Posted On November 11, 2008 at at 2:39 PM by Discover with Dagwood
The phrase Don’t Mess with Texas is a trademark of the Texas Department of Transportation, and is part of a statewide advertising campaign, started in 1986, to reduce littering on Texas roadways.
The phrase was prominently shown on road signs on major highways, as well as in television, radio and print advertisements. The campaign is credited with reducing litter on Texas highways 72% between 1986 and 1990.
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