Williamson, Inc. to launch Mobility Week, Sept 12-16, to tackle traffic congestion in Williamson County

  WILLIAMSON, INC. TO LAUNCH MOBILITY WEEK SEPT. 12-16 TO REDUCE TRAFFIC CONGESTION IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY Community-wide Mobility Week brings together businesses, schools, commuters and government to tackle county’s biggest problem   FRANKLIN, Tenn.—Williamson, Inc., the chamber of commerce and economic development office, is leading the charge in Williamson County with a new campaign to…

Sept. 12 FrankTalks lecture to kick off Mobility Week with focus on importance of school bus ridership

  Franklin Tomorrow’s monthly FrankTalks lecture on Monday, Sept. 12, will focus on the importance of school bus ridership and trends in student transportation as the kickoff event of Williamson Inc.’s Williamson County Mobility Week. FrankTalks is a monthly series, presented by Vanderbilt University’s Office of Community, Neighborhood and Government Relations. Nissan is the presenting…

Chamber’s Mobility Week to address congestion with creative events

August 30, 2016 Brentwood Home Page by Samantha Hearn In just a few weeks the Williamson County Chamber will host a Mobility Week, where it will ask businesses in the area to participate in getting as many cars as possible off the roads during peak hours. From Sept. 12 to 16, the Chamber is partnering…

Mars Petcare helps Nashville-area families grow with free-free adoptions

If you’re considering adding a pet to your family, you’ll want to hightail it to one of three area shelters on August 26 and 27 for a Mars Petcare sponsored adoption event. The Franklin‐based company is covering fees for all pets adopted at Metro Animal Care and Control, Nashville Humane Association and Williamson County Animal Center on Friday, August…

30th anniversary edition of ‘Livability: Williamson County, TN’ magazine is now available!

  Williamson, Inc. Releases 30th Anniversary Edition of Livability: Williamson County, TN Magazine promotes county to newcomers, visitors and businesses   Williamson, Inc., the chamber of commerce and office of economic development for Williamson County, recently unveiled Livability: Williamson County, TN 2016­17, the 30th anniversary edition of its print and digital magazine that promotes the…

New regional transit plan pitches bus-rapid transit for Williamson

August 17, 2016 Franklin Home Page by Emily West   Williamson County and Franklin have scarce references in a newly released transit study for the Nashville region, but Franklin’s mayor has a positive outlook on the plan. The Nashville Metro Transit Authority and Regional Transit Authority worked closely with local municipalities and the Tennessee Department of…

City of Franklin uses “Ghostbusters” theme to fight grease!

City of Franklin uses “Ghostbusters” theme to fight Grease! The “GreaseBusters” Educational Campaign aims to Fight Blockages and Reduce Overflows. Franklin—The City of Franklin Water Management Department is using a little humor to bring awareness to a serious topic, blockages in the sewer pipes that can cause overflows.  With the release of the remake, and…

Tennessee’s Economic Development Commissioner Randy Boyd to speak July 26 at Breakfast With Mayors

Tennessee’s Economic Development Commissioner Randy Boyd to speak July 26 at Breakfast With Mayors Franklin Tomorrow is proud to welcome Tennessee Economic & Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd as our speaker at the July 26th Breakfast With the Mayors, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners. Commissioner Boyd will focus his remarks on the importance of education…

Battle of Franklin Trust to host sixth annual Bootlegger’s Bash

Battle of Franklin Trust to Host Sixth Annual Bootlegger’s Bash Prohibition-era event features local whiskey, Southern fare and live entertainment FRANKLIN, Tenn. – The Battle of Franklin Trust will host the sixth annual Bootlegger’s Bash on Saturday, Aug. 13 at 7 p.m. at Carnton Plantation. Guests will celebrate Williamson County’s unique history of bootlegging with…