Teams battle it out at lip sync competition to benefit nonprofit Waves

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Local businesses battled it out at the third annual Waves Lip Sync Battle, presented by A. Marshall Hospitality, on Friday at the Performing Arts Center at Academy Park in Franklin. 

Five participating teams took the stage to compete for a good cause. The team representing Federated Insurance took home to title as grand champion.

All proceeds raised from the evening benefited Waves’ mission to serve Williamson County adults and children with disabilities. 

“Waves has been part of this community for 46 years, and we’re always needing our community to continue to support us as we grow,” Development and Community Relations Director Emily Layton said. “We’ve gone from serving just a handful of people to serving over 900 people annually.”

About Waves 

Since 1973, Waves has provided aid to people of all ages with developmental disabilities in various ways by offering an Early Learning Program for infants and toddlers, Adult Day Services, an Adult Residential Program, Adult Employment Program and Office Recycling Program.

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