability Funding Committee is already planning a second annual 4/20 auction in 2022, per a state spokesperson.
Article by Jake Shapiro of The Denver Post