March for Trump Franklin Event Flyer

Update: The rally has been cancelled according to a Facebook post from the Williamson County Republican Party.

Dubbed the "March for Trump," the cross-country bus tour currently traveling across the eastern United States is scheduled to make a stop in Franklin on Friday, and will feature a select few speakers including My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell, Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones and more.

Organized by Women for America First, a conservative nonprofit social welfare organization, the event will be held Friday from 6-8 p.m. in the parking lot of Generations Church, located at 408 Church Street in Franklin.

March for Trump Bus Tour

Starting in South Florida, the bus tour made its way north along the east coast up to Virginia, making eight stops along the way. Jetting southwest to Atlanta, Ga., the bus tour will eventually make its way all the way to Minneapolis, Minn., before heading back east towards its final stop in Washington, D.C.

The bus tour will stop in Nashville on Friday in between its stops in Atlanta and Minneapolis.

The bus tour's final stop will see the commencement of a second march in support of Trump in Washington, D.C., with the first march having happened on Nov. 14.

The stop in Franklin

The visit to the parking lot of Generations Church will see a litany of special guests:

  • Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow
  • Vernon Jones, Georgia State Rep.
  • Amy Kremer, Chairman of Women for America First
  • Kylie Jane Kremer, Executive Director, Women for America First
  • Dustin Stockton, Tyrant's Curse
  • Pastor Kent Christmas, Regeneration Nashville
  • Cheryl Brown, Chairman Williamson County Republican Party
  • Cecelia DeSonia, President Moms For Tennessee
  • Tina Marie Griffin, Counter Culture Mom

Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson was originally listed as a special guest on the event's Facebook page, but according to Williamson County GOP Chairman Cheryl Brown, Anderson notified her that he would not be able to attend the event, noting that he "already [had] something else planned for that night."

Brown explained that Anderson had never committed to speaking at the event, and that him being listed as a special guest was merely done prematurely.

Event organizers ask interested guests to join in "supporting President Trump and [celebrating] America," and also ask those interested to RSVP to the event through its Facebook page.

This story was edited on Dec. 2 to note that Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson, who was listed on the event's Facebook page as being a special guest, will not be attending the event.