High School Janitor Sells Car to Buy Football Team Helmets
You might not have ever heard of the Jordan High Beetdiggers, but they mean the world to assistant custodian Brad Keene. Ever since he began working at the Utah school in 2003, the former college football player has attended every game, both home and away, and has been one of the team's most ardent supporters. So he didn't consider it a sacrifice in the least when he sold his car and tapped his savings to buy the team desperately needed football helmets. "I wanted to give something back," he said humbly.