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Meet the Home Page editorial staff

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On top of all the changes we’ve made here at Home Page Media Group, we have some new members on our editorial staff. We’d like to take a moment to properly introduce them, along with a little more information on faces you may already know.

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It’s time for us to wish you, your family and your businesses a happy, healthy and prosperous 2015 – may every good thing come your way.

At your locally owned Home Page Media Group, we also hope you enjoy receiving daily reports of the latest ultra-local news coverage of Williamson County when you read our online coverage of the latest events in brentwoodhomepage.com, franklinhomepage.com, nolensvillehomepage.com, or springhillhomepage.com.

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Revenue raised through our “SAY YES” program supplements our advertising income, which remains the heart-and-soul of our business model. As a locally owned-and-operated, bootstrapped operation, our only “investors” are our local advertisers, section sponsors and those who “SAY YES’ by voluntarily subscribing.

One-time or monthly voluntary subscriptions of any amount are appreciated. Those who subscribe for $100 will be included in a Reader’s Council where you are invited to provide feedback and volunteer story ideas to the reporters.

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Dear Friends of Home Page Media Group:

It’s time for us to wish you, your family and your businesses a happy, healthy and prosperous 2015 – may every good thing come your way.

At your locally owned Home Page Media Group, we hope you enjoy receiving daily reports of the latest ultra-local news coverage of Williamson County when you read our online coverage of the latest events in brentwoodhomepage.com, franklinhomepage.com, nolensvillehomepage.com, or springhillhomepage.com.

We also hope you’ll start out 2015 by accepting our invitation to “SAY YES” to the opportunity to make sure all of Williamson County continues to have a locally owned, credible and timely news source with FREE access to all.

Revenue raised through our “SAY YES” program supplements our advertising income, which remains the heart-and-soul of our business model. As a locally owned-and-operated, bootstrapped operation, our only “investors” are our local advertisers, section sponsors and those who “SAY YES’ by voluntarily subscribing.

One-time or monthly voluntary subscriptions of any amount are appreciated. Those who subscribe for $100 will be included in a Reader’s Council where you are invited to provide feedback and volunteer story ideas to the reporters.

As a growing LOCAL business, Home Page Media Group is part of the economic vitality of Williamson County and, more specifically, our four cities. Won’t you “SAY YES” today and become a voluntary subscriber to help ensure we are here for years to come?

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If you prefer to subscribe the old-fashioned way, you can send a check to Home Page Media Group, P.O. Box 3704, Brentwood, TN 37024. If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected].

Thank you and Happy New Year !

Kelly Gilfillan

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It’s time for us to wish you, your family and your businesses a happy, healthy and prosperous 2015 – may every good thing come your way.

It’s time for us to wish you, your family and your businesses a happy, healthy and prosperous 2015 – may every good thing come your way.

At your locally owned Home Page Media Group, we also hope you enjoy receiving daily reports of the latest ultra-local news coverage of Williamson County when you read our online coverage of the latest events in brentwoodhomepage.com, franklinhomepage.com, nolensvillehomepage.com, or springhillhomepage.com.

We also hope you’ll start out 2015 by accepting our invitation for you to “SAY YES” to the opportunity to make sure all of Williamson County continues to have a locally owned, credible and timely news source with FREE access to all.

Revenue raised through our “SAY YES” program supplements our advertising income, which remains the heart-and-soul of our business model. As a locally owned-and-operated, bootstrapped operation, our only “investors” are our local advertisers, section sponsors and those who “SAY YES’ by voluntarily subscribing.

One-time or monthly voluntary subscriptions of any amount are appreciated. Those who subscribe for $100 will be included in a Reader’s Council where you are invited to provide feedback and volunteer story ideas to the reporters.

As a growing LOCAL business, Home Page Media Group is part of the economic vitality of Williamson County and, more specifically, our four cities. Won’t you “SAY YES” today and become a voluntary subscriber to help ensure we are here for years to come?

YES! — I want to become a voluntary subscriber.

To take part, simply CLICK on a payment option below. Please note: You will leave our site and go to the PayPal payment site. We have been safely using PayPal for more than five years and consider it the safest way for you to help via your voluntary subscription.

