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Pinnacle makes it official: Town Center's home

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Pinnacle makes it official: Town Center's home | Pinnacle Bank, Ribbon Cutting, Williamson County Franklin Chamber of Commerce, Brentwood Cool Springs Chamber of Commerce, Brad Dunn, Cindi Parmenter, Betsy Crossley
By SUSAN T. LEATHERS
Brentwood Home Page
The actual move took place in early January, but this week Pinnacle Financial Partners is officially celebrating the grand opening of its signature building at the corner of Franklin Road and Town Center Way.

A large crowd, including Pinnacle officers and staff members, city leaders and ambassadors of both the Brentwood Cool Springs and Williamson County/Franklin chambers of commerce, were on hand for Tuesday’s ribbon cutting. 
Pinnacle's Larry Kain and Brad Dunn, who spearhead the Brentwood operation, welcomed guests in the new building’s spacious training room.

“We’ve been looking forward to getting on the corner of Town Center,” Dunn said. “We combined two locations and we did it so we could grow, which is not always why offices are combined these days.”

“You have improved the face value of Franklin Road,” Cindi Parmenter, president of the Brentwood Cool Springs Chamber, said in her remarks, which drew applause.

Mayor Betsy Crossley noted Pinnacle’s relocation was a huge event for Brentwood. She recalled how a gas station with two pumps once stood at the bank’s site in a nod to the past. But her vision was more toward the future, when she mentioned the view from the bank’s second-floor windows. “You can see the future,” she said. “In all directions there are opportunities. We hope to see the rest of this area grow with you.”

In addition to private events scheduled this week to celebrate its opening, Dunn stressed that all are invited to drop in this week to enjoy refreshments and see the building. Bank hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Brentwood Cool Spring Chamber Chairman David Flow congratulates Pinnacle Bank's Brad Dunn on the opening.
Mayor Betsy Crossley shared some history of Brentwood and congratulated Pinnacle on its own history-making accomplishment in the redevelopment of Town Center.
Brentwood Cool Springs Chamber President Cindi Parmenter tells Pinnacle representatives, "You have improved the face value of Franklin Road."

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