The sometimes wild, but always inspiring, adventures of one woman’s journey in starting her own bus company.

About the author

juneJune Bratcher’s accomplishments are as varied as her talents. As an Air Force wife and RN, she was the first woman to solo at the Randolph A.F.B. Aeroclub. She later served as president of the Bexar County Medical Alliance and excelled at organizing the medical community for political action and influencing legislation. In appreciation, the Texas Medical Association established an award for excellence in medical legislation. The “June Bratcher Award” is now given out semi-annually. June was the first recipient of the Belle Chennault Award in 1987, given by the American Medical Association for extraordinary service to medicine. In 1980, June founded Daisy Carters & Shuttles and has since grown it into a $5,000,000 enterprise and three-time recipient of the Military Traffic Management Award, given by the D.O.D. for superior service to the military. She was one of seven Entrepreneurial Stars at the Diversity and Leadership Conference in Washington in 1986, and she was the 2006 NAWBO Woman Business Owner of the year. In 2008, Enterprising Women Magazine named June among the Top 100 Enterprising Women in America.

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Praise for You’re Driving Me Crazy!

“June Bratcher has written a most interesting book. She has literally lived the motor coach business as a bus company owner and entrepreneur. She enjoys an enviable reputation in San Antonio and the tour and travel world.”

— Docia Williams, noted author of seven true and documented Texas-based ghost story books including the famous Spirits of San Antonio and South Texas and When Darkness Falls.


“June Bratcher has set a wonderful example of an entrepreneur woman, but at the same time, has shown caring for her community in giving back in services and assistance.  She has earned respect and admiration from all who have had the opportunity to work with her and know her as a friend.”

— Lila Cockrell, Mayor Emeritus of San Antonio