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Automobile License Plate Collectors Association

Automobile License Plate Collectors Association, Inc. (ALPCA)
TypeMembership driven
IndustryHistory, Research
FoundedDecember 22, 1954 (December 22, 1954) in Rumney Depot, New Hampshire, U.S., incorporated December 1957
FoundersDr. Cecil George, Asa P. Colby
Headquarters
United States of America
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Cyndi McCabe (President and Chairman of the Board)
ProductsMemberships, magazine, archives, conventions, annual Best Plate Award
Websitehttps://www.alpca.org

The Automobile License Plate Collectors Association (ALPCA) is the largest such organization in the world.[1] Founded in Rumney Depot, New Hampshire, United States, in 1954 and holding its first meeting/convention in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, in 1955 it serves as a way for license plate collectors to trade plates, distribute news, and provide historic information to members.[2]

  1. ^ ALPCA Online – Automobile License Plate Collectors Association
  2. ^ Carson, Roy A. (June 1979). "A Condensed History of ALPCA". ALPCA Newsletter. Westerville, OH: Automobile License Plate Collectors Association. p. 55.