Mayor’s Cup Golf Tournament

The Franklin Tomorrow Mayor’s Cup Gold Tournament, presented by Full Service Insurance & Grange Insurance, on Oct. 4 at Vanderbilt Legends Club will be here before we know it! Even sooner is our Preview Party on Sept. 27 at the Williamson County Enrichment Center, featuring a “Friends of the Brand” tasting by Jack Daniel’s master taster Lynne Tolley.

Lynne Tolley

This party is for the tournament’s overall partners, but this year has also been opened for hole and contest sponsors, which include Andrews Transportation Group, our hole-in-one contest partner.
To learn more about a hole sponsorship, contact Carmen Stanek.
A hole sponsorship at the Mayor’s Cup is $300 and includes one ticket to theSept. 27 for We’re excited to have all our VIPs join us for an evening of whiskey tasting, visiting, and bidding!
Franklin Tomorrow is pleased to provide several great items, one of which is a golf getaway trip to California Wine Country through our partnership with one of our sponsors, American Fundraising Foundation – AmFund.
This specific trip to Bodega Bay will be one to remember! It is designed for two travelers, is good for three years, and has no blackout dates! It will include round-trip airfare and deluxe hotel accommodations.
For questions, please email carmen@franklintomorrow.org.



2017 event set for Oct. 4 at Vanderbilt Legends

Franklin Mayor Ken Moore is hosting the fourth annual Mayor’s Cup Golf Tournament on Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, at the Vanderbilt Legends Club. The tournament is being presented by Full Service Insurance & Grange Insurance.

Moore is an avid golfer and is expected to have the chance to play with everyone in the tournament, which has sold out for this year!

The tournament will begin with a 1:00 p.m. shotgun start, preceded by lunch from Jim N’ Nick’s BBQ starting at 11:30 a.m. at the Vanderbilt Legends golf pavilion. The day will wrap up with a dinner featuring a whole hog presentation by Jim N’ Nick’s, with the public invited to attend for $30 per person.

Additional partners include Volkert Inc.; SouthStar; and Franklin Synergy Bank.

Birdie partners include OHM, Kiser + Vogrin, Bell Construction, Gresham Smith & Partners, CDM Smith, Skanska, Bristol Development, and Highwoods. Coming in as Par partners are Benesch & Co., McArthur-Sanders Real Estate, ATMOS Energy, Kimley -Horn, Richards & Richards, AMi Results, BL Harbert, Carbine & Associates, Harpeth True Value, Middle Tennessee Electric, Puryear, Newman and Morton, Ragan-Smith, Boyle Investment, Andrews Transportation Group, and Civil & Environmental Consultants.

A few sponsorship opportunities remain for high-profile contests or hole sponsorships. Call 794-0998 or email mindy@franklintomorrow.org for more information.

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