Williamson County to celebrate Business Gives Back during the month of September

The county’s Chamber of Commerce calls on the business community to celebrate educators

Williamson, Inc., the county’s chamber of commerce and office of economic development, has declared September Business Gives Back month. They are calling on all businesses to show gratitude to educators through discounts, gifts and recognition.

“Our public schools are the foundation of our economic success,” Williamson, Inc. President and CEO Matt Largen said. “Educators serve as the bedrock of our economic foundation and the incredible success of our district can be traced directly back to classroom instruction.

Additionally, teachers need our support, respect, and kindness now more than ever. This initiative represents a small token of my appreciation for the dedication and sacrifice our educators make for the next generation of leaders for Williamson County.”

Interested businesses can visit williamsonchamber.com/bgb for details on participation, downloadable media kits and more.

Williamson County educators and the businesses participating in Business Gives Back will be recognized during the annual State of the Schools Address from Williamson County Schools and

Franklin Special School District superintendents on September 29th. Registration for that event can be found at williamsonchamber.com. cortni@williamsonchamber.com.

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