If you prefer to subscribe the old-fashioned way, you can send a check to Home Page Media Group, P.O. Box 3704, Brentwood, TN 37024. If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected].

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It’s time for us to wish you, your family and your businesses a happy, healthy and prosperous 2015 – may every good thing come your way.

At your locally owned Home Page Media Group, we also hope you enjoy receiving daily reports of the latest ultra-local news coverage of Williamson County when you read our online coverage of the latest events in brentwoodhomepage.com, franklinhomepage.com, nolensvillehomepage.com, or springhillhomepage.com.

We also hope you’ll start out 2015 by accepting our invitation for you to “SAY YES” to the opportunity to make sure all of Williamson County continues to have a locally owned, credible and timely news source with FREE access to all.

Revenue raised through our “SAY YES” program supplements our advertising income, which remains the heart-and-soul of our business model. As a locally owned-and-operated, bootstrapped operation, our only “investors” are our local advertisers, section sponsors and those who “SAY YES’ by voluntarily subscribing.

One-time or monthly voluntary subscriptions of any amount are appreciated. Those who subscribe for $100 will be included in a Reader’s Council where you are invited to provide feedback and volunteer story ideas to the reporters.

As a growing LOCAL business, Home Page Media Group is part of the economic vitality of Williamson County and, more specifically, our four cities. Won’t you “SAY YES” today and become a voluntary subscriber to help ensure we are here for years to come?

YES! — I want to become a voluntary subscriber.

To take part, simply CLICK on a payment option below. Please note: You will leave our site and go to the PayPal payment site. We have been safely using PayPal for more than five years and consider it the safest way for you to help via your voluntary subscription.

If you prefer to subscribe the old-fashioned way, you can send a check to Home Page Media Group, P.O. Box 3704, Brentwood, TN 37024. If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected].

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Our story: Anniversary offers time to reflect on BHP’s impact, growth

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By SUSAN LEATHERS & KELLY GILFILLAN

First in a series on Brentwood Home Page’s history as it celebrates its fourth anniversary.

A fourth anniversary isn’t as sexy as a first, or fifth, or as revered as much as a silver, gold or diamond one. But as Brentwood Home Page marks its official fourth anniversary this month, we want to begin to share with you, our readers, a few of the milestones that have brought us here.

A fourth anniversary isn’t as sexy as a first, or fifth, or as revered as much as a silver, gold or diamond one. But as Brentwood Home Page marks its official fourth anniversary this month, we want to begin to share with you, our readers, a few of the milestones that have brought us here. We also want to say thank you to those of you who have been with us from the start and all the rest who have joined us along the way.

In coming days, we’ll share our news story, our advertising story and a bit about our impact in and on the community.

Are we tooting our own horn? Yes, a bit. But anniversaries are a time to celebrate, and a time to reflect. With the official launch of our third site, Nolensville Home Page, it seems an appropriate time to do both.

Most all, it’s a time to say Thank You for reading, for contributing, for advertising and for supporting our advertisers. We truly see what we do as a public service — and one that is making an impact on the city we call home.

When we launched Brentwood Home Page as a local, independent online “newspaper without the pulp,”  we started at ground zero. We told ourselves, “Well, if there’s no news in Brentwood one day, we can always go out and take a feature photo.” One of our early advisers told us that when it came to marketing our first ads, we’d be selling “air” since we didn’t even have an actual website yet.

Today we’re happy to report we have never had a day without news; in fact, most days there’s more news than we can post. And we sold out our advertising inventory within two months. We had to quickly go back to the drawing board to add more.

It hasn’t been easy. And despite appearances, no one here is getting rich, far from it. But with pride we can announce that in its first four years, BHP has had 1,051,000 unique visitors, 3.3 million visits and over 7 million page views.

We have also grown our parent company, BrentWord Communications LLC. From our humble 2009 beginning in a home office in Meadowlake, in January 2011 we hung our shingle well, make that our big feathered “B”â€â€Âon an office building in Brentwood’s Town Center. We added BHP’s popular weekly Real Estate section on our first anniversary. We launched Franklin Home Page on our third, and now, on our fourth, Nolensville Home Page. In January of this year, we launched BrentWord Marketing.

