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Coming from 495 South you would take exit 16 (Franklin Industrial Park Exit). Once you take the exit you will turn left onto King St. (there will be a set of lights once you get off the highway). Once you turn left and you are on King St. at your second set of lights take a left into the Franklin Industrial Park. Stay straight and BH will be the first building on your left hand side. (fire station will be on your right). The sign is small so be sure to keep your eyes open for our building and playground.

If you are coming from 495 North then take exit 16. Bare right off of the exit onto King St. (there will be a set of lights at the exit). Immediately get into your left lane where you will turn left at the set of light. Once you enter the Industrial Park then the directions are the same as above.

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