About the Chamber

Established in the late 1920s and chartered in 1954, the Williamson County-Franklin Chamber of Commerce is the premier business organization in Williamson County, with the Fairview Area Chamber of Commerce and the Nolensville Chamber of Commerce being affiliate members.

The Chamber’s diverse membership provides a foundation for monitoring business and community development and keeping members abreast of change, and its active group of business owners, professionals and individuals are dedicated to promoting the advantages of living and doing business in this community. Chamber members represent a broad cross section of business and industry, providing a valuable resource.

The Chamber supports and is directly involved in Character Under Construction and Crime Stoppers of Williamson County. The effort to design a standardized Character Counts curriculum began with support from the Chamber and the Education Edge program. In 1984, the Chamber wholeheartedly supported the idea of forming the Crime Stoppers of Williamson County organization and, in addition to providing meeting space for both Character Under Construction and Crime Stoppers, we maintain files, notify members of meetings, forward copies of minutes, and promote events.

Chamber representation brings expertise to numerous boards of directors including The Carter House, Franklin’s Charge, Franklin Tomorrow, the Natchez Trace Parkway Association, the Transportation Management Association, the Williamson County Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Williamson County Economic Development Department, Williamson Medical Foundation and others.

The Chamber was active in the establishment of a Columbia State Community College campus in Williamson County, and through efforts over a long period of time brought toll-free phone service between Franklin and Fairview.

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