Hampton Inn and Suites Cool Springs Celebrates Recent Renovations

Hampton Inn and Suites showcased its new lobby and room renovations on Thursday in Cool Springs with a celebratory ribbon cutting in partnership with Williamson, Inc. Located within walking distance of CoolSprings Galleria, the newly renovated hotel with 127 rooms came to Franklin in 1996. Nancy Conway, Williamson, Inc.’s senior vice president of community relations,…

Bone and Joint Institute’s Grand Opening Pays Homage to Legacy of Dr. Craig Ferrell

Inside the atrium of the newly opened Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee stands the locker that belonged to the doctor who founded the practice in 1979. It came over from the nearby Williamson Medical Center, where it had remained untouched since the day Dr. Craig Ferrell died seven years ago from injuries he had…

Why Nolensville? Several Business Owners Talk about Decision to Locate out East

Williamson, Inc. will be hosting their quarterly Nolensville Business Luncheon this week at Mint Springs Farm. This luncheon will feature local business owners and diving in to why they chose to open their business in Nolensville. The panel will include Lynn Whisenant with Mint Springs Farm; Amy Tanksley with Uncle Class Barbershop; and Chris Going…

Transportation Summit will feature Colorado Mayor’s Transit Success Story

Williamson, Inc. is featuring a Transportation Summit at its Business Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Thursday, June 6, 2019, at the Franklin Marriott Cool Springs. The program will feature information about the South Corridor Study. The study will result in a plan that will identify and recommend a locally preferred alternative for transit service,…

The Heritage at Brentwood Ribbon Cutting Highlights Expansion Project

The Heritage at Brentwood hosted a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, highlighting 97 additional apartments, called Redbud, that have been added to its community. Williamson, Inc. staff and chamber ambassadors and local Brentwood city commissioners welcomed the senior living community at the end of Heritage Way. The Heritage at Brentwood has been a project that has…

Ribbon Cutting Signals New Chapter for McPhail Building, this time as Office for Downtown Franklin Association

Franklin Mayor Ken Moore believes the historic McPhail building on Main Street couldn’t be more ideal as the office and welcome center for the Downtown Franklin Association. And to help make it official, a ribbon cutting was held Tuesday morning to ceremoniously welcome Jill Burgin as the executive director of the Downtown Franklin Association and…

Ruby Sunshine Instagram Contest – Win for your Mom

Ruby Sunshine: We’ll be celebrating Mother’s Day the entire week of May 6th:   ALL WEEK: Guests can win a well-deserving Mom in their life a private biscuit making class for herself and 4 friends by entering our Instagram contest.  ON MOTHERS DAY: Guests who order any Mimosa will get a free mom-themed button.   Details of the Instagram contest:   Take a selfie at Ruby…

Departing Food Bank CEO Encourages Businesses Owners to Support Nonprofits to Show Social Responsibility

After more than 30 years on the job, Second Harvest CEO Jaynee Day plans to retire from the food bank this summer. Before that she’s hoping to raise $5 million to support updates and expansion to the organization’s infrastructure. At a Williamson Inc. event on Friday morning, Day encouraged business owners to support local nonprofits…

First Tennessee Bank Celebrates Grand Reopening of Downtown Franklin Location

First Tennessee Bank on Public Square in downtown Franklin is not new to the banking scene, but a ribbon cutting on Friday showcased its new space. Located behind Ruby Sunshine, First Tennessee Bank staff and Williamson, Inc. chamber ambassadors celebrated the grand reopening of the bank’s new space. With 49 middle Tennessee branch locations, Carol…