Terry Saban, Gene Stallings, Jay Barker & Travelers Insurance raise $5,000 for Nick’s Kids

Jay Barker, Terry Saban and Travelers' Mike McCullough
Jay Barker, Terry Saban and Travelers' Mike McCullough

Here is a release from Travelers about its charity event:

Travelers Insurance and Coach Gene Stallings, Jay Barker and Terry Saban raised $5,000 on Saturday at the Alabama vs. Tennesse game as part of the Travelers “Chipping Challenge.” Travelers will donate the total raised, $5,000, to the Nick’s Kids Fund, Coach Saban’s charity.

Terry Saban (Nick's Kids Co-Founder) with Mike McCullough (Travelers Director of Marketing). The Chipping Challenge event raised $5,000 for Nick's Kids.
Terry Saban (Nick's Kids Co-Founder) with Mike McCullough (Travelers Director of Marketing)

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  1. 1
    ITK

    No offense, but Terry Saban probably had that much in her coat pocket. Jay didn’t; as rich as he is, he’s still a dad of seven kids. No dads with that many kids have any money on them.

      • 3
        ITK

        There’s no doubt in my mind. It’s just a scrawny amount to have a big check on hand for. The Sabans are a very giving couple, which is probably why they’ve been blessed with so much.

        “To whom much is given, much is required.” Luke 12:48

        • 4
          pete4tide

          Agree, ITK – I, too, thought the amount a little paltry for a big TN weekend in T-town. Must not have been as many taking part, or they just weren’t charging quite enough for the challenge.

  2. 6
    Swamp Angel

    Glad to see the Saban’s continuing their work for youngsters. We loved him for a time in Tiger Town and he was worthy and deserving of it. He seems devoid of compassion, but speak to him briefly as a fellow human without bowing and scraping the ground before him and you’ll find him to be a genuinely good man.

    Y’all have a fine coach there at Alabama. He resurrected my Tigers and he’s made ‘Bama synonymous with great football again. Could it ever be any different in the SEC?

    Again, I’m glad to see the Saban’s continuing this fine work.

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