Livability: Williamson County, Tennessee 2017-18 Now Available

Williamson, Inc. Releases New Tools to Promote Community Williamson County, Tennessee – Williamson, Inc. recently unveiled Livability: Williamson County, Tennessee, the latest edition of a web and magazine marketing program designed to promote the area and draw new business, visitors, talent and investment. Stories promoted online at www.livability.com/williamson-county highlight the community’s excellent quality of life,…

Dress for Success

S.A.F.E. gift  card drive benefitting the Department of Children Services in Williamson County   Help the S.A.F.E. reach their goal of $4,500 to give each Williamson County foster teen (in the care of the Department of Children Services) a $100 Visa/MasterCard Gift card to “Dress for Success” this school year. They are asking for your…

Leadership Brentwood announces class of 2018

Williamson County legislators Sen. Jack Johnson, Rep. Sam Whitson, and Rep. Charles Sargeant speak to the Leadership Brentwood Class of 2017 during Government Day.   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 11, 2017 LEADERSHIP BRENTWOOD ANNOUNCES CLASS OF 2018 BRENTWOOD, Tenn.—Leadership Brentwood, a leadership development program of the Williamson County Chamber Foundation, today announced the Class of…

Leadership Brentwood Announces Class of 2018

  Leadership Brentwood, a program of the Williamson County Chamber Foundation, is pleased to announce the Class of 2018.Twenty class members were selected based on their demonstrated leadership abilities and commitment to Brentwood and the surrounding community. The Class of 2018 members are: Glenn Allison, Vice President Information Technology, Tractor Supply Company Amanda Blanck, Managing…

Application deadline for Young Leaders Council’s 2017 Williamson County class is September 1

  Young Leaders Council (YLC), a Nashville-based nonprofit organization that has trained more than 2,500 men and women to effectively participate on the boards of nonprofit agencies for the past 32 years, is now accepting applications for its 2017 Williamson County class. Partnering with Williamson, Inc. for the fifth year in a row, YLC will…

Franklin’s state of the city showcases year in success

May 17, 2017 The Tennessean Emily West Franklin Mayor Ken Moore sat on stage Wednesday morning with a cane and a top hat. “What’s inside?” City Administrator Eric Stuckey said, motioning toward the hat. “It’s Mack, Mack Hatcher,” Moore said with a smile after he removed a stuffed bunny from inside. The announcement of the northwest extension…