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Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).

Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new "Stan & Haney Blvd" street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).

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  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).
  • Chris Bradshaw/Special to the Daily News
Local radio fans gathered at the US 41 entrance to Beasley Broadcast Group's Estero offices on Saturday for the unveiling of the brand new 'Stan & Haney Blvd' street sign, honoring longtime radio personalities Stan Nawalaniec and Mark Haney. The Stan & Haney Show airs on 96 K-Rock weekday afternoons. Festivities for the official unveiling included alligator petting, live music, multiple firings of a 12 lb. Mountain Howitzer cannon and a 1/8K Walk (about 410 feet).

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