Notable Business Events In Williamson County For Week of September 11th-17th With John Frazier

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Notable Business Events In Williamson County For Week of September 11th-17th With John Frazier

Williamson Business Events September 11-17 with John Frazier To learn more visit http://www.dralvin.net/events. You can submit your event information to John Frazier c/o of WilliamsonTNBusiness@gmail.com.

By |September 9th, 2017|Events|0 Comments

WJFB-TV TCT Hurricane Relief

Many of you are looking for ways in which you can help bring relief to our neighbors in Texas and now Florida. TCT (Total Christian Television) has been collecting items and has already delivered a truck load to Texas. You can view the videos below to see what we’ve done so far. However, the need is HUGE. Our Nashville TV station, WJFB, is now a drop off location for the items found below. If you are collecting items already but don’t have a way to ship them, consider dropping them off at the address below and we will take them down to Texas and Florida in our truck. We are also accepting monetary donations for [...]

By |September 8th, 2017|Television|0 Comments

WilliamsonBusiness.Com Welcomes Jonathan Waxman To The Music City Food & Wine Festival On September 15-17th. See You There!

Click to play.  Jonathan Waxman Music City Food + Wine Festival is the brainchild of Grammy award-winning artists (and Nashville residents) Kings of Leon, world renowned chef Jonathan Waxman, Austin-based C3 Presents — producer of Austin Food + Wine Festival, Austin City Limits Music Festival, and Lollapalooza — and Vector Management’s Ken Levitan and Andy Mendelsohn. Taking place in the historic venues and outdoor spaces of downtown Nashville, Music City Food + Wine is an authentic, fresh and inspiring experience that will have even the most discriminating gourmet coming back for more. The Festival returns in 2017, September 15-17. To purchase tickets visit http://musiccityfoodandwinefestival.com. About Music City Inc. In 2006, the Nashville Convention & Visitors [...]

By |September 7th, 2017|Festival|0 Comments

WilliamsonLeading: 9 Shops With “Frozen Delights” By Karen Chronister

It’s hard to believe that the ice cream cone was invented a little over 100 years ago. An Italian immigrant living in New York City introduced this cooling, culinary treat in 1896, and it proved a big hit at the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904. Since then, we’ve carried on this in-your-face love affair with portable ice cream and endured—enjoyed, even—brain freeze as a rite of passage. Ice cream is a mood lifter, a sweet-treat cooler, a welcome guest at family gatherings, and of course, an after-work stress reliever. And, who says brain freeze is a bad thing? A 2017 study by Yoshihiko Koga, a professor at Tokyo’s Kyorin University, suggests that eating a [...]

Real Talk With Dr. Valencia Campbell: Some Social Media Reminders for Young People Chats With Dr. Alvin

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Ellie Westman Chin, CEO Of VisitFranklin.Com: Leisure Travel Opportunities For Businesses

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Bootlegger’s Bash, Hosted By The Battle Of Franklin Trust

Guests gathered on Saturday, Aug. 26 to celebrate Williamson County’s unique history of bootlegging at the seventh annual Bootlegger’s Bash, hosted by the Battle of Franklin Trust. It was a perfect evening at Carnton as attendees sipped whiskey in the garden from a variety of local distillers, including H Clark Distillery, Tenn South Distillery, Prichard’s Distillery, Corsair Artisans, Leiper’s Fork Distillery and Rabbit Hole Distillery. Chad Street Band played lively music while guests mingled before sitting down to a Southern supper by Chef Penelope. The menu included fresh mixed greens salad tossed with seasonal berries, Nashville hot chicken, pork loin and Tennessee bourbon MoonPie bread pudding for dessert. All proceeds from the event benefit the [...]

WilliamsonHelps: How To Help With Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief By Karen Chronister

Hurricane Harvey is causing catastrophic flooding and destruction in coastal Texas, dumping 52 inches of rainfall so far (and still falling), thousands have been rescued and thousands are still waiting for help to arrive. First responders are risking their lives around the clock and fighting deep fatigue. The scenes are a haunting reminder of our own historic and devastating flood in 2010. FEMA is urging Houston citizens to help with the rescue efforts, especially those with boats. The news coverage is scary and frustrating from a distance: a roomful of elderly retirement home residents chest deep in water, babies swaddled against unrelenting rain, children perched on shoulders not far above the water, animals drenched and [...]