FRANKLIN, Tenn. (Jan. 26, 2018) — Two Franklin city leaders showed off their dance moves to support United Way of Williamson County recently.
The City of Franklin’s video tells the whole story. Mayor Ken Moore and City Administrator Eric Stuckey got creative with their dance moves in their video fundraiser to support United Way of Williamson County.
The video is posted online, and viewers can vote for their favorite–Team Ken or Team Eric–by making a donation to United Way.
To watch the video and vote, visit uwwc.org.
Stuckey is currently serving as United Way’s 2017 Campaign Chair. This may mean he’s feeling the pressure to finish strong. Fundraising for the campaign, which supports 46 programs serving Franklin and Williamson County residents and workers, continues through the spring. Last year, just over $2 million was invested in the community through United Way’s citizens review volunteers.
“City of Franklin employees have been involved for many years with United Way in several different ways from financial support to volunteering,” said Pam Bryant, President and CEO of United Way of Williamson County. “We feel fortunate that Franklin’s employees join with us to show their support and commitment to the local community.”
About United Way of Williamson County
United Way of Williamson County is committed to creating real change and measurable improvements in the day-to-day lives of thousands of people. We bring together people, companies and organizations from across our local community to identify and support solutions to our most critical issues. Serving Williamson County for 56 years, United Way of Williamson County fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community. Because change doesn’t happen alone. To live better, we must Live United. To find out more, please visit uwwc.org or call 615-771-2312.