Donna Hicks, top left, gives a high-five to her grandson Travis Lyall, 8, bottom left, while her granddaughter Katlynn Lyall, 10, center, and son Michael Lyall, top right, laugh because Travis made her other son Robert Lyall, bottom right, draw 10 cards during a card game of UNO as they wait for customers on Tuesday at the Universal Fireworks stand on Tamiami Trail East in Naples. The business, which sits about a about a mile south of Airport-Pulling Road, had to replace thousands of dollars worth of fireworks after a storm hit Naples a week ago, tearing down the tent and damaging merchandise. This is the third year in a row that the Fort Myers  family has run the stand together in East Naples. It is open 24-hours a day until midnight on the Fourth of July.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Staff

Donna Hicks, top left, gives a high-five to her grandson Travis Lyall, 8, bottom left, while her granddaughter Katlynn Lyall, 10, center, and son Michael Lyall, top right, laugh because Travis made her other son Robert Lyall, bottom right, draw 10 cards during a card game of UNO as they wait for customers on Tuesday at the Universal Fireworks stand on Tamiami Trail East in Naples. The business, which sits about a about a mile south of Airport-Pulling Road, had to replace thousands of dollars worth of fireworks after a storm hit Naples a week ago, tearing down the tent and damaging merchandise. This is the third year in a row that the Fort Myers family has run the stand together in East Naples. It is open 24-hours a day until midnight on the Fourth of July.

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