The “Susan and Kelly show” has given way to a paid staff of talented and dedicated news, advertising, and design professionals. Joining them in our mission of providing the most comprehensive coverage of the city and Williamson County are our engaging columnists, a family of freelance sports writers and photographers, and many community correspondents.

Soon after our site went live, we were featured in a Nashville Business Journal story about the Ladies Who Launch organization. Less than four years later, in the spring of this year, we were honored to be named one of the journal’s Williamson County Impact Award recipients. The United Way of Williamson County honored us with its Excellence in Media Award last year.

Susan is a 2010 graduate of Leadership Brentwood and was a member of the 2013 inaugural Williamson County Schools Ambassadors class. Kelly will graduate from the regional Transit Citizen Leadership Academy this week and is a member of the Leadership Franklin’s Class of 2014.

As we reflect on our growth, we would be remiss to not mention our families our husbands and children, parents, in-laws, siblings and others who have walked through the wilderness with us, and who have supported us through the highs and lows of bootstrapping a business from scratch and all of the sacrifices that presents, personally and financially.

The news business isn’t always pretty. There are always good stories and bad to report. That’s why we’re here. From the beginning, we’ve sold Brentwood Home Page as being independent and credible. We strive every day to stay true to that course. And we’re still doing it at no charge to our readers.

Thanks again for being part of our story, and for helping us celebrate.

Susan Leathers and Kelly Gilfillan

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Coming Thursday: A look at the business side of Brentwood Home Page.

About Nolensville Home Page…

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Nolensville Home Page is the newest site dedicated to independent and credible news coverage of Williamson County produced by BrentWord Communications LLC. We started our Williamson County-based company in June of 2009 and launched Brentwood Home Page the following September. Franklin Home Page launched in September 2012, followed by BrentWord Marketing in January of 2013….

Nolensville Home Page is a site dedicated to independent and credible news coverage of Williamson County produced by BrentWord Communications LLC. We started our Williamson County-based company in June of 2009 and launched Brentwood Home Page the following. Franklin Home Page launched in September 2012, followed by BrentWord Marketing in January of 2013. Spring Hill Home Page launched July 1, 2014.

The Nolensville area, with its rapid growth, wonderful quality of life and growing business community, became the next natural place to expand.

BrentWord Communications LLC is owned by Kelly Gilfillan.

About us’¦.

BrentWord Communications LLC was launched in 2009 by then-owners Susan Leathers and Kelly Gilfillan, who began to publish a hyper-local daily online newspaper called Brentwood Home Page.

BHP quickly became THE ‘go to place for everything Brentwood’ and is so popular it has been followed since 2012 by the launches of Franklin Home Page, Nolensville Home Page, and Spring Hill Home Page. Williamson County finds its news on a local level on these four sites as well as county news from the school system and county commission.

Each site focuses on hyper-local coverage of hard news, arts and entertainment, community, features, real estate, schools, and sports. Well-liked weekly columnists add to the local flavor of the sites. The BC ‘family’ of

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news sites has amassed more than 15 million page views in their brief existences.

Popular weekly real estate sections in the Home Pages of Brentwood, Franklin, Nolensville, and Spring Hill include various editorial features, Showcase Homes and regular accounts of real estate sales in each.

Annual special sections published by BrentWord Communications attract targeted audiences throughout the year. They include the area’s most comprehensive Prep Football Focus sections, Be Healthy Guides, Holiday Shopping Guides and Senior Salutes.

BrentWord Communications has expanded to offer unique, reasonably priced products designed to reach one of Middle Tennessee’s most desired demographic groups ‘ the affluent and highly educated residents and workers of Williamson County. BC also has broadened its available small business marketing strategies to specifically focus on

content marketing, graphic design services, and social media.

