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The Dab Marino “Quarterback” oil rig with drum perc and flower bowl.

The Dab Marino "Quarterback" oil rig with drum perc and flower bowl.

New Florida license plate features Dolphins legend Dan Marino and benefits his autism foundation

He rewrote the NFL record books and carried the Miami Dolphins during 17 of the team’s most glorious years. Now NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Dan Marino is tossing his likeness onto Florida license plates.

Approved last month by a stroke of Gov. Ron DeSantis’s pen, the new specialty plate has Marino’s autograph overlaid on an image of the legendary quarterback dropping back for a throw in his now retired #13 jersey.

If you’re willing to toss $33 to show your love for Marino, $25 of it will go the Dan Marino Foundation to benefit the Marino Campus, which helps students with autism and other learning disabilities.

“I am excited about our license plate,” Marino said. “Help us to score a touchdown for our students and young adults.”

The Marino Center was started in 2014 to help high school graduates ages 18-30 with autism and other developmental disabilities to get jobs and acquire college-level skills. The center has a campus in Fort Lauderdale where students focus on skills such as information technology.

“The Academy Program supports skill-building in people with developmental disabilities by tapping into their interests, building social and professional networks, and exposure to what their local community offers,” Dan Marino told the South Florida Sun Sentinel. Marino started the foundation in 1992 after his second son, Michael, was diagnosed with autism.

All the proceeds from the Dan Marino Campus license plates go to benefit students with disabilities. ]]>