"The Chamber looks forward to the annual tradition of coordinating the parade and watching the community come together during this day," said Rosie Chambers, Executive Director.
BizBash Business & Community Expo is a perfect example on bringing the business community, local leaders and residents together.
Franklin shoppers are encouraged to take part in the Small Business Saturday Start Here Open House on November 27. This ninth annual event takes place from 10:00 to 2:00 at the Franklin Chamber of Commerce office at 120 E Jefferson Street. Shoppers who visit the Chamber to support small businesses will receive Shop Small giveaways, incentives, coupons, information on participating businesses, and refreshments to start the day.
“We are looking to recognize the efforts of those who are making a significant impact in our community. We encourage businesses and residents to nominate deserving businesses for these awards,” said Executive Director Rosie Chambers.
“The Franklin Chamber is excited to once again bring BizBash Business and Community Expo to our business community and our residents”, said Rosie Chambers Executive Director of the Franklin Chamber. “After a challenging 18 months, it is important that we all come together to highlight our local organizations and focus on the recovery of our community."
Bringing people together is one of the things the Chamber does best and our golf outing makes it easy. Thank you to everyone who had a part in the outing - especially those who had to miss out because of the rescheduled date. Thank you for your flexibility, patience and grace as we rescheduled the outing not once, but twice this year. I am amazed by your generosity and appreciate your kindness each time the outing was postponed.
Three organizations collaborate to distribute free pandemic related supplies to local organizations. These items will be available for free to all businesses and non-profits in Johnson County.
“We are honored to recognize these local organizations who truly exemplify excellence and the cooperative spirit we have come to treasure in our business community”, Rosie Chambers, Executive Director.
“Traci is quickly proving to be an asset to the Franklin Chamber, and we know she will serve our members with dedication and bring her knowledge of the greater Franklin area to support and strengthen our business community”
We are looking to recognize the efforts of those who are making a significant impact in our community. We encourage our members and the community to nominate deserving businesses for these awards.
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