“I worked with Brad Durham for at least 15 years as a head coach. I always found that Brad would do exactly what he said, and when he made a mistake, he would clean it up. I have always appreciated that, and have found him to be a good partner for our school and our football program in Tullahoma.” — John Olive, state championship football coach and Athletic Director at Tullahoma High School

John Olive 2021 Tullahoma State Championship game.

“Working with Brad Durham for over 20 years has been a pleasure. He is very detailed and professional in his work.” — Rick Rice, state championship head football coach

Rick Rick, former head coach at Wayne County.

“Brad Durham is the guy behind our fundraising for the last 20+ years.” – David Marston, Lawrence County head football coach.

David Marston, Lawrence County High School head coach.

“Brad Durham has worked with me to do what is best for our program. We know that we can count on him.” — John Webb Rockwood head football coach.

John Webb, Rockwood High School head coach.

“The efficiency of the digital card was worth a $1,000. The kids did not have to handle cash. I did not have to handle cash. We didn’t have cards laying around the house or fieldhouse anymore. The impact of social media made a huge difference. I will never do the hard card again.” — Paul Shelton, South Doyle head football coach

Paul Shelton, South Doyle High School head coach.

“We did not have to deal with the everyday paperwork and chasing the money from the kids. That was the easiest thing for us. We have all the information on the MoneyDolly app and we can track it. Our kids seem to like it better. It saved tons of time, lots of hours for us.” – Scott Shaver, West High School assistant coach.

Scott Shaver, assistant coach West High School football.

“I always say these are the peaches that you have to lean over the sink to eat them.” — Doug Greene, Coffee County head football coach

Doug Greene, Coffee County head football coach.
Georgia Peaches being distributed at Tennessee High July 2022.

“The peaches were smaller than last year and more ripe (dark color) overall upon arrival, but still juicy and taste good.” — 2022 satisfied parent

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