EO Nashville Members in the News: Alex Tolbert, JJ Rosen, Julie May, Curt Hahn, Charles May, Jeff Bradford, Dan Hogan, Benjamin Goldberg, Bob Bernstein, Christopher Redhage, Michael Rustici

April 15, 2016

Articles/Columns
Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] discussed the pros and cons of direct primary care in his article for the Tennessean.

JJ Rosen [Atiba LLC] described spending spring break without Internet in his Tennessean column.

Julie May's [bytes of knowledge] column for the Tennessean shared 5 tools that help marketers understand their consumers.

Curt Hahn [Film House, Inc.] wrote an article for the Tennessean about how the Nashville Film Festival is becoming a hub for the film market.

In the News
The Nashville Business Journal wrote how EO Nashville entrepreneurs are outpacing others across the globe. EO Nashville president Charles May [bytes of knowledge] was quoted on the vibrant business climate in Nashville that allows entrepreneurs to grow.

The Tennessean recognized the following people as notable donors for Jackson Miller’s school board campaign: Jeff Bradford [the Bradford Group], Dan Hogan [Medalogix], Benjamin Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality], Bob Bernstein [Bongo Java].

The Nashville Business Journal published a Q&A with ProviderTrust Inc. [Christopher Redhage], Rustici Software [Michael Rustici] and InQuicker [Michael Brody-Waite] after being named a 2016 Best Place to Work.

The Nashville Business Journal reported that Tim McGraw is joining the board of directors for Narus Health [Michael Burcham].

Fox 17 reported that Edley’s Bar-B-Que [Will Newman] and Beyond The Edge [Matthew Carhette] would be celebrating National Beer Day with two-for-one specials.

The Nashville Scene listed Speakeasy Spirits [Jeff Pennington] and Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] as participants in this year’s Music City Spirits & Cocktail Festival.

The Hacker Street mentioned Mose Ramieh [Power and Generation Testing Inc.] in an article about people who chose to become entrepreneurs later in life.

The Nashville Post reported that K. Clay Hines [Oak Tree Partners] is pre-leasing the mixed-use project in East Nashville that will be called Eastwood Village.

Richmond BizSense reported that Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] will be developing the new apartments for eastern Goochland County at West Creek.

The Music Business Association announced that Paul Jankowski [New Heartland Group] will be one of the presenters at the Brand & Strategic Partnerships Summit in May.

The Ledger Independent talked about Moo TV [Scott Scovill] and its work for a recent Garth Brooks concert.

The Nashville Business Journal and the Tennessean mentioned Eakin Partners [Barry Smith] as the developer for a 12-story office building in Nashville. The Nashville Post and the Nashville Business Journal mentioned a building developed by Eakin Partners as a possible location for the office of Hankook Tire America Corp. The Nashville Business Journal reported that Eakin Partners teamed up with a Nashville banking moguel to build 1201 Demonbreun, a Gulch office building.

Steel Market Update listed Tennessee Steel Haulers [Craig Stanley] as a sponsor for the 6th Steel Summit Conference.

The Williamson Source listed Dan’s Gourmet Mac & Cheese [Dan Stephenson] as a vendor for the 2016 Eat the Street fundraiser in Franklin, TN.

The Tennessean recognized Music City Tents & Events [Joe Freedman, Glenn McConnell, JT Terrell] as one of Ms. Cheap’s best sales.

The Chattanoogan reported that NovaCopy, Inc. [Darren Metz] sponsored Girls Inc.'s 12th Annual UnBought and UnBossed Awards Luncheon. The Tennessean quoted Darren Metz on his excitement as the company moves its location to Sylvan Station on Charlotte Avenue.

ThinkAdvisor mentioned Waddell & Associates [David Waddell] as the first firm headquartered in Tennessee to partner with Focus Financial Partners.

The Exhibitor wrote an article about DWP Live [Danny Whetstone] providing BlackTrax technology for the 2016 Adobe Summit.

The Tennessean reported Anchor Investments, LLC [Micah Lacher] as one of the owners of the site for a new elementary school in the Ridgeview mixed-use community.

The Huffington Post talked about Rory Vaden’s [Southwestern Consulting] success and book, Take The Stairs: 7 Steps to Achieving True SuccessSecurity Systems News listed Rory Vaden as a keynote speaker for the International Security Conference & Exposition.

The Nashville Business Journal and WRAL TechWire reported Joe Kustelski as an investor for a Raleigh, NC startup.

The Nashville Post reported that Civil Site Design Group [Kevin Gangaware] will handle the engineering and planning duties for the 19th Avenue and Broadway two-tower project.

D Healthcare Daily listed GoNoodle [John Herbold] as a partner of Children’s Health System of Texas.

The Tennessean quoted Max Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] on the Band Box’s upcoming miniature golf course.

CBS DC listed Patterson House [Benjamin Goldberg & Max Goldberg] as one of the best bar scenes in Nashville in its entertainment guide.

The Nashville Post reported that Trinisys [David Box] signed a contract with Corizon Health, the prison health services company. The Nashville Post reported Trinisys has promoted its vice president of operations to COO.

The Tennessean quoted Allen Baler [4Patriots LLC] on his excitement about moving 4Patriots to its new office on Elmwood Avenue.

The Nashville Post listed Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] as one of the well-established businesses to move to the Wedgewood-Houston district in the past several years. StyleBlueprint mentioned Corsair Distillery as a great place to have a beer in Nashville. Wine Enthusiast mentioned Corsair Distillery in an article about smoky spirits. An employee of Corsair Distillery talked about what people look for when hiring in the brewing industry in the Bowling Green Daily News.

The Nashville Post reported that Virsys12 [Tammy Hawes] has named two employees to the newly created marketing team and recruited a Chattanooga software developer.

The Tennessean mentioned Bob Bernstein [Bongo Productions] as an investor for mixed-use development, 1821 Jefferson Street.

Clarksvillenow.com reported that Robert Hartline [CallProof] served as a guest speaker for the Congressional Leadership Summit.

The Tennessean reported that Mark Deutschmann [Village Real Estate Services] will participate in the Dancing for Safe Haven charity event. The Nashville Post reported that Village Real Estate Services is handling the pre-sales process for a proposed condominium in Rutledge Hill.

Government Technology, the Chattanooga Times Free Press and the Nashville Business Journal reported that Launch Tennessee [Charlie Brock] has met its goal of $1 billion invested in early-stage Tennessee businesses sooner than expected. Charlie Brock was quoted by the Alabama News Center on the meaning of the 36|86 Conference.  

The Recorder quoted Brent Clements [Addiction Campuses] about a new treatment facility in Massachusetts. The Brentwood Home Page quoted Brent Clements on the importance of forgiving oneself after addiction and understanding that addiction can be treated. The Brentwood Home Page also reported that Addiction Campuses’ public relations director hosted the LGBT Chamber of Commerce Excellence in Business Awards.