The Williamson County Chamber of Commerce and Office of Economic Development is proud to announce the return of their annual State of the County luncheon, featuring an Annual Address from County Mayor Rogers Anderson. The event is set to take place on July 26th, at Franklin Marriott Cool Springs, and will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the budget and happenings in Williamson County. This event is a must-attend for business professionals and members of the community who want to stay up to date on the latest developments in Williamson County.
In addition to Mayor Anderson’s address, the event will also feature display tables for companies or organizations to showcase their products or services to over 300 attendees. The $250 display tables come with one ticket, display table, and the opportunity to exhibit your business. Companies can also purchase ten seat tables for $1,000, which includes verbal and written thanks and recognition.
This event is a great way to network with other professionals in the area, learn more about the state of the county, and support the local economy by engaging with Williamson County businesses.
“We are thrilled to once again host the State of the County event with Mayor Rogers Anderson,” said Matt Largen, President and CEO of Williamson, Inc. “This event is an important opportunity for our community to come together, learn about the latest developments in Williamson County, and support local businesses.”
The State of the County event is a cornerstone of Williamson, Inc.’s mission to promote economic growth and community development in Williamson County. By bringing together business professionals and community leaders, the event helps to foster strong relationships and a shared vision for the future of the county.
To purchase tickets or reserve a display table, visit williamsonchamber.com/events.