Scholarship Opportunities and Community Service

"Tradition of Service Award"

Presented by Franklin American Mortgage Company and the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl

Purpose

The Tradition of Service Award rewards outstanding community service contribution by a football student-athlete from a Middle Tennessee high school in honor of Franklin American Mortgage Company's commitment to "relationships built on service" and the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl, Nashville's Holiday Tradition.  The winner of the Tradition of Service Award will receive a $2,500 college scholarship.

Criteria

  • Junior or senior student-athlete currently enrolled in a designated Middle Tennessee high school
  • Member of their school's varsity football program
  • Evidence of outstanding community service contribution

Update: Deadline extended to December 6

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Award

In addition to their award presentation at the Franklin American Mortgage Company Coaches Luncheon in Decmber, the winning student-athlete will also receive a $2,500 college scholarship.The Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl further supports various initiatives such as Youth Football, the First Tee Program and in 2010 provided much needed flood recovery relief through its Franklin American Mortgage Charity Cup. Nearly $250,000 was provided in 2010 through the Bowl's contributions which included a $100,000 grant from NCAA Football for specific flood support.


 
 

Franklin American Mortgage Company President & CEO Dan Crockett with Al Cobb, 2012's Tradition of Service Award winner.  Al Cobb attended Giles County High School and is currently enrolled at the Virginia Military Institute.