Heritage Ball names chairs for 2022 black-tie occasion

Tom and Cordia Harrington at The Swan Ball 2014 Public sale Committee Kick-off dinner, held on the dwelling of Karen and Bruce Moore.

Cordia and Tom Harrington will function this 12 months’s Heritage Ball chairs when the annual black-tie occasion returns to Franklin this October. The husband and spouse pair based Crown Bakeries (previously Tennessee Bun Firm) in 1996 and have served on numerous group organizations in Center Tennessee.

“We’re honored to host this extraordinary occasion,” Cordia Harrington stated. “Family and friends make Williamson County a magical place to dwell! We’re grateful for the Heritage Basis’s work to protect this particular group.”

Tom and Cordia Harrington have received numerous accolades from Nashville enterprise publications and organizations. Tom acquired a CFO Awards Lifetime Achievement Award from the Nashville Enterprise Journal in 2019, and Cordia was named the Nashville Submit’s 2020 CEO of the 12 months. Their firm, Crown Bakeries, employs greater than 1,500 individuals throughout the US and is thought for high-speed baking.

The Heritage Ball is hosted yearly by the Heritage Basis, a Franklin group for historic preservation. The occasion hosts round 700 individuals annually and features a seated dinner, dancing, cocktails and fundraising. This 12 months’s occasion shall be Oct. 1at Japanese Flank Battlefield Park, and tickets will go on sale in August.

Cole Villena covers Williamson County at The Tennessean, a part of the USA At this time Community — Tennessee. Attain Cole at [email protected] or 615-925-0493. Observe Cole on Twitter at @ColeVillena and on Instagram at @CVinTennessee.

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