The digital news company underwent a 2014 reorganization and expansion when the veteran newswoman Leathers stepped aside to pursue different interests and Gilfillan assumed the titles of CEO and Executive Editor. Gilfillan is a Brentwood native whose diverse resume includes leadership positions in the fields of sales and marketing, including media and healthcare. Gilfillan is an alumni of the Leadership Franklin Class of 2014 and the Transit Citizens Leadership Academy. She enjoys serving her community in organizations such as Williamson Inc and the Williamson County Anti-Drug Coalition.

Almost from the start, BrentWord Communications’ voluntary Advisory Board has helped direct the company’s amazing success. Members are Arnelle Adcock, partner, Clover Management Group; Randy Lee, certified financial planner, TrustCore; Marshall S. Martin, president, Stratasan; Devin McClendon, president, NAI Nashville; Debra T. Phillips, assistant U.S. Attorney-Middle Tennessee District.; Dottie Pope, retired pharmacist and community volunteer

Jessica Pace is our lead Nolensville reporter, supported by the rest of the BrentWord Communications news staff, Stuart Ervin, Jonathan Romeo and Sarah Kingsbury, and a wonderful community of local contributors. Our advertising efforts in Nolensville area are led by Sue Falls, Lana Reed and Debbie Hill. Cal Long is our Creative Director.

BrentWord Communications is an active member of Williamson Inc., the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce, and a supporter and sponsor of multiple community organizations and events.

Our mission is to provide a credible, trusted news source and vibrant, interactive business partner to the Nolensville-South Davidson-east Brentwood business and residential communities

To Contact Us:

BrentWord Communications LLC

Mailing address:

P.O. Box 3704

Brentwood, TN 37024

Physical address:

130 Wilson Pike Circle

Brentwood, TN 37027

Phone: 615-712-6500

Fax: 615-349-3546

For advertising information:

Call 615-712-6500, email [email protected] or CLICK HERE for more info

To report a news tip:

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Angela Legge, business office

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Cover photograph of the historic Nolan House by Andrew Collignon for Nolensville Home Page

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Please support our sponsors

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Brentwood Home Page is supported by a great group of loyal advertisers.  Saying thank you to them is just not enough so we ask our readers to support those who support us.  Please do business with these great organizations and tell them thank you for supporting your local community newspaper.

Without these businesses, Brentwood Home Page could not provide the quality, independent daily news that we strive to bring Brentwood each day.

A Moments Peace9050 Carother’s Parkway, #108Franklin, TN 37067
A. Holiday & Company7020 Church St. East Brentwood Court #1Brentwood, TN 37027
A1 Appliance5410 Harding RdNashville, TN 37205
Accent Flowers312 Wilson Pike CircleBrentwood, TN 37027
Akin Bimmer Works328 Southgate CtBrentwood, TN 37027
Amy WyattWorth Properties521 Waxwood Drive
Andy Beasley, Brentview Realty7101 Peach CtBrentwood, TN 37027
Austin Funeral & Cremation Services5115 Maryland WayBrentwood, TN 37027
Bett Family Chiropractic330 Franklin Rd. St. 266BBrentwood, TN 37027
Big Frog Custom TShirts9135 Carothers Parkway, Suite 103Brentwood, TN 37027
Bravo Gelato / Christie Cookies101 Creekside Crossing, Ste 1750Brentwood, TN 37027
Brentwood Academy219 Granny White PikeBrentwood, TN 37027
Brentwood Eye Clinic5554 Franklin PikeNashville, TN 37220
Brentwood Granite7106 Crossroads Blvd Ste 222Brentwood, TN 37027
Brentwood Hearing Center5544 Franklin Rd, Suite 100Nashville, TN 37027
Brentwood Jewelry7012 Church Street EastBrentwood, TN 37027
1505 Dillard Court1505 Dillard CourtBrentwood, TN 37027
Brentwood Roesch-Patton Funeral Home9010 Church Street, EastBrentwood, TN 37027
Brentwood RotaryP.O. Box 382Brentwood, TN 37027
Brentwood Soccer ClubAndrea KenneyPO Box 3113
Brentwood United Methodist Church309 Franklin Road
Brentwood, TN 37027
C’est Moi7020 Church St East
Brentwood, TN  37027
California Closets7106 CrossroadsBrentwood, TN 37027
Carolyn Jennings, Bob Parks Realty8119 Isabella Lane, Suite 105Brentwood, TN 37027
5214 Maryland Way, Suite 102Brentwood, TN 37027 
119 Seaboard Lane Ste 401Franklin, TN 37069 
Chip KerrCrye-Leike Realtors 
Christmas VillageP.O. Box 158826Nashville, TN 37215-8826
Clearwater Pools330 Franklin Rd # 242Brentwood, TN 37027
Cool Springs Upholstery1120 Harpeth Industrial CourtFranklin, TN 37067
2323 A Old Hickory BlvdPhil Newman2323 A Old Hickory Blvd
Cremation & Funeral Services of Nashville210 McMillan StreetNashville, TN 37203
Crest Cadillac2121 Rosa L. Parks Blvd.Nashville, TN 37228
Crest Honda2215 Rosa L Parks BoulevardNashville, TN 37228
2025 Mallory LaneFranklin, TN 37067 
Cross Corner Bar & Grill330 Franklin RdBrentwood, TN 37027
Daisy Chain330 Mayfield Dr. C9Franklin, TN 37067
862 Windstone BlvdBrentwood, TN  37027 
Dee Russell, Realty TrustDee Russell 
Dr. Ken RobertsonKen Robertson5409 Maryland Way, Suite 210
Elizabeth Sikora, Realty Trust1600 Westgate Circle, Ste. 100Brentwood, Tennessee 37027
Executive Travel & ParkingDavid Hornsby616 Royal Parkway
Fahrenheit Yoga1195 Old Hickory Blvd.2nd Floor, Suite 202
   
