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Breakfast with the Mayors

Focus on Williamson County’s entertainment scene draws a crowd

Franklin Tomorrow’s quarterly Breakfast With the Mayors, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, drew a crowd on Tuesday, April 25, to hear from some of the county’s experts on the development of the area as a entertainment center.

The panel discusses entertainment in Williamson County during the April 25, 2017, Breakfast With the Mayors.

Panelists Brandt Wood, co-founder of the Pilgrimage Music Festival; Ellie Westman Chin, president & CEO of the Williamson County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau; and Mary Pearce, executive director of the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, talked about the evolution, the impact and the variety of the entertainment scene in Williamson County.

According to a story by Carole Robinson in the Williamson Herald, with only days left until she officially retires from the Heritage Foundation, Pearce took the opportunity to remind or inform those present about the impact historic preservation projects have had on what Franklin is today and the growth of entertainment opportunities.So many newcomers think Franklin has always looked the way it looks now, Pearce said.

“The journey actually started 50-years ago when the Heritage Foundation started with historic preservation,” she said as pictures of Franklin in the 1970s and Franklin today flashed on the big screen.

For Chin, the goal is to bring visitors into the county and have them spend their disposable income and then return to their homes.

“What we try to do is bring ‘em in, have they stay a while and send them home,” Chin said.

For Wood, as Pilgrimage Music Festival heads for its third year and first potential sell-out, he was thankful for the support of leaders as well as the community in general.

“I want to take this opportunity to say thank you for supporting the idea in year zero,” said Wood. “It’s more than a festival; it’s intended to create an experience.”

Entertainment in Williamson County is more than music and festivals, said County Mayor Rogers Anderson. The Franklin Rodeo May 18-20, the Williamson County Fair, Aug. 4-12, and a variety of amateur sporting events are just a few examples of the variety of entertainment possibilities.

To watch the entire meeting, click on the link below.



The 2017 Breakfast with The Mayors Series continues on April 25th at Rolling Hills Community Church.Starting at 7 a.m. with breakfast from Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant and MJ Roasting of Nolensville, Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson will focus on the topic, “Can’t Stop the Feeling: Williamson County’s Entertainment Scene.”Forming the panel will be Brandt Wood, co-founder of the Pilgrimage Music Festival; Ellie Westman Chin, president & CEO of the Williamson County Convention & Visitors Bureau; and Mary Pearce, executive director of the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County.To RSVP, follow this link.Coffee will be served by MJ Roasting of Nolensville at 7 a.m., when the networking portion of this event will begin. Additionally, we will have breakfast catered by Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant. The program will start at 7:45 a.m.Thanks to our generous partners, Breakfast with the Mayors is free to attend. Our 2017 supporters include Pinnacle Financial Partners, Williamson County Association of Realtors, Williamson Medical Center, Tennessee Equine Hospital, Rolling Hills Community Church, Patterson, Hardee, & Ballentine, Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant, and MJ Roasting. We would also like to thank our April Sponsor, Andrews Transportation Group, for their support as well.


Franklin Tomorrow’s 2017 Breakfast with The Mayors series, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, will kick off with a Williamson County Mayoral Summit on Jan. 31 at Rolling Hills Community Church, 1810 Columbia Ave.Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson will be joined by the mayors of Williamson County’s five other cities. Regina Smithson (Brentwood Mayor), Patti Carroll (Fairview Mayor), Jimmy Alexander (Nolensville Mayor), Rick Graham (Spring Hill Mayor), and Corey Napier (Thompson’s Station Mayor) have all agreed to participate.

Six of the seven mayors in Williamson County met for breakfast and a chat with the public during Franklin Tomorrow’s first 2016 Breakfast with the Mayors. Pictured are Franklin Mayor Ken Moore, Brentwood Mayor Regina Smithson, Fairview Mayor Patti Carroll, Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander, Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham and County Mayor Rogers Anderson. Thompson’s Station Mayor Corey Napier was unable to attend due to an unexpected emergency, but is expected at this year’s Mayoral Summit, set for Jan. 31, 2017.

Coffee will be served at 7 a.m., when the networking portion of this event will begin. Additionally, we will have breakfast catered by Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant. The program will start at 7:45 am.

Thanks to our generous partners, Breakfast with the Mayors is free to attend. Our 2017 supporters include Pinnacle Financial Partners, Williamson County Association of Realtors, Williamson Medical CenterTennessee Equine Hospital, Patterson, Hardee, & Ballentine, and Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant. Partnering with Franklin Tomorrow for the January event are Andrews Transportation Group, Greater Nashville Realtors, and Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp.


