Woodmont Realty Helps Garner Major Award
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices has been recognized as “Real Estate Agency Brand of the Year” and “Most Trusted Real Estate Brand” in the 30th annual Harris Poll EquiTrend study. This study takes input from over 77,000 U.S. consumers to rate 3,000 brands in about 300 categories. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices received the highest ranking in the Real Estate Agency category based on consumers’ perception of its brand familiarity, quality and purchasing consideration. “We are honored to be recognized by consumers in the respected Harris Poll EquiTrend study,” said Gino Blefari, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices president and CEO. “It’s a tribute to our franchisees’ tireless work and support of clients and the exemplary way they represent our brand in the marketplace.”
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Woodmont Realty, founded in 1990, continues to be owned and operated by local agents who actively participate in the business of selling real estate and supporting the communities in which they live and work. The four partners collectively have over 90 years of experience in Brentwood’s local real estate market.
Just like the flowers that founder and owner Bonnie Denton expertly arranges, this beautiful business has germinated and blossomed. Starting in 2008 in her garage, Belles Fleurs now sets up shop in historic downtown Franklin. “After 50 years of working in the floral industry, I wanted to focus on my love of weddings and events, where my love of flowers and plants began!” Bonnie says. As for what makes her business special, Bonnie has no doubts. “We are specifically wedding and event floral specialists. Our downtown Franklin location is located in a historic home that our clients love to spend time in, seeing all of our unique collections. Clients can come in and actually see what we have and what we do first-hand!”
But Belles Fleurs is also a place to learn, offering at the Franklin location classes in fresh arrangements, fall and holiday wreaths, succulent and plant ideas, and projects for kids.
Modern Acupuncture offers an enhanced acupuncture experience
Modern Acupuncture™, the first franchise to make the natural health and cosmetic benefits of acupuncture available to people in an accessible and affordable delivery, is now open in Brentwood. This clinic is the first to open in the state of Tennessee and 18th in the nation.
Modern Acupuncture offers an enhanced acupuncture experience that utilizes needle therapy on nodes to increase blood flow, but unlike traditional acupuncture, does not require the removal of any clothing to access full-body health. A visit to Modern Acupuncture feels like a relaxing retreat, where guests can unwind and possibly even fall asleep, zoning out to peaceful music all while experiencing the healing and/or cosmetic benefits of acupuncture. The 1,860 square-foot clinic has eight zero-gravity acupuncture chairs located inside of the Zen Den. Sessions are typically 30 minutes or less, and walk-ins are always welcome.
In celebration of its opening, Modern Acupuncture Cool Springs is offering guests a complimentary first visit within the first 30 days of opening.
Modern Acupuncture Cool Springs is open Monday – Friday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday – Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information or to book an appointment, please visit https://www.modernacupuncture.com/tn001 or call (615) 953-1400.
Ashlyn Grayce recently released her first EP, Somethin’ ‘Bout a Song
Country music singer/songwriter Ashlyn Grayce recently released her first EP, Somethin’ ‘Bout a Song, which debuted at #4 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter Chart and also appeared on the iTunes Bestseller list. Ashlyn is a resident of Brentwood and a 2014 graduate of Brentwood Academy.
Produced by Brent Rader, the collection is an extremely personal project and features six tracks, all written or co-written by Grayce with the intention of taking listeners on a musical journey through her real-life experiences; the songs touch on everything from love to heartache and breakups. The most personal is “601,” a heartwarming reflection about her childhood home, penned by Grayce after learning that the house was to be torn down.
Many have noted that Grayce’s music has a depth well beyond her years and acknowledge the encouraging and positive message she delivers to young listeners; this is extremely important to the young talent, as she takes her potential as a role model seriously, loves children, and wants to make a difference in their lives through the power of her music.
The six-song release features collaborations from some of Nashville’s finest songwriters including Kalie Shorr, Daniel Kleindienst, Alex Dooley, Brett Mandel, Troy Castellano, Dave & Julia Carlson (Wild Life Crush) and Evan Thompson. It also showcases her uniquely transparent voice influenced by the likes of Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert, Kelsea Ballerini, Hillary Scott and Colbie Caillat.
National Public Works Week
Since 1960, the American Public Works Association has celebrated the annual National Public Works Week. The objective of the week is to increase public awareness of their contributions as well as to enlighten the public about the duties, practices and goals of public works professionals. Public works professionals include those who manage water, sewer, public transportation, and refuse removal systems as well as those responsible for maintaining public buildings and grounds.