Fleet Feet330 Franklin Rd. Suite 262BBrentwood, TN 37027
Flow Construction Company3628 Trousdale Dr Ste ENashville, TN 37204
Franklin Wine & Spirits1400 Liberty Pike #300Franklin, TN 37067
Fresh Style/Vignette/Raine  
Gabriels Garden100 Creekside CrossingBrentwood, TN 37027
Giggles ClothingSara Beth Sheehan330 Franklin Road
Global Motorsports Inc.7116 Moores LaneBrentwood, TN 37027
Hair Expressions245 Franklin RdBrentwood, TN 37027
Happy ReTales101 Creekside CrossingBrentwood, TN  37027
Harmony Air/JWN Wings of Eagles210 Tune Airport DriveNashville, Tn 37209
Harpeth Hills Church of Christ1949 Old Hickory BoulevardBrentwood, TN 37027
Hobby LobbyDebra Love5614 Franklin Pike Circle
ICS Law GroupGweny Calaberdino370 Mallory Station Road, St 521
Inside Out Play Park615 Baker’s Bridge AveFranklin, TN 37067
Jerry Lindsey JewelrySuzie Lindsey5008 Thoroughbred Lane
Jets PizzaLarry LeVigne15538 Old Hickory Blvd
Jim Kennedy Sales & Leasing1614 Franklin RdBrentwood, TN 37027
Jonathan’s Grille7135 South Springs DriveFranklin, TN 37067
Kalamatas330 Franklin Rd, 940DBrentwood, TN 37027
Kemp Orthodontics7000 Executive Center Drive, Bldg. 2Brentwood, TN 37027
Dr. Ken Robertson5409 Maryland Way, Ste 210Brentwood, TN 37027
Koko Fitness Club101 Creekside CrossingBrentwood, TN 37027
La Chique BoutiqueRachel Mattum330 Franklin Road
Legend Home Builders7123 Crossroads Blvd., Suite B,Brentwood, TN 37027
Lisa Culp Taylor, Bob Parks Realty237 Poteat PLFranklin, TN 37064
Marla Richardson, Realty Trust1600 Westgate Cir, Ste 100Brentwood, TN 37027
Mary Kocina, Fridrich & Clark5200 Maryland WayBrentwood, TN 37027
Mary Lee Bunch7113 Peach Ct # 111Brentwood, TN 37027
Maryland Farms ChiropracticRebecca Pugh 
   
