61st Annual Macon County Fair :: September 17-20 @ Wayne Proffitt Agricultural Center - 441 South, Franklin, NC

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The Franklin Chamber of Commerce is proud to welcome Outdoor 76 to the Main Street Business Community with a ribbon cutting celebration. Outdoor 76 is located at 76 E. Main Street in downtown Franklin.

Owners, Rob Gasbarro and Cory Mc- Call, are a vital part of the success of this exciting new community-minded business on Main Street. “We are all things outdoors. We want our shop to be a gateway for locals and visitors to be outdoors. We're not just about selling outdoor items” said Rob Gasbarro. “We are also a true outfitter, offering everything from detailed area info to paddling lessons and guided trips as well as kayaking, SUP, and camping gear rentals.” Gasbarro continued.

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Franklin Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting at Karen and Co. located at 52 E. Main Street.

Karen and Co. is a “A Chic Boutique” open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Karen Bacon, owner of Karen and Co., welcomes you to drop by and see all that the store has to offer.

With many lines of merchandise including Brighton, Vera Bradley, Karen Kane, Miraclebody Jeans, Eliza J Dresses, Spanx and Rocket Dog Shoes, to suit everyone’s taste.

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Members of the Franklin Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors held a ribbon cutting ceremony recently to celebrate Rosebud Cottage’s move to Main Street. Rosebud Cottage features “Romantic Home Accents New & Vintage” and is located at 46 E Main St.

Owner Martha Holbrook selects each gift, accessory, collectible, and one-of-a-kind finds including antiques. Products include European soaps and lotions, Bauble Lulu Beads, Beatriz Ball serving pieces, candles, cards & stationery, Rosebud Salve, Watkins products, & more.

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The Franklin Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Life’s Bounty to their new location on Main Street with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Life’s Bounty Gift Shop and Bakery/Café is located at 28 East Main Street. Amanda Hernandez and her dad, Tony Hernandez, offer a wide selection of baked goods along with soups, salads and sandwiches. Be sure to check out their daily specials, too. You’ll have a hard time deciding on your dessert at the end of your meal between the baked goods and ice cream bar.

The staff at Life’s Bounty has over 30 years of bakery experience offering decorated cakes for any occasion including weddings, breads, pastries, pies, fudge, brownies, and so much more.

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