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Franklin Transit Authority celebrates Holly Trolley holiday tradition with new commemorative print


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Preston Elliott, Chairman, Franklin Transit Authority; Kelly Dannesfelder, Treasurer, TMA Group Board of Directors, and Debbie Henry, Executive Director, Franklin Transit Authority, reveal the limited edition commemorative print “Holly Trolley – A Franklin Tradition.” The 18-inch by 24-inch poster print is available for purchase at the The TMA/Franklin Transit Center, 708 Columbia Ave. in Franklin, while supplies last.


In celebration of Franklin’s Holly Trolley, a limited edition commemorative 18-inch by 24-inch poster print of the Holly Trolley is now available. The print, titled “Holly Trolley – A Franklin Tradition,” was developed by the TMA Group in creative collaboration with Kirk Johnson, Greenyus Posters, LLC and VintageFranklin.com.  

“Since the Holly Trolley began with one vehicle on a single December night in 2003, it has always been a sell-out event,” commented Debbie Henry, executive director of Franklin Transit Authority. “It has grown to two trolleys, four weekends in December with multiple times and has become a holiday tradition in Franklin. We are excited to offer this limited edition print for those who have enjoyed the Holly Trolley and made it part of their holiday celebrations.”

Only 200 prints are available; the cost of an unframed print is $10. Prints can be purchased at The TMA/Franklin Transit Center, 708 Columbia Ave. in Franklin, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Cash or checks are accepted.   

The Holly Trolley, featuring the light displays in Franklin, Brentwood and Williamson County, will travel each remaining weekend in December. A few seats are still available for Dec. 29 and 30; call 615-628-0270 for information.

Franklin Transit Authority operates three fixed routes throughout the City of Franklin, in addition to the TODD (Transit On DemanD) service. Transit vehicles are equipped with bicycle racks, increasing sustainable transportation connections throughout the Franklin area.  The TMA Group is a regional leader in customizing environmentally friendly, multimodal solutions for employers and communities. The TMA Group manages and operates the Franklin Transit service. For information about Franklin Transit Authority and its services, visit www.franklintransit.org or call 615-628-0260.

 

Posted on: 12/18/2012

 
 

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