Mere Bulles RestaurantStephen Smithing5201 Maryland Way
Montgomery Bell AcademyChris Smith4001 Harding Road
Moon Wine & LiquorEddie MoonMoores Lane
Nashville Oral Surgery5802 Nolensville Rd.Nashville, TN 37214
Neighbor MD210 Franklin RoadBrentwood, TN 37027
Our Savior Lutheran AcademyHolly Koogler5110 Franklin Rd.
Overbrook School/St. Cecelia Academy4210 Harding RdNashville, TN 37205
Owls HillRoger Shirley 
Patricia Myatt, Benchmark Realty211 Long Valley RoadBrentwood, TN 37027
Paul Ross, Realty Trust1600 Westgate Circle, Suite 100

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Brentwood Home Page announces your milestones

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Brentwood Home Page wants to help you let the world know about the Milestones in your life! But we do have guidelines.  Milestones can be Eagle Scout honors, anniversary announcements, college graduations, and many other celebrations in your life that you want to share with your community.

Milestone announcements must be emailed to our office at [email protected] preferably in a Word document.

Brentwood Home Page wants to help you let the world know about the Milestones in your life. But we do have guidelines.  Milestones can be Eagle Scout honors, anniversary announcements, college graduations, and many other times in your life that you want to celebrate with your community.

Milestone announcements must be emailed to our office at [email protected] preferably in a Word document.

Provide us with all pertinent information and if you wish, attach a photograph.  Please put Milestone Announcement in the subject line.  No addresses will be permitted in this information for safety reasons. 

If you prefer to mail your announcement and picture, send to Brentwood Home Page, P.O. Box 3704, Brentwood, TN 37024.

Help us grow, and win gift card too

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Brentwood Home Page

We would love our readers help in identifying qualified leads for advertisers willing to support BHP’s mission – to provide a credible, independent and essential news source for Brentwood, while providing an affordable venue for businesses and services to target the city’s educated, affluent and tech-savvy demographics. To that end, BHP will offer a $25 gift card from for each qualified lead that turns into a sale.  How does our promotion work? Click Read More to find out!

Brentwood Home Page

From the start, Brentwood Home Page readers have been able to access daily news and information about Brentwood when and where they want it – all it takes is an internet connection or a smartphone. Best of all, it’s always been free.

But to remain that way, we would love our readers help in identifying qualified leads for advertisers willing to support BHP’s mission – to provide a credible, independent and essential news source for Brentwood, while providing an affordable venue for businesses and services to target the city’s educated, affluent and tech-savvy demographics.

To that end, BHP will offer a $25 gift card from for each qualified lead that turns into a sale. 

How does our promotion work? Go out and tell your favorite local and regional businesses that they should consider advertising with Brentwood Home Page. Tell them why you love it as a reader.  Then contact BHP co-owner and managing partner Kelly Gilfillan with the lead, which will be immediately contacted by our sales staff. If a sale is made, you will receive your choice of a Mere Bulls’ Restaurant, Accent Flowers or Roosters Men’s Grooming gift card.

 “We put out triple the headlines of our much-bigger competition with a skeleton staff,” said Gilfillan. “We do it because we are passionate about our community, our city and the schools which make up the lives we live.

“Caring about what you do and living side by side with those you write about drives you to do your best. But we have reached a point that we cannot sustain our coverage and growth without additional revenue.

“To keep our service free to readers, we must increase our advertising base. That’s why we’re asking for your help. We also encourage all of our readers to support our current advertisers. Without them, the daily, breaking news coverage Brentwood has come to rely on in the past two years would not be possible.

Send your advertising leads to [email protected] with AD LEAD in the subject line. Be sure to include contact information for the potential advertiser as well as your name, address and a daytime telephone number.

 “We appreciate so much the continual support of our readers,” said editor and publisher Susan Leathers. “We want to continually improve Brentwood Home Page and we know we can do that with the support of our readership.”

 

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Brentwood Home Page

We would love our readers help in identifying qualified leads for advertisers willing to support BHP’s mission – to provide a credible, independent and essential news source for Brentwood, while providing an affordable venue for businesses and services to target the city’s educated, affluent and tech-savvy demographics. To that end, BHP will offer a $25 gift card from for each qualified lead that turns into a sale.  How does our promotion work? Click Read More to find out!

