BOSTON (CBS) — Massachusetts drivers will soon see a new state license plate on the roads.

The new novelty plate, which represents the four Cape Ann towns of Gloucester, Rockport, Essex, and Manchester-by-the-Sea, will be hitting the road by the end of 2016.

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A $40 fee for the plate will go to a non-profit foundation set up by the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce, which will support regional promotion, economic development and education in the four towns.

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The plate represents Gloucester with an image of the town’s Fisherman’s Memorial, Essex with a schooner, Rockport with the Motif Number 1 building, and Manchester-by-the-Sea with the rotunda at Tucks Point.

The Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce recently announced they had come up with the 750 applications required to have the commemorative plate issued by the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles.

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Anyone wishing to get the new plate can sign up online on the Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce website.