United Way of 55 Thanks to all that helped with Stuff the Bus

On July 14th, United Way of Highway 55 invited the community out to “Stuff the Bus” full of school supplies at Buffalo Wild Wings.  Many businesses, churches, organizations, and individuals attended the event and dropped off a selection of supplies for Tullahoma City Schools.

Businesses that participated in “Stuff the Bus” for TCS:

Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce


Vanderbilt Tullahoma-Harton Hospital

-Southern Middle Realty-Isabel Newton

-Coffee County Bank

Buffalo Wild Wings Tullahoma TN


Coffee County Realty and Auction

Tullahoma Fire Department

-Coffee County Health Department Tullahoma Clinic

-Bowman On-Target Media: 93.9 The Duck, 101.5 Rooster, and Whiskey Country 105.1

-First Christian Church-Tullahoma

-TUA Lighttube

Dot Foods, Inc.

-Good Samaritan-Tullahoma

South Jackson Performing Arts Center

City of Tullahoma, TN – Government

-Minuteman Press Tullahoma- Thank you Derek Mann, Alderman

-U.S. Display Group

-Parkview Senior Living

U.S. Bank

The Experience Community Church

-BenchMark Physical Therapy

Imagination Library of Coffee County, Tennessee

-Edward Jones Financial Advisor-Kristin Breyette

-National Aerospace Solutions

-Newell Brands

-Kings Cross Church

-Cedar Lane Church of Christ

Partners for Healing

Thank you to individuals that came out to donate supplies including Emily Raths, Beverly Raths, Nancy FullerElizabeth Boals BanksRyan Tenison, and many more. Thank you to Master of Ceremonies for providing a bounce house for kiddos to have fun! Thank you to Dee Moon with Moon’s Balloons for creating a beautiful balloon display for the bus last minute! Thank you to the radio stations, 93.9 The Duck, Rooster 101.5, and Whiskey Country Radio for advertising the event. HUGE thanks to Buffalo Wild Wings for allowing us to have the event on their turf 2 years in a row. Thank you to all the volunteers that helped that day or organized the supplies-including Pamela BarnesAshley FranklinAlicia A. NewsonSheree Cox, Fenella Fraley, Pam Bussell, Amber Parker DaCosta and girls, Amanda Eddleman, Catie Curlee, Rachel Cunningham, Christine Jones, Emilie Martin, First Assembly of God, First Christian Church – Tullahoma, the bus driver (Principal of JT Farrar) Mr. Travis Moore.

When we say it takes a village-that’s the truth! Many businesses, churches, organizations, and individuals came together to support this campaign. The goal is to help fill the needs of teachers and students so they can begin the school year confident and prepared. Our community knows how to “Live United” and we thank everyone that contributed!

Volunteers will be delivering school supplies to Robert E. Lee, JT Farrar, East Lincoln, Bel Aire, West Middle, East Middle, THS, and Tullahoma Virtual Academy before school begins. Thank you to Dr. Catherine Henry Stephens, Director of TCS Schools, for organizing the deliveries, bus, and creating a video with “Happy Social Social” to help spread the word. Abraham states, “Dr. Stephens is always a joy to work with. She has a huge passion for our community and schools and has a way of connecting with every individual she encounters. It is truly a gift.” Thank you to Meg Glenn with Happy Go Social for creating a fun marketing video to help spread the word of ‘Stuff the Bus’!

“Every time we have a give-back campaign or fundraising event, the best part is watching people come together for that greater purpose. YOU made this happen and we appreciate of your support”, Abraham says.

Lucky Knott

Lucky Knott

One of Southern Tennessee's most experienced and recognized news broadcasters and play-by-play sportscasters. News and Sports Director for Rooster 101.5 FM, 93.9 The Duck and Whiskey Country 105.1, and 95.9. He is currently the play-by-play voice of the Coffee County Red Raiders (31 years) on The Rooster 101.5 and can be heard M-F broadcasting our local news. Lucky has done play-by-play for 3,947 (and counting) sports events on Radio & TV. He also served four years as the Public Information Officer for the Coffee Co. Sheriff's Dept. and taught Radio/TV for six years at Grundy County High School.

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