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Lee County Tax Collector celebrates first-time drivers with giveaways

07-17-2019 05:37 PM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

Press release from: CONRIC PR & Marketing

The open road awaits. It’s more exhilarating than ever for first-time drivers to get their license thanks to the Lee County Tax Collector’s new #LCTCRockTheRoad campaign. The Tax Collector’s Office is holding an Instagram contest to help lucky winners get where they’re going on their dream road trip. It’s all part of a coordinated effort to celebrate the special moments that the Tax Collector makes possible.

“Just about every kid grows up dreaming of that day they can finally drive,” Lee County Tax Collector Larry Hart said. “We’re already part of that experience for people, so why not be part of the fun, too?”

The #LCTCRockTheRoad Instagram contest runs from July 15 to Oct. 15 and is open to new Lee County drivers who have gotten their license within the last three months or have had their learner permit for at least three months. Here’s how to enter:

1. Follow the Lee County Tax Collector on Instagram @leecountytaxcollector and,

2. Like any of the official Lee County Tax Collector #LCTCRockTheRoad contest posts and,

3. Tag two friends in the comments.

Entrants can also post a photo or image of their dream road trip using the hashtag #LCTCRocktheRoad for an extra chance to win. Winners will be selected at random. First-time drivers without Instagram accounts can enter at www.leetc.com/driver-license/rock-the-road and read a complete list of rules and restrictions.

“Your license means freedom and independence, and we’re here to help you get it,” Hart said. “Anything we can do to make our service more convenient and put a smile on your face, we’ll do.”

Visit leetc.com/driver-licenses/first-time-drivers to learn the steps to getting a license or learner permit.

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The Lee County Tax Collector (LCTC) exists to serve the citizens of Lee County. The office takes pride in organizational excellence and offering exemplary customer service and operates by the credo of “We’ve got your back.” The LCTC operates leetc.com, the official interactive website of the tax collector, which allows county residents to quickly and easily take care of motor vehicle and vessel registration, pay property taxes, make appointments for concealed weapon permits and more. The agency operates seven service centers throughout the county to provide efficient, convenient services. The LCTC works to provide innovative and quality service that supports the growth and sustainability of the community. For more information, visit leetc.com or follow Lee County Tax Collector on social media.

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