Franklin, TN - April 3, 2013 - Franklin Synergy Bank is sponsoring the 2013 Computer Class series at Franklin Housing Authority (FHA). The series is part of Franklin Housing Authority’s “Resident Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency Program”, which provides a path to ensure that public housing is transitional and not permanent.
Franklin Synergy Sponsors Computer Classes at Franklin Housing Authority
“Helping our neighbors is part of our mission at Franklin Synergy Bank”, commented Franklin Synergy Bank President Richard Herrington. “We understand the value of technology literacy in today’s economy. It’s tough to get a job that fosters independent living without technology skills. We are encouraged by FHA’s Self-Sufficiency Program’s efforts to help FHA resident attain the skills needed for employment.”
About Franklin Synergy Bank
Founded in November 2007, Franklin Synergy Bank currently has five offices in Williamson County and provides deposit and loan products, treasury management and financial planning services for consumers and businesses. Franklin Synergy earned its first profit in 2009, after just five quarters of operation. The bank's assets surpassed $500 million in February 2012.
Additional information about Franklin Synergy is available at the bank’s website: www.franklinsynergybank.com.
About Franklin Housing Authority
The mission of the Franklin Housing Authority is to assist low-income families by providing safe, decent, affordable housing and self-sufficiency opportunities.
Additional information about Franklin Housing Authority is available at:
Photo l to r: FHA’s Cecil Johnson and Executive Director Derwin Jackson, Franklin Synergy’s Jere Pewitt, FHA’s Tena Hardy and Franklin Synergy’s Al Gregory (also Chairman of the Franklin Housing Authority)