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Westhaven Concert on the Lawn Series

Westhaven Concert on the Lawn Series

Franklin Synergy Bank has again stepped forward to sponsor the Westhaven Concert on the Lawn Series, set to begin Friday, May 17th. The bank opened a branch in Westhaven’s Town Center in June 2012. The concert is open to Westhaven residents and their guests.

“The Westhaven Concert Series held its inaugural season in 2005,” commented Mark McCutcheon, President of the Board of Trustees of The Westhaven Foundation. “To have Franklin Synergy Bank help continue the Series in 2013 is wonderful; it is a very generous gift.”

The Concert on the Lawn Series runs through September with great music on selected Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. The May 17th concert will feature great Motown hits from the 50’s and 60’s from the Wooten Brothers. The concerts are free to Westhaven residents and their guests.

“Westhaven is a great community and we are proud to be a part of it,” commented Al Gregory, Vice President and Westhaven Community Executive. “Westhaven is planning a great series for 2013. Our sponsorship this year is our way of expressing our appreciation to our neighbors in Westhaven.”

Photo left to right: Franklin Synergy’s Jason Kaplan, Richard Herrington and Al Gregory, Westhaven’s Amy Law and Mark McCutcheon

About Franklin Synergy Bank

Founded in November 2007, Franklin Synergy Bank currently has five offices in Williamson County and provides deposit and loan products, treasury management and financial planning services for consumers and businesses. Franklin Synergy earned its first profit in 2009, after just five quarters of operation. The bank’s assets surpassed $500 million in February 2012.

Additional information about Franklin Synergy is available at the bank’s website:

About The Westhaven Foundation

The Westhaven Foundation is an independent nonprofit 501© 3 organization established in 2007 by the residents of Westhaven with support from Southern Land Company, to promote lifelong learning, leadership, preservation, philanthropy and environmental awareness within Westhaven and the greater Franklin community.

Additional information about the Westhaven Foundation is available at