FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Visit Franklin has launched an e-commerce site at, responding to consumer demand and making it easier for visitors to have a little bit of Franklin wherever they live. The e-commerce site will offer a full range of merchandise that is available at the Visitor Center, along with web exclusive products. 
The Visitors Center offers a wide range of apparel and keepsakes, like the popular #FranklinTN t-shirts and Franklin scented candles, for visitors wanting to remember their visit along with a growing array of products and art that are produced by local businesses and artists. 
“There is a big opportunity for us through e-commerce to share Franklin, and the Franklin brand, with people all over the world,” said Megan Weisinger, Senior Manager of Visitor Services and Business Development. 
“When visitors shop with us in the Visitors Center, for many of them it is the only opportunity they will have to shop with us. This allows us to grow our return customer base and better service our visitors. We also are very proud that it will give us another avenue to promote the incredible local products and art we have here.”
The Visit Franklin e-commerce site will also be the place to begin your holiday shopping with Cyber Monday deals, that will include deep discounts on merchandise and free gifts for those spending over $50.
 The Williamson County Convention & Visitors Bureau (WCCVB) is the official destination marketing organization for Franklin and the unique communities of Williamson County, Tennessee. The WCCVB stimulates economic growth through the promotion of travel and tourism assets such as history, music, attractions, entertainment, the arts, and events to visitors from around the world. For information on Franklin and Williamson County, visit us on the web at
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With a passion for new experiences, taking the back roads, and seeing everything possible, Matt serves as Visit Franklin's Senior Director of Public Relations connecting the many unique stories in the Franklin community with great journalists and storytellers worldwide. When not pitching a story idea to travel writers, you’ll likely find him working as a photographer on the sidelines of college and professional sports events across the Southeast.