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Visit Franklin Ambassador

Become an Ambassador

This is your opportunity to learn what the City of Franklin and Williamson County have to offer visitors. The program is geared toward all hospitality partners who interact with visitors to Williamson County and Middle Tennessee but is open to anyone interested in helping visitors enhance their experience. This afternoon program will be comprised of a classroom presentation, walking tour of downtown Franklin, and trolley tour of Williamson County. Lunch will be provided. Participants who complete this program in its entirety will become certified Visit Franklin Ambassadors.

 

 

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Participants who complete this program in its entirety will be considered a graduate of the Visit Franklin Ambassador Program and will be a certified Visit Franklin Ambassador.

Each certified Visit Franklin Ambassador will receive:

  • Ambassador certificate signed by Visit Franklin President & CEO, Mayor of Franklin and Mayor of Williamson County.
  • A Visit Franklin Ambassador pin.
  • One (1) Ambassador Card, your VIP pass to Williamson County attractions.

Program Schedule

The program will run every second Tuesday of the month from 12 – 5 p.m. and will be offered, April - November.

12-12:45 p.m. Classroom Presentation

1 p.m. Walking Tour of Downtown Franklin

2:30-5 p.m. Trolley Tour of Williamson County

Program Attendance

There is a maximum capacity of 25 participants per class and a minimum attendance requirement of 15 participants per class. If minimum attendance is not met one week before the scheduled class date, the class will be canceled, and participants will be notified and moved to the next class.

Upcoming 2018 Dates

  • April 10th (SOLD OUT)
  • May 8th (SOLD OUT)
  • June 12th (SOLD OUT)
  • July 10th
  • August 14th
  • September 11th
  • October 9th
  • November 13th

 

Classes Now Available. Register Today!

 

Lindsay Curtis"For me, the Franklin Ambassador Program was a way for me to fall in love with the city I've spent my whole life in all over again. As a resident and employee in Franklin, it is important to know all of the history and little nuggets that make this place one of the greatest places to live in America. I think the program will continue to benefit the community because of the light it shines on the city of Franklin and the in-depth education of everything there is to do and see here. No matter how long you have lived or worked in Franklin, everyone should register for the program and become an Ambassador!"
 
Lindsay Curtis, Marketing & Community Relations Associate, A. Marshall Family Foods
 
David Brawner"This program helped me connect with my guests and my staff on what to do and where to go in Franklin and Williamson County. The tour included a deep history about the City of Franklin and the impact it had on our county. I loved the personal touch of getting to know the local restaurant and store owners at our stops. Thanks Megan and her team for a great tour!"
 
David Brawner, General Manager, Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville/Franklin
 
T.J. Angeleno“Our Front Desk team thoroughly enjoyed the Visit Franklin Ambassador Program provided by the CVB. Everyone learned something and had a great time with it. Since the training I’ve seen our Front Desk associates in action recommending several of the sites and attractions that were highlighted. I believe it has made a positive contribution to our guest’s satisfaction and generated an excitement for Williamson County within our associates. Every hotel should consider hosting a class! Thank you for doing such a great job and offering this service!”
 
T.J. Angeleno, Regional Manager, Chartwell Hospitality
 

Michael Sanders

“I recently had my entire management team attend the Visit Franklin Ambassador program to increase their knowledge of what this historic city has to offer our hotel guests.  The team thought it was great and refreshed their excitement about the many offerings that are available in Franklin and Williamson County.  My team is able to help our visiting guests navigate the local area.  Whether their interest is history, dining, shopping or entertainment we are prepared with options that meet the guest’s desires.  This program is a must for all service industry employees and I plan to continue rotating our entire team through the program.”
 
Michael Sanders, Regional Manager, Chartwell Hospitality

Any Questions? Contact Megan!