The comings and goings and changes keep happening in Downtown Franklin.
The former Rhodes Building at 300 N Main St. is now the beautifully refurbished Bradshaw Building. The new residents include:
Insercorp in Suite 100, where the owner Tim Bradshaw and staff provide quality website, marketing, and IT solutions. They can be reached at 757-337-2940 or www.insercorp.com. Insercorp is also a Downtown Franklin Association sponsor and manages the DFA and We Be Jammin’ websites.
Personal Touch Home Care Services, Inc. resides in Suite 101 after relocating from their former Second Ave. location. They provide support and care for individuals who need help but wish to continue living in their own homes. Services are provided by Certified Nursing Assistants and Personal Care Aides.
In Suite 300, the new Business Class Cleaners has joined our downtown community. Owners Wanda Brooks and Jay Gunn serve businesses in Courtland, Franklin, Suffolk, Chesapeake, Isle of Wight, and other Southampton County locations. Call them at 757-562-0936.
Kaye Weaver is a graduate of The Franklin Business Incubator and the owner of The Horace Mann Company at 214 Middle St. She provides insurance for auto, home, and life, as well as annuities. The company’s goal is to provide lifelong financial well-being for its clients and their families. Call them at 757-562-0936.
We are always sad to lose a downtown colleague as we were when Turn3 Designs & Embroidery closed their doors last year. The good news is thatRichwood Graphics purchased their customer art files, equipment and inventory and can therefore continue to service all those with existing embroidery files (as well as creating new ones). Owners Don and Juanita Richards also offer digitally printed apparel, signs, banners and posters, vinyl lettering, and much more. Call them at 757-562-3299 or visit at 213 N Main Street.