The Berry Farms family continues to grow with the newest opening this week which will include an Open House, Tours & Giveaways, Ribbon Cutting, and Pumpkin Patch.
First Farmers & Merchants Bank, located in Berry Farms on Goose Creek Bypass, opened Tuesday, October 25th. This is their third location in Franklin, TN and their 20th location in middle Tennessee. “Over the past several years, we have experienced steady growth in our Williamson County operations and believe our Berry Farms office will enable us to better serve this growing market,” comments Craig Holland, the bank’s Williamson County President. First Farmers has been proudly serving Middle TN since 1909. The bank offers a broad range of consumer and business products, from checking and savings accounts, home loans, business loans, trust and wealth management services and other competitive products.
As you know by now, Berry Farms is all about community. Mixed-use, master-planned means we offer a place to live, work, shop, dine, and enjoy life all within a short, walkable distance. With the help of our residents, merchants, and coming-soon office tenants, we are creating a vibrant, sustainable community that provides a clear sense of place and a simpler life. First Farmers is proud to join this quest. “We are excited to bring our customer-focused style of banking to Berry Farms and are looking forward to meeting everyone in the south Franklin area,” says Karen Young, Chief Marketing Officer.
And to prove it, they are welcoming everyone this Friday, October 28th, with an Open House from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Ribbon Cutting at 10:00 a.m.) There will be giveaways, snacks, and the opportunity to meet Theresa Jones (Branch Manager), Bonnie Myers (Assistant Branch Manager), Amber McClellan (Personal Banker), and Carol Caldwell (Business Banker). Meet the team and take home a free pumpkin from their Pumpkin Patch! And watch for more fun events coming this holiday season!
Business hours are Monday through Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. & Friday: 8:30 a.m. -5:00 p.m.
By Lisa Gregory, October 26, 2016