EO Nashville Members in the News: Alex Tolbert, JJ Rosen, Greg Luken, Paul Jankowski, David Frederiksen, Mark Scrivner, Tom Turner, Dan Hogan, Michael Hodges, Chris Corby, Tom Turner, Daniel Brimer

December 9, 2016

Articles/Columns:

Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] was quoted in a US News & World Report article about alternative choices to the Affordable Care Act.

In his Tennessean column, JJ Rosen [Atiba] discussed how cloud computing is changing the role of tech support.

Greg Luken [Luken Investment Analytics] wrote an article for Financial Advisor about why risk tolerance questionnaires are failing financial advisors.

Breitbart and Campaign Live published an article by Paul Jankowski [New Heartland Group] about his take on the recent #DumpKelloggs viral campaign.

Awards/Professional Recognition:

The Nashville Business Journal featured the following EO Nashville members in Q&As for being named Most Admired CEO:

The Tennessean featured Dan Hogan [Medalogix] in a recap article about the Next Awards and winning Entrepreneur of the Year.

Advance Financial [Michael Hodges] was featured in Nashville Pride for receiving the Financial Service Centers of America (FiSCA) William Siegal Financial Service Provider of the Year Award.

In the News:

Several EO Nashville members were included in a Nashville Business Journal article about the sudden freeze of the new overtime rules. Chris Corby [SFM Facility Management & Maintenance], Tom Turner [DSi], and Daniel Brimer [XCI Building Services] were quoted in the story.

A team member from Bernard Health [Alex Tolbert] was quoted in a Nashville Scene story about the effect of rising insulin prices on diabetics.

Michael Burcham [Narus Health] was mentioned in a Tennessean article about his former role as CEO of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center.

Taste of Country reported that Possum Holdings [Paul Jankowski] has purchased the George Jones museum complex.

Ben Goldberg and Max Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] were mentioned articles by the Tennessean, the Nashville Business Journal and NOBLE about new Nashville restaurant partnerships planning a top-secret project. Pinewood Social was mentioned in an Out and About Nashville article as a favorite place to hold a rehearsal dinner. The Irish News also mentioned Pinewood Social in an article about popular spots to visit in Nashville. Le Sel was mentioned in a Tennessean article about holiday punches. The Nashville Scene announced that The Catbird Seat’s chef will be teaming up with his brother at Le Sel for a special all-you-can-eat event.

The Daily News Journal mentioned Bell and Associates [Darek Bell] in an article about relieving traffic on Memorial Blvd.

Bob Bernstein [Bongo Java Productions] was featured in a Tennessean article about his influence on Nashville coffeehouse and casual dining scene. Bob was also mentioned in a Tennessean article about places to eat and drink in Nashville.

The Nashville Post reported that Mark Deutschmann [Village Real Estate] would attend the ceremonial groundbreaking for the CityLights development in Rutledge Hill. Village Real Estate was mentioned in a Nashville Post article for its participation in the upcoming Salemtown residential project. Core Development was mentioned in a Tennessean article about Bongo Java’s new roasting facility and coffeeshop.

Trinisys [David Box] was featured in a Nashville Post article for the company’s continued growth in 2016.

The Tennessean, the Nashville Post, NOBLE and the Nashville Business Journal reported that Austin Ray [A.Ray Hospitality] is partnering with notable Nashville chef Jason Brumm on a new restaurant concept. The Tennessean also featured an article on Ray and Brumm’s history in the culinary industry.

The Symbiosis Company [Robert Jacobs] was featured in a blog post by Call Centre Helper for its one-of-a-kind customer service mantra.

The Tennessean, the Nashville Post and the Nashville Business Journal reported that Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] has dropped its pursuit for a church site in 12South. The company was mentioned in another Tennessean article purchasing property on Dickerson Pike. The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville Business Journal, WOKV 104.5 and Action News Jacksonville mentioned Bristol Development Group for its role in developing a new apartment tower in Jacksonville. BisNow featured a principle of Bristol Development Group in an article about Nashville’s long term growth and the impact of transit plans. Knoxville Mercury Online mentioned the company’s role in new developments in Knoxville.

The Nashville Ledger featured Elliott Holt [MediCopy] and Angela Proffitt [Vivid Experiences] in a wedding-themed article about Holt’s upcoming nuptials.

Greg Siskind [Siskind Susser PC] was quoted in the Bloomberg BNA Daily Labor Report about immigration.

The Tennessean mentioned Anchor Investments [Micah Lacher] for sponsoring the Sixth Annual Ms. Cheap “What would you do with $500?” Contest.

Michael Brody-Waite [Nashville Entrepreneur Center] was quoted in the Tennessean, the Nashville Post and the Nashville Business Journal about the Nashville Entrepreneur Center’s president stepping down at the end of the year. Michael was also featured in a Tennessean article about the Nashville Entrepreneur Center’s new strategy to connect local entrepreneurs with the most useful organizations.

Carpe Diem! featured Brilliant Sky Toys and Books [William Lee] for their “Meet Santa Claus” event.

The Levine Group [Mike Levine] was mentioned by WGNS News Radio for sponsoring the 2017 Alive At The Bluebird concert series.

The president of LBMC Technology Solutions [Jeff McCorpin] was mentioned in CPA Practice Advisor for being added to the Information Technology Alliance Board of Directors.

The Nashville Post reported that Vaco [Jerry Bostelman] has acquired two Seattle-area companies to support its health care technology business.

Music City Tents and Events [Joe Freedman] was mentioned by StyleBlueprint for its recent work on a southern wedding.

The Advertiser reported that teachers in the Lafayette Parish School System are using GoNoodle [John Herbold] to promote physical activity in the classroom.