Final event in 2016 series Oct. 25 with Louis Upkins Jr.Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson will host 2016’s last Franklin Tomorrow Breakfast With the Mayors, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, with guest speaker, Louis Upkins Jr.

Louis Upkins Jr.

Louis Upkins Jr.

Entrepreneur, leadership consultant, author and speaker. Upkins works to move people from idea creation to innovation and manifestation ‒ living intentionally in a nutshell. His life’s mission is to help all people find the purpose that is so instrumental in making individuals and companies successful, and then put that purpose into a tangible plan of action. He’s committed to this mission because he knows the joy and harmony that purposeful living can bring – in business, personal life, education and sports.

He’s confident intentional life planning has the potential to create not just any smile, but a confident one: a smile that speaks of a life lived completely. Upkins is a leader to leaders, and author of “Treat Me Like A Customer,” which will be the theme of his Oct. 25 appearance.

To RSVP for the free event, follow this link.

Breakfast will begin at 7 a.m., with the program start at 7:45 a.m.  There is no cost to attend Breakfast With the Mayors, thanks to our generous partners, which include Williamson Medical Center; Williamson County Association of REALTORS: Tennessee Equine Hospital; Patterson Hardee & Ballentine, CPAs; Andrews Cadillac; Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant; Royal Cup Coffee; and the Williamson Herald.

Louis Upkins, Jr.

Entrepreneur, leadership consultant, author and speaker. Upkins works to move people from idea creation to innovation and manifestation ‒ living intentionally in a nutshell. His life’s mission is to help all people find the purpose that is so instrumental in making individuals and companies successful, and then put that purpose into a tangible plan of action. He’s committed to this mission because he knows the joy and harmony that purposeful living can bring – in business, personal life, education and sports.

He’s confident intentional life planning has the potential to create not just any smile, but a confident one: a smile that speaks of a life lived completely.

Upkins is a leader to leaders, and author of Treat Me Like A Customer, Upkins is an entrepreneur having spent most of his career in branding and marketing. Committed to bringing ideas to life, Upkins has worked with some of the largest names in a variety of industries, across the board, from professional sports and entertainment outlets and personalities to Fortune 500 companies and celebrities. To name a few: Oprah, Starbucks, Product (RED), The Olympic Games, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, The Kings of Comedy Tour (Steve Harvey, Cedric the Entertainer and Bernie Mac), Luther Vandross, UPS, Cracker Barrel, Joel Osteen, T.D. Jakes, O’Charley’s, Burger King, McDonalds, Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, Fleetguard.

His products have been featured in many prominent, influential national publications such as Time, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and People.

Today he is a strategic advisor to many and utilizes his gifts through coaching companies, executives and their families to live completely.

Upkins is the founder of Leadership Sports, which marries the worlds of the professional athletes to the corporate space, is on the NASBA, Friends of Warner Parks Board, Best Buddies and YMCA Executive Board, Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation and has served on the advisory boards of the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital, 100 Black Men of Middle Tennessee, Leadership Middle Tennessee, New Hope Academy and the Nashville Chamber Public Benefit Foundation.

In May 2007, Upkins served as Co-Chairman of the highly successful Luis Palau Nashville Cityfest, which was attended by over 100,000 people at Nashville’s riverfront.


Economic Development Commissioner talks of high times in Tennessee at July 26 event

Franklin Tomorrow was proud to host Tennessee Economic & Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd as the speaker at the July 26 Breakfast With the Mayors, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, at Rolling Hills Community Church.

Boyd was welcomed by Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson and Franklin Vice Mayor Brandy Blanton, filling in for vacationing Mayor Ken Moore.

The final Breakfast With the Mayors of 2016 will be Tuesday, Oct. 25.

Click below for media reports of Boyd’s remarks.

Franklin Home Page:Economic commissioner optimistic about Tennessee’s future

Williamson Herald:Economic commissioner says the best time in Tennessee history is now

Commissioner Randy Boyd on stage at Franklin Tomorrow's Breakfast With the Mayors on July 26, 2016.

Commissioner Randy Boyd on stage at Franklin Tomorrow’s Breakfast With the Mayors on July 26, 2016.

 

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

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.

Randy Boyd

Randy Boyd

Commissioner Boyd will focus his remarks on the importance of education in workforce development in maintaining Tennessee’s competitiveness to attract and retain business.
The date is Tuesday, July 26, and our speaker will be Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd.
Breakfast will begin at 7 a.m., with the program start at 7:45 a.m.
There is no cost to attend Breakfast With the Mayors, thanks to our generous partners, which include Williamson Medical Center; Williamson County Association of REALTORS: Tennessee Equine Hospital; Patterson Hardee & Ballentine, CPAs; Andrews Cadillac; Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant; Royal Cup Coffee; and the Williamson Herald.

