Business

Red Seven Pizza Co. opens on Wall Street

Red Seven Pizza Co. opens on Wall Street
The Red Seven Pizza Co. celebrated its grand opening Friday afternoon in Spring Hill. The local pizza chain, with locations in Lewisburg and Columbia, opened at the corner of Wall Street and Commonwealth Drive. Tennessee songwriters Paul Marino and Jeremy Johnson own the series of pizza joints, which have a 4.7/5 star consumer rating on ...
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Williamson Inc. celebrates 5 years, Mars Petcare president talks about purpose in business

Williamson Inc. celebrates 5 years, Mars Petcare president talks about purpose in business
By BROOKE WANSER Williamson, Inc. Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 5th anniversary on Tuesday evening at 302 Innovation Drive, an office space where guests received a 360-degree view of Williamson County. President and Chief Executive Officer Matt Largen opened the evening, which included  by announcing new officers and board members and recognizing those who had ...
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BoxLunch store opens Wednesday, catering to fans and collectors

BoxLunch store opens Wednesday, catering to fans and collectors
BoxLunch, a pop culture gift store with a cause, announces that it will open its newest location in Franklin, on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at the CoolSprings Galleria mall. BoxLunch offers a selection of the world’s most popular licensed shirts, accessories, collectibles, beauty, home goods and gift and novelty merchandise. The new store will celebrate its grand opening weekend,...
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Mattress Inn in Spring Hill to give free custom pillows to veterans on Veterans Day

Mattress Inn in Spring Hill to give free custom pillows to veterans on Veterans Day
Local mattress retailer and Spring Hill resident Arthur Watkins will be hosting a Free Pillow Building Event for all Veterans in the community. Watkins will be utilizing his pillow-building invention, the Fill Station® Pillow Kiosk which is a unique kiosk that allows customers to build personalized pillows on site in less than five minutes. The ...
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Maury Regional Medical Group Obstetrics & Gynecology to host open house November 7

Maury Regional Medical Group Obstetrics & Gynecology to host open house November 7
PHOTO: (l-r) are Dr. Emily Turner, Dr. Andres Rodriguez, Dr. Michael Pelletier and Dr. Nicole Falls. Maury Regional Medical Group (MRMG) Obstetrics & Gynecology is hosting an open house and ribbon cutting at its new Spring Hill office on Tuesday, November 7. It will be held from 4 until 6 p.m. at the new office located inside Maury Regional Spring Hill at 1003 Reserve...
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Open Enrollment begins for health insurance; choice is limited

Open Enrollment begins for health insurance; choice is limited
TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE & INSURANCE Open Enrollment has begun for insurance coverage on the Federally Facilitated Marketplace. The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (TDCI) reminds consumers that, as the enrollment period is shorter than in years past, Tennesseans are strongly encouraged to review their options and begin preparation for the new p...
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Mars executive will speak at Williamson, Inc.’s annual celebration

Mars executive will speak at Williamson, Inc.’s annual celebration
Mark Johnson, regional president of Pet Nutrition North America, a division of Mars Petcare, will be the keynote speaker on Nov. 14 at the Williamson, Inc. annual celebration. The event, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., features cocktails, networking and dinner at the Two Greenway building, 301 Innovation Drive, Franklin, TN 37067, near Jackson National Life Insurance. Tickets ...
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Public Transportation Association praises Franklin TMA executive

Public Transportation Association praises Franklin TMA executive
Stanton Higgs, director of Business Development and Operations for The TMA Group, was named 2017 Urban Executive of the Year at the recent annual Tennessee Public Transportation Association (TPTA) conference held in Nashville. The award cited his skills in leadership, management, transportation, and employee interaction. “Leveraging the strength of fellow team members is o...
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Vanderbilt nurse collects $50,000 lottery prize on behalf of co-workers

Vanderbilt nurse collects $50,000 lottery prize on behalf of co-workers
TENNESSEE EDUCATION LOTTERY A group of 11 co-workers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center will share a $50,000 Powerball prize just “two or three” months after they began playing together. The group’s representative, Dana Fulton, is a nurse who claimed the group’s prize on Friday. “We’ve just started playing together, and I guess it paid off pretty quick!” said ...
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Jazz singer’s Nov. 5 concert in Brentwood celebrates new CD

Jazz singer’s Nov. 5 concert in Brentwood celebrates new CD
Jazz vocalist Debbie Cunningham is presenting a free concert at the Brentwood Library beginning at 3 p.m. on Nov. 5 in celebration of the release of her second album. The singer, who lives in Franklin, describes A Million Kisses as a blend of swing and Latin-styled jazz original songs. The performance is free, but seating is limited, ...
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Williamson, Inc. partners with Franklin native and business owner to host first black business mixer

Williamson, Inc. partners with Franklin native and business owner to host first black business mixer
Robert Blair, the owner of B Media Communications, helped organize the event/ Photo by Brooke Wanser. By BROOKE WANSER About 40 black business owners gathered at the Williamson Inc., Chamber of Commerce on Thursday night for the first-ever black business mixer. “To our knowledge, it’s never been done before on a business mixer level,” Franklin ...
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Unemployment drops to historic lows across Tennessee

Unemployment drops to historic lows across Tennessee
DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Unemployment dropped in September below 5 percent in every Tennessee county for the first time ever, according to an announcement from Gov. Bill Haslam and Department of Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips. This is the second consecutive month rates have declined in each of Tennessee’s 95 counties. ...
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