Brentwood Home Page

From the start, Brentwood Home Page readers have been able to access daily news and information about Brentwood when and where they want it – all it takes is an internet connection or a smartphone. Best of all, it’s always been free.

But to remain that way, we would love our readers help in identifying qualified leads for advertisers willing to support BHP’s mission – to provide a credible, independent and essential news source for Brentwood, while providing an affordable venue for businesses and services to target the city’s educated, affluent and tech-savvy demographics.

To that end, BHP will offer a $25 gift card from for each qualified lead that turns into a sale. 

How does our promotion work? Go out and tell your favorite local and regional businesses that they should consider advertising with Brentwood Home Page. Tell them why you love it as a reader.  Then contact BHP co-owner and managing partner Kelly Gilfillan with the lead, which will be immediately contacted by our sales staff. If a sale is made, you will receive your choice of a Mere Bulls’ Restaurant, Accent Flowers or Roosters Men’s Grooming gift card.

 “We put out triple the headlines of our much-bigger competition with a skeleton staff,” said Gilfillan. “We do it because we are passionate about our community, our city and the schools which make up the lives we live.

“Caring about what you do and living side by side with those you write about drives you to do your best. But we have reached a point that we cannot sustain our coverage and growth without additional revenue.

“To keep our service free to readers, we must increase our advertising base. That’s why we’re asking for your help. We also encourage all of our readers to support our current advertisers. Without them, the daily, breaking news coverage Brentwood has come to rely on in the past two years would not be possible.

Send your advertising leads to [email protected] with AD LEAD in the subject line. Be sure to include contact information for the potential advertiser as well as your name, address and a daytime telephone number.

 “We appreciate so much the continual support of our readers,” said editor and publisher Susan Leathers. “We want to continually improve Brentwood Home Page and we know we can do that with the support of our readership.”

 

 

Advertising Info Request

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Class of 2010 Senior Salute

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Class of 2010
Senior Salute Information Page
Brentwood Home Page is offering parents, grandparents, teachers and others the opportunity to write their favorite senior a letter of recognition and encouragement which will be published in our special Senior Salute section. It will remain live on BHP through July 15. We’d love to include a senior portrait too! So more parents will participate, we have dropped the $25 fee. Letters will be accepted through May 31.
 
What we need in an email:
Senior Student’s Name
Parent’s (or person submitting’s) Name
Phone Number
Email Address
 
Letters should be 200 words or less and emailed to [email protected]. Please send photo digitally in .jpg format or mail to BHP Senior Salute, P.O. Box 3704, Brentwood, TN 37024. Please put SENIOR SALUTE in the subject line. Questions? Call 221-8604.

About Us

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Important Links to Everything Brentwood

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City of Brentwoodwww.brentwood-tn.org
Brentwood Cool Springs Chamber of Commercewww.brentwood.org
Brentwood Librarywww.brentwood-tn.org/library
Williamson Countywww.williamsoncounty-tn.gov
Williamson County Schoolswww.wcs.edu
Williamson A.M. of The Tennesseanwww.tennessean.com/section/COUNTY0903
Williamson County Association of Realtorswww.williamsoncountryrealtors.org 
Williamson Heraldwww.williamsonherald.com
Cool Springs Chamber of Commercewww.coolspringschamber.org
Brentwood High Schoolwww.wcs.edu/bhs
Ravenwood High Schoolwww.wcs.edu/rhs
Brentwood Middle Schoolwww.wcs.edu/bms
Woodland Middle Schoolwww.wcs.edu/wms
Sunset Middle Schoolwww.wcs.edu/ssms
Crockett Elementary Schoolwww.wcs.edu/ces
Edmondson Elementary Schoolwww.wcs.edu/ees
Grassland Elementary Schoolwww.wcs.edu/ges
Kenrose Elementary Schoolwww.wcs.edu/kes
Lipscomb Elementary Schoolwww.wcs.edu/les
Scales Elementarywww.wcs.edu/ses
Sunset Elementarywww.wcs.edu/sses