To RSVP, follow this link.

A successful businessman from Knoxville before joining Gov. Bill Haslam’s cabinet in 2015, Commissioner Boyd serves as chairman of tnAchieves, a mentor-assisted scholarship program that has sent over 10,000 first-generation community college students across the state of Tennessee all through private donations and in 2015 provided operational support for students participating in the Tennessee Promise in 85 counties.
In 2013, Boyd took a year leave of absence from his company to serve Gov. Haslam in a volunteer role as his special advisor on higher education, assisting in the development of the Drive to 55 initiatives and the Tennessee Promise. The Tennessee Promise will provide free tuition and fees to community college to approximately 15,000 Tennesseans per year, all matched with a trained, volunteer mentor.
In addition to serving as Commissioner of ECD, he is also chairman of the Governor’s Workforce Sub-Cabinet,  co-chairman of the Rural Taskforce and Chairman of Launch Tennessee that supports entrepreneurship across the state, and chairman of the Aviation Task Force, which is tasked with maintaining our nation-leading airport infrastructure.
The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development is responsible for recruiting business and industry to the state as well as Tennessee’s overall economic growth. Prior to joining TNECD, Boyd founded Radio Systems Corporation from which he is currently taking a leave of absence. Radio Systems is headquartered in Knoxville and has over 700 associates worldwide with offices in seven countries. The company produces over 4,600 pet products under brand names such as Invisible Fence, PetSafe, and SportDOG. It is a privately held corporation with sales over $370 million.
He is also owner of  Boyd Sports LLC, owner of the Tennessee Smokies Baseball team, the AA affiliate of the Chicago Cubs and the Johnson City Cardinals, a rookie league affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. He is also on the Board of many non-profit organizations.
He received a degree from The University of Tennessee in Industrial Management in 1979 at age 19  and a Master’s in Liberal Studies with a concentration in foreign policy from Oklahoma University in 1988. He has two sons, Harrison and Thomas, two dogs, Spanky and Oscar, and one wife, Jenny, who he has been married to for 31 years.

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Health of our community focus of April 26 Breakfast With the Mayors

We’ll take the temperature of our community on Tuesday, April 26, at the next Franklin Tomorrow Breakfast With the Mayors, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners.

Breakfast service from Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant and Royal Cup Coffee will begin at 7 a.m. with the program start set for 7:45 a.m.

To RSVP for the event, follow this link.

Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson will be joined by Rick Johnson, CEO of the Governor’s Foundation for a Healthier Tennessee, and Leslie Meehan, Assistant Director of Primary Prevention at Tennessee Department of Health.

Their topic will be “It Takes a Community,” focusing on how communities can work together to improve the health of their citizens through initiatives as well as through the built environment.

Johnson will discuss his work with Healthier Tennessee, an initiative to improve the state’s health and in which Franklin Tomorrow has participated as a pilot community through its Get Fit Franklin Initiative.

Rick Johnson is the President and Chief Executive Officer of The Governor’s Foundation for Health and Wellness, a non-profit corporation that is leading and directing a statewide initiative to improve health outcomes in Tennessee.

He was previously Special Assistant to Governor Bill Haslam and prior to that was Executive Vice President of Provision Healthcare. Before joining Provision, he was President of Eastern Management, a planning and project management consultancy.

In her role at the state Department of Health, Meehan’s office focuses on determinants of health related to physical activity, the built environment and transportation, healthy foods and other factors that influence health outcomes. The Office concentrates on the Big 3 + 1 (Tobacco, Physical Inactivity, Obesity and Drug Abuse) which are the largest drivers of poor health in Tennessee. Of these four, physical activity is the primary prevention strategy for the Tennessee Department of Health to improve population health.

Herald: Transportation, growth take center stage at Breakfast With the Mayors

Six of the seven mayors in Williamson County met for breakfast and a chat with the public during Franklin Tomorrow's first 2016 Breakfast with the Mayors. Pictured are Frranklin Mayor Ken Moore, Brentwood Mayor Regina Smithson, Fairview Mayor Patti Carroll, Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander, Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham and County Mayor Rogers Anderson. Thompson's Station Mayor Corey Napier was unable to attend due to an unexpected emergency..

Six of the seven mayors in Williamson County met for breakfast and a chat with the public during Franklin Tomorrow’s first 2016 Breakfast with the Mayors. Pictured are Frranklin Mayor Ken Moore, Brentwood Mayor Regina Smithson, Fairview Mayor Patti Carroll, Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander, Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham and County Mayor Rogers Anderson. Thompson’s Station Mayor Corey Napier was unable to attend due to an unexpected emergency.

