EO Nashville Members in the News: Julie May, Tom Turner, David Box, Tammy Hawes, Ben Goldberg, Max Goldberg, Dan Hogan, Alex Tolbert, Mike Hodges, James Fields, Andy Bailey, Darek Bell, Bob Bernstein

June 3, 2016

Articles/Columns
Julie May [bytes of knowledge] discussed Kanban board technology to better manage big projects in her Tennessean column. 

Awards/Professional Recognition
Inc. magazine named DSi [Tom Turner] to its inaugural list of the 50 best workplaces in the country. The Nashville Business Journal featured DSi President John Burchfield, discussing the company's award-winning culture. The Nashville Post shared the news of DSi's Best Workplaces Award.

The Nashville Post profiled Trinisys [David Box] COO Beth Hoeg as part of its “Most Powerful Women 2016” series.

The Nashville Post also profiled Tammy Hawes [Virsys12] as part of their “Most Powerful Women 2016” series.

Ben Goldberg & Max Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] were named 2016 Nashville Influencers by Nashville Lifestyles.

In the News
Huffington Post quoted Dan Hogan [Medalogix] in an article about improving the quality and the cost of health care through the use of technology that emphasizes patient data.

Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] wrote about Donald Trump’s proposed health insurance deductions in the Huffington Post. In MedCity News, Tolbert discussed the Department of Health and Human Services’ competition for creating new and improved medical bills. Bernard Health was mentioned in GCA News’ story about palliative care in Nashville.

Advance Financial CEO Tina Hodges, wife of EO member Mike Hodges, was quoted in a Chattannoga Times Free Press story about new regulations proposed by the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau.

The Nashville Post quoted James Fields [Concept Technology Inc.] on being one of the first in Nashville to be named a Google Fiber Tech partner. Fields was featured on TalkApolis where he discussed his business and entrepreneurial history.

Crain’s Nashville featured Andy Bailey [Petra Coach] in its “If I Knew Then” column, which discusses lessons business leaders have learned over the years.

Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] was suggested as a brewery to visit in a Sounds Like Nashville article about Nashville bachelorette parties.

WBUR mentioned Bongo Java [Bob Bernstein] in a story about Nashville high schoolers training as baristas.

A partner at Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone] was quoted in a WCMH article about traffic camera tickets.

The Nashville Post discussed the partnership between Trinisys [David Box] and Virsys12 [Tammy Hawes]. Hawes and Trinisys COO Beth Hoeg were both quoted in a Nashville Post article about the Most Powerful Women event.

The Tennessean quoted Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] about the future of Launch Tennessee’s 36|86 conference. Brock was quoted in another Tennessean article about the passing of investment-friendly legislation. 

NJ.com reported the positive impact InQuicker [Michael Brody-Waite] has had on emergency room visits in Jersey City, New Jersey.

The Tennessean reported that Christopher Redhage [ProviderTrust], along with DMD Soccer, sent a letter of intent to acquire the assets of Nashville’s existing soccer team, Nashville FC.

Sam’s Sports Bar [Sam Sanchez] was mentioned in the Daily News Journal’s story about a new clothing boutique in Murfreesboro.

Nooga.com listed Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] as a pick up place for Heritage Harvest Farms. The Nashville Scene reported that Two Ten Jack will be competing in the Foodbank Throwdown later this month. StyleBlueprint listed Two Ten Jack as an attendee in last year’s Yum!East event. Nooga.com mentioned that Two Ten Jack will be a food vendor at the ChattaBrewga.

Insider Louisville featured an article by StyleBlueprint [Liza Graves], where they discussed three great day trips from Louisville.

A spokesperson for Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] was featured in a NewsChannel 5 story about a new implant that can help those struggling with opioid addiction. The Gloucester Times quoted a spokesperson for Addiction Campuses about a nation-wide opioid addiction recovery program.

The Tennessean mentioned Smokin’ Thighs [Matthew Carney] will be a participating restaurant in the 10th annual Music City’s Hot Chicken Festival on July 4.

The Tennessean mentioned Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] in an article about realtors giving a portion of their commission to a charity. The Nashville Post reported that Village Real Estate Services is managing the marketing and sales of CityLights Nashville in Rutledge Hill. Brentwood Home Page reported that Village Real Estate Services is hosting the Village Acoustic event.

Forbes mentioned the The Patterson HouseBastion and The Catbird Seat [Ben & Max Goldberg] in an article about Nashville inspired cocktails. The Patterson House and The Catbird Seat were mentioned in a myStatesman article about Nashville’s dining scene. StyleBlueprint mentioned Strategic Hospitality’s new restaurant partnership set to open later this year, Henrietta Red. Departures reported on the opening of Bastion, and in the article also mentioned Pinewood Social and Le SelThrillist mentioned Bastion as a drinking and dining destination in its “Drinks” section. InStyle shared Le Sel’s “The Mad Priest” cocktail recipe. StyleBlueprint listed Pinewood Social and The Catbird Seat as two places where The Peach Truck’s peaches can be found. SouthernLiving featured Paradise Park as one of the best affordable restaurants in Nashville. Sounds Like Nashville suggested Pinewood Social as a brunch spot for Nashville bachelorette parties. WYFF mentioned that Pinewood Social served as the inspiration for a South Carolina bowling alley and bar combination. The Tennessean listed Bastion as one of the “6 Nashville bars that take snacking to the next level.”

The WTVA mentioned Zander Insurance [Shervin Eftekhari] as a sponsor for a scholarship contest.

The Boomer Business Owner featured Robert Hartline [Call Proof] on its podcast to talk about his entrepreneurial experience.