At 6’5”, Chad Tabor, (our Texas Regional Sales Manager) is a load on the basketball court.
I say this because I never hit my first free throw and always seem to end up on the “other” team when the Draper sales team hits the YMCA for our 6:00 am pick-up games. It delights Chad to no end when he sends my beautifully executed, double head fake, one handed reverse lay-up into the stands.
Aside from this one small character flaw Chad is an outstanding employee, great father, and a person that enjoys giving back to his community. Please read on below about his latest accomplishment.
Chad – Congrats to you and to the girls on a great season! But the gift of revenge is mine–thanks to the girls’ efforts. I always knew you wanted to look like me! – Lee
Goodwin Brother’s Optimist Basketball Team 4-6th Grade Girls
I have been volunteering my time coaching my daughter’s Optimist Basketball team for three years now. It’s been a roller coaster ride as the first year we went 0-15, second year we were 10-6, and then this year was quite an amazing turn around. I knew going into this season that we definitely would be the favorite to win both the league and the tourney championship. So, I made an offer to the girls the first practice of the year that they couldn’t turn down. I told them that if they went the entire season without losing a game, I would let them shave my head!
I knew we had a great team but the odds of going undefeated were not in our favor, right? I mean that just doesn’t happen that often in any sport, at any age…right? Well, it happened. Our girls finished off an undefeated season at 16-0 and this week I stayed true to my word and they all took turns shaving my head!!! Great season, great story, great Scott…I have no hair.