By Carole Robinson
Williamson Herald Senior Staff Writer
Six of the seven mayors in Williamson County attended 2016’s first Breakfast with the Mayors Tuesday morning at Rolling Hills Church where they presented a brief update on the happenings in their city and the common issues they all face.
Brentwood Mayor Regina Smithson, Fairview Mayor Patti Carroll, Franklin Mayor Ken Moore, Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander, Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson agreed growth is a double-edged sword and the transportation issue is a sharp edge, which require working together.
“All of us work together on common issues,” Anderson said. “We do have issues, but the attitude is we all have to address these problems.”
Traffic, both a local and a regional problem, presents numerous obstacles to overcome such as signage, road-widening and additional turn lanes before any local or regional plan can be implemented, Moore and Anderson said.

To read more about the Breakfast, follow this link.

To watch the video of the Breakfast, follow this link.

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2016 Breakfast With the Mayors series kicks off Jan. 26 with Williamson County Mayoral Summit

The 2016 Franklin Tomorrow Breakfast With the Mayors series, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, returns for its first-quarter date on Jan. 26, 2016. There is no cost to attend Breakfast With the Mayors, thanks to our generous partners, which include Williamson Medical Center, Williamson County Association of Realtors, Tennessee Equine Hospital, Andrews Cadillac, Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant, Royal Cup Coffee, and the Williamson Herald.
Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson will be joined on Jan. 26 by the Mayors of Williamson County’s five other cities for a Mayoral Summit.
Breakfast from Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant and Royal Cup Coffee will be served starting at 7 a.m. and guests will be able to network until the start of the program at 7:45 a.m.

Smithson

Smithson

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Mayor Smithson has served on the Brentwood City Commission since 1989. She is currently serving her second term as Mayor and has also served as Vice Mayor.She and her husband own their own business, Smithson & Associates, Inc. a financial services company located in Brentwood. She is also co-owner in Silver Plum, Inc. She and her daughter design handbags that are made in the USA.

Carroll

Carroll

Mayor Carroll served as a member of the Fairview Board of Commissioners before being elected Mayor in 2014. She is a graduate of Bethel University.

Alexander

Alexander

Mayor Alexander has been a Nolensville resident since 1999. He retired from the Metropolitan Government of Nashville, TN in 2004 after being a staff member of the Planning Commission for 42 years. Mayor Alexander was elected to the Nolensville Alderman Board in 2004 and elected for a second term in 2008. Mayor Alexander was elected as Mayor in November 2010 and re-elected in November of 2014.

Rick Graham Spring Hill

Graham

Mayor Graham is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University and is a district manager for SAGE Dining Services. He served six years as a member of the Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen before being elected Mayor in 2013.

Napier

Napier

Mayor Napier is a 15-year resident of Thompson’s Station with his wife and three children. He is a graduate of the Haslam School of Business at the University of Tennessee Knoxville and the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University. He is the the Managing Director for Waddell and Associates, a wealth strategy firm.
The remaining Breakfasts With the Mayors will be held April 26, July 26, and Oct. 25.

Sponsorships are available for the series or individual Breakfasts. For more information, contact Mindy Tate at (615) 794-0998.

 

Nov. 3 Breakfast wraps up 2015 series

Franklin Tomorrow thanked Breakfast With the Mayors ' presenting sponsor Pinnacle Financial Partners at this morning's final event for 2015. On stage were Breakfast With the Mayors' co-chair Dr. Shanna Harper Jackson, Franklin Tomorrow President Kathie Moore, Pinnacle's Steve King & Keith Davis, and Elizabeth Mefferd, Breakfast With the Mayors' co-chair. The next Breakfast With the Mayors will be Jan. 26, 2016.

Franklin Tomorrow thanked Breakfast With the Mayors ‘ presenting sponsor Pinnacle Financial Partners at the Nov. 3, 2015, event, which was the final one for 2015. On stage were Breakfast With the Mayors’ co-chair Dr. Shanna Harper Jackson, Franklin Tomorrow President Kathie Moore, Pinnacle’s Steve King & Keith Davis, and Elizabeth Mefferd, Breakfast With the Mayors’ co-chair. The next Breakfast With the Mayors will be Jan. 26, 2016.

The Nov. 3 Breakfast With the Mayors, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, took a “Transportation Tuesday” theme with Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson steering the conversation to the need for a new or increased source of dedicated funding for transportation projects on local, state, and federal levels.

