EO Nashville Members in the News: Benjamin Goldberg, James Fields, Patrick Burke, Ashlyn Hines, Michael Hodges, John Huber, Bert Lyles, Jennifer Halverson, JJ Rosen, Barry Smith, Darek Bell...

January 30, 2015

Nashville Scene mentioned Pinewood Social [Benjamin Goldberg]’s alcohol-free mocktail options.

James Fields [Concept Technology] suggested ways to use technology to our creative and social advantages in his Tennessean column.

The rebranding of Zumi into Lucky Belly [Patrick Burke] appeared in a Tennessean article on changes in the Hillsboro Village area. The restaurant also made Style Blueprint’s list of eight new restaurants to try in Nashville. Nashville Scene featured Lucky Belly in its First Bite section.

Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] announced its plans to break ground on the Cool Springs Ovation project in the Nashville Business Journal.

Articles in the Tennessean and Nashville Business Journal announced Advance Financial [Michael Hodges]’s move into The Boot Factory in the Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood.

A Tennessean article mentioned Moo Creative Media’s [John Huber] instrumental role in Nashville’s creative community.

A San Diego Union Tribune article discussed how Showhomes’ [Bert Lyles] home staging methods expedite the selling process.

Adventureworks [Jennifer Halverson] was featured in Newsmax as an exciting Nashville destination.

JJ Rosen’s [Atiba] Tennessean article offered advice on how to make sure a website’s host is reliable and secure.

The Tennessean quoted Barry Smith [Eakin Partners] in an article about Duke Realty’s under contract portfolio.

The Daily News announced that Bell and Associates Construction [Darek Bell] will spearhead the construction of Rutherford County’s new $60 million judicial building. Corsair Distillery made the Sun Time’s list of ten great distilleries to visit in Kentucky.

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[Photo courtesy of Corsair Distillery]

Will Cheek, an attorney with Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone], spoke with WSMV about what House Bill 11 means for the wine on grocery store shelves in Tennessee.

A Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschman] house deal was the Sale of the Week in a recent Tennessee Ledger article.

The Times Free Press covered Launch Tennessee’s [Charlie Brock] TENN Roadshow, a state-wide tour of promising graduates from regional accelerators. The company’s announcement that 2014 investments in Tennessee startups totaled over $276 million appeared in the Columbia Daily Herald. Commercial Appeal announced that applications are open for ZeroTo510, an accelerator program funded by Launch Tennessee.

Fenwick’s 300 and Fido [Bob Bernstein] made Style Blueprint’s list of eight new restaurants to try in Nashville. Fido was also mentioned in a recent Tennessean article on changes in the Hillsboro Village area.

The Nashville Business Journal announced finalists for the Best in Business Awards. Several EO members made the list including:

·      Computer Pros, Joshua Boyd

·      Concept Technology, James Fields

·      DSi, Tom Turner

·      Local Search Masters, Brad Hill

·      Petra Coach, Andy Bailey

·      Rustici Software, Michael Rustici

·      Stewart Transportation Solutions, Edward Stewart

·      Vertek Solutions, Brian Murphy

·      Virsys12, Tammy Hawes

·      Werthan, Jeremy Werthan