Brentwood

Barry Osborne
Barry Osborne
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Marketing
COSTCO
98 Seaboard Lane
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027
615-678-3430-Cell

615-493-1033
615-493-1005
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Brandon Lin
Brandon Lin

Chief Marketing Officer
Fulin's
GL Restaurant Management, Inc.
782 Old Hickey Boulevard, Suite 115
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027

http://www.Fulins.Com
615-476-0326
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Dr. Alvin Augustus Jones

CEO
Williamson Business
20206 Wyndchase Circle
Franklin, Tennessee 37067

http://www.WilliamsonBusiness.Com
615-716-2139
Kathey Grodi
Kathey Grodi

Get to know Kathey Grodi

I help the “AARP” crowd: BUY their dream home or TAP their home equity to finance their lifestyle or financial goals. I have over 24 years of mortgage experience. I specialize in REVERSE MORTGAGES. This is a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage that enables you to access your equity TAX FREE! When it comes to loans I think outside the box. I customize the loan for the client's needs, available resources and future goals. I will not rest until I have tried everything under the sun to get your loan approved. In addition to REVERSE my company also offers forward mortgages such as Conventional, FHA, USDA and VA. My goal is not to take no for an answer. I will be your biggest advocate in getting a loan. I am a straight shooter who like to help people with Real Estate financing. I love to outshine my competition. Last but not least - I'm an avid Elvis enthusiast. Therefore, I love to help my fellow Baby Boomers with all their mortgage financing needs.

Midwest Capital Mortgage
7208 Autumn Crossing Way
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027
NMLS#266093

615-970-2216
877-667-2850
Kelly Gilfillan
Kelly Gilfillan

Home Media Group
130 Wilson Pike Circle
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027

http://www.FranklinHomePage.Com
615-712-6500
Mindy Tate
Mindy Tate

Executive Director
Franklin Tomorrow
198 E Main Street Suite 3
Franklin, Tennessee 37064
Open Monday-Friday 9AM to 4PM

Franklin is a special community. It has a rich cultural history of national significance and was founded and has prospered in a gentle and beautiful landscape. Residents — whether born and raised in the community or recent arrivals-care deeply about the place they call home: Franklin, Tennessee.

With few exceptions residents believe that Franklin offers a high quality of life and they rate this aspect as the most important factor affecting their decision to live in the community. In fact, a 2012 household survey conducted for Franklin Tomorrow in conjunction with the Williamson County Association of Realtors indicated 9 of 10 residents surveyed ranked their quality of life as good or excellent.

Franklin has gained national recognition for its revitalization of downtown and for devising impact fee strategies for new development. Franklin is clearly a prosperous community with dedicated and passionate stewards.

It is easy to say that Franklin — with its prosperity, unique history and sense of community — would be the envy of communities across the nation. So what is the problem? What are the issues that drove the need for a vision for Franklin?

There is no simple answer except that there is an evolving recognition on the part of its citizens, local government, business and preservation groups that safeguarding the attributes that make Franklin so special will take deliberate action and special attention in the face of the continuing pressure for growth and development.

It is important to note that for most of its history, Franklin grew moderately, if at all. In fact, from the end of the Civil War to until the 1960s the community experienced no significant growth. That easygoing, minimal-change condition began to change in the mid 1960′s and erupted in the 1980s and continues today. Franklin’s population doubled in the 1990s, reaching nearly 42,000 in 2000. The 2010 Census put the population at more than 60,000 and it is expected to double again over the next 20 years to 78,000.

In addition to residential growth, Franklin has attracted a significant amount of commercial and industrial employers, including many headquarters or regional offices. Numerous factors have fueled Franklin’s growth. The most compelling appears to be the charm and historic small town character offered by Franklin as one of America’s quintessential small towns.

This factor, in light of the recent growth, has fueled much of the passion throughout the vision process. Franklin residents care deeply about their community. At the very first round of public meetings participants were asked to identify what they treasure most about the Franklin community. In overwhelming terms, the most significant community value is Franklin’s historic small town character.

http://www.FranklinTomorrow.Org
615-794-0998
Robert Ray
Robert Ray
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Sales Representative
Liberty Mutual Insurance
5301 Virginia Way, Suite 100
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027
559-240-3339-Cell

http://www.LibertyMutual.Com
615-371-6471 x08070
615-309-8636
Spring Hill Chamber Of Commerce

Mission Statement

The Chamber’s mission is to strengthen the economy of its service area through representing businesses and its relationship with the community. The Chamber will promote and educate its members to help contribute to their success. In addition, the Chamber will articulate and advocate the needs and interests of its members before legislative, administrative and judicial branches of government as appropriate and necessary.

5000 Northfield Lane, Suite 100
Spring Hill, Tennessee 37174
Monday-Friday 9AM to 5PM-Office Hours

http://www.SpringHillChamber.Com
931-486-0625
Stacey Andres
Stacey Andres

Investment Advisor Representative
Licensed Agent
Anchor Financial, Inc.
5409 Maryland Way, Suite 130
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027
209-609-6472-Cell

Stacey Andres has been helping retirees and pre-retirees since 2010 develop a plan to ensure they have an anchored, secure “second life.” Making the move from teaching others how to make money trading stocks, to helping people develop a solid plan for life during retirement was a significant change. He says, “I worked with so many clients in my former line of work whose plan for retirement failed because the 3 biggest risks to a secure retirement were not addressed. I knew there had to be a better solution and I was determined to find it.” Because he has seen so many Advisors underserve their clients he pursed his Series 65 license which is the only Securities License requiring a Fiduciary responsibility to the customer.

He specializes in lifestyle planning with an emphasis on tax efficiency and lifetime income. Along with the Series 65 he received his National Social Security Advisors Certification and uses what he has learned about Social Security to educate his clients on the best claiming strategies to help maximize retirement income. He is also certified in “The Bucket Plan Best Interest of Client Process,” a new way to think about money, investing and retirement planning. Many of his clients are often confused and unsure about what their “Golden Years” are going to look like and his top priorities are to ensure his clients are secure knowing their money will last as long as they do.

Stacey has been married to his wife Michelle for 21 years and they have three wonderful children, Theoron(17), Shaley(15) and McKenna(13). He currently works with about 20, 11th grade boys at Church of the City in Franklin, TN helping develop young men that are grounded so they make wise decisions as they go through life.

http://www.MyFinancialAnchor.Com
615-357-8865
615-823-1877