DreDay started his radio career taking over the airwaves as a morning show host at his college radio station at Bethune-Cookman University where the city quickly fell in love with his engaging and charismatic personality. After graduating college, DreDay established himself as a DreDay started his radio career taking over the airwaves as a morning show host at his college radio station at Bethune-Cookman University where the city quickly fell in love with his engaging and charismatic personality. After graduating college, DreDay established himself as a dominant radio personality and DJ in his hometown of Orlando on Power 95.3 and STAR 94.5. You could always find DreDay out in the city rocking Orlando’s hottest nightclubs or bringing the party to school pep rallies within central Florida. With a new home at 105.1 The Block, DreDay is excited to bring his high energy and electric personality to Tuscaloosa. You’ll be sure to see him out around west Alabama smiling and having a good time behind the turntables or in the crowd!
Northport, Alabama Fast Food Worker Runs Entire Restaurant Alone
It's safe to say fast-food workers in West Alabama don't get enough credit. This Northport employee deserves a raise plus more!
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