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Tennessee Volunteers football dedicate home with Habitat for Humanity

New Knoxville Habitat for Humanity homeowner Whitnee Holloway with her daughter Jaidyn (center) are joined by University of Tennessee Football family members (from L): Barb Jones (wife of Butch Jones, head football coach), Laura Hoke (wife of Brady Hoke, associate head coach/defensive line coach), redshirt Sophomore Long Snapper Riley Lovingood, Tari Morales (fiancée of Mike Canales, quarterbacks coach), Quarterback Quinten Dormady and Gayle Stripling (wife of Steve Stripling, director of football program development/chief of staff) at the dedication of Whitnee’s home on Thursday, August 3, 2017 in Knoxville. (Photo credit: Kara Hudgens Photography)

KNOXVILLE — The University of Tennessee football team builds a home every summer with Knoxville Habitat and the Haslam Family Foundation. Additional staff, the wives of the football coaching staff and other students with Tennessee Athletics joined in helping Team 121 build a home with Whitnee Holloway.

Holloway was presented with the keys to her home by Quarterback Quinten Dormady. In order to reach this occasion, Holloway invested 500 hours of “sweat equity” through taking budgeting classes and other courses that will prepare her for homeownership as well as volunteer work. She is purchasing her home at cost with an affordable 30-year, no-interest mortgage. For more information, visit

Published August 10, 2017

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