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Brickyard’s Cam Doody On Seeding Success For Startups

Cam Doody in 2021.
Matt Hamilton / Chattanooga Times Free Press
Cam Doody in 2021.

Cam Doody is a co-founder of Bellhop, the moving company startup here in Chattanooga launched a decade ago as Bellhops.

Just last month, U.S. News & World Report named Bellhop one of the best moving companies in the country for 2022.

These days, Doody is one of the business partners at Brickyard, which provides early-stage capital for startup founders building companies with high-growth potential.

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