First Farmers Celebrates Grand Opening of Berry Farms
First Farmers and Merchants Bank held a grand opening of its newest financial center at Berry Farms located in southern Williamson County at 1004 Village Plains Blvd. The new financial center marks the bank’s third Williamson County location and 20th office in middle Tennessee.
First Farmers financial centers offer customers a full-suite of services including personal banking, business banking, mortgage lending, commercial banking, trust, wealth management and investment services.
“We are excited to announce the opening of Berry Farms, which will further expand our service footprint in Williamson County.” said T. Randy Stevens, Chairman and CEO, First Farmers and Merchants Bank. “Williamson County remains a strategic growth market for our bank as we plan to open additional financial centers over the next 12 months. With 20 locations across middle Tennessee, we look forward to continuing our expansion and bringing our customer focused style of banking to new markets across the region.”
Located along I-65 at the Peytonsville Road interchange, Berry Farms is a 600-acre mixed-use development featuring a wide-range of housing, retail and over 3 million square feet of office space. Berry Farms is quickly becoming the “Southern Gateway” to one of the fastest growing economies in the United States.
The ground breaking ceremony featured a number of local dignitaries including Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson, City of Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Nancy Conway, Senior Vice President of Community Relations for Williamson Inc.
“As you look out into the future, this part of our county will continue to flourish.” said Rogers Anderson, Williamson County Mayor. “To the First Farmers staff, management team and board of directors, thank you for choosing Williamson County.”
City of Franklin Mayor Ken Moore added, “First Farmers has a long legacy of being part of the community and helping the community, and when they moved to Williamson County they continued that tradition. We are very appreciative First Farmers is not only doing business here, but they are being part of our community and contributing greatly. Congratulations on the new branch. We continue to look forward to First Farmers’ additional growth here in Williamson County.”