“I appreciate the interest that you have in the subject of transportation. Each of us is likely part of the problem this morning in that most of us drove here in a single occupancy vehicle,” Moore said. “In fact, about 85% of us are usually in single occupancy vehicles going to work.
We are experiencing unprecedented growth and we will see our population double by 2035 and the good news is that we will also see the number of jobs double.
“There are some important trends occurring besides our growth and there are some important things that have happened to improve our transportation issues. The community and region are talking about the issue. Ranking transportation as a priority has increased from 29% last year to 45% this year which emphasizes conversations and concerns are growing. Citizens are wanting more multi-modal transit options, more walkability, more connectivity, and more trails.”

As part of the registration process, participants were asked to complete a brief survey regarding transportation issues and those results were revealed during the Nov. 3 Breakfast With the Mayors. The questions asked were coordinated with a 2013 Transportation Survey conducted by Franklin Tomorrow which drew almost 1,000 responses.

November Transportation Survey Quick Summary

Anderson recently hosted a “Williamson Moves” summit on transportation and brought with him Doug Hood, special projects director for the Mayor, who outlined some of the issues identified by that meeting.

Anderson also said Williamson County government has hired RPM Transportation to study the future of four roads in the county — Sneed Road, Lynnwood Way, Arno Road, and Clovercroft Road — and potential improvements in unincorporated areas.

Williamson County roads

Breakfast With the Mayors will resume Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016, at Rolling Hills Community Church. For information on sponsorships, call Franklin Tomorrow Executive Director Mindy Tate at (615) 794-0998.

Nov. 3 Breakfast With Mayors focuses on transportation, with Mayors in the drivers’ seats

We are figuratively “taking it to the streets this quarter,” with the Nov. 3 Breakfast With the Mayors, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, taking a “Transportation Tuesday” theme with Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson.

As part of the registration process, you are being asked to complete a brief survey regarding transportation issues and those results will be revealed during the Nov. 3 Breakfast With the Mayors. The questions asked were coordinated with a 2013 Transportation Survey conducted by Franklin Tomorrow which drew almost 1,000 responses. Once you complete the survey, it should take you to the event registration page.

We also hope to use interactive technology during the Nov. 3 event to ask you some questions on the fly, as well as to provide an opportunity for you to ask the Mayors and their guests questions as it relates to transportation, on both a local and regional level.

Breakfast by Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant and Royal Cup Coffee will begin at 7 a.m. and our program promptly at 7:45 a.m. We want to thank our additional sponsors, which include Williamson Medical Center, Vanderbilt University — Office of Community and Government Relations, Tennessee Equine Hospital, Western Governors University Tennessee, Williamson County Association of Realtors, Nashville Business Journal, Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant, and Royal Cup Coffee.

Smart Growth America VP to speak on economics of development patterns

It is time once again for Franklin Tomorrow’s quarterly Breakfast With the Mayors, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, with special support from the Williamson County Association of Realtors. The event will be Tuesday, Aug. 4.

The event will begin with breakfast at 7 a.m. from Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant and Royal Cup Coffee. Our program will begin at 7:45 a.m. and end at approximately 8:45 a.m. There is no cost to attend Breakfast With the Mayors thanks to the generosity of our sponsors. To register, visit www.planetReg.com/AugustMayorsBreakfast.

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Our speaker on Aug. 4 will be Chris Zimmerman, Smart Growth America’s Vice President for Economic Development, and Director of the Governors’ Institute on Community Design. Much of his work focuses on the economic and fiscal impact of development policies on localities and regions.

Prior to joining Smart Growth America, for two decades Chris was heavily involved in planning, development, and transportation policy in Arlington County, Va., and the greater Washington, D.C., region. This included work as a neighborhood and civic leader, as a planning commissioner, 18 years as a member of the Arlington County Board, and 13 years on the Board of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, as well as other regional transportation agencies.

Prior to his service as an elected official, Mr. Zimmerman was Chief Economist at the National Conference of State Legislatures. He holds a Master of Arts in Economics from the University of Maryland and a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Economics from The American University.

Additional sponsors for Breakfast With the Mayors series include Williamson Medical Center, Tennessee Equine Hospital, Greater Nashville Association of Realtors, Nashville Business Journal, Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant, and Royal Cup Coffee.

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February 2015

Franklin Tomorrow’s Breakfast With the Mayor’s series, presented this year by Pinnacle Financial Partners, will kick off Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015 with Dr. John Crompton joining Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson to discuss the economic impact of parks, recreation and tourism services.

The event will begin at 7 a.m. with breakfast provided by Puckett’s, Homestead Manor and Puckett’s Boat House.

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