EO Nashville Members in the News: Robert Hartline, Will Newman, Robert Gee, Charles Robert Bone, Michael Brody-Waite, Charlie Brock, Benjamin Goldberg, Max Goldberg, Dave Waddell, Ashlyn Hines

June 30, 2016

In the News
Robert Hartline [CallProof] was featured on “Super Joe Pardo’s” podcast where he discussed ways to help small businesses and sales teams grow.

StyleBlueprint reported that Edley’s Bar-B-Que [Will Newman] has opened its Sylvan Park location.

Smith Gee Studio [Robert Gee] was mentioned in the Nashville Post as the architect for a new bar in Germantown.

An attorney at Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone] was quoted in a Memphis Flyer article about Tennessee grocery stores being able to sell wine. The Nashville Post mentioned that an attorney with Bone McAllester Norton is handling the legal work for a planned senior living community in Hendersonville. A Bone McAllester Norton attorney was mentioned in the Nashville Ledger for graduating from Leadership Middle Tennessee, Inc.

Michael Brody-Waite [InQuicker.com] was referenced in a Tennessean article about successfully solving customers’ problems. His appointment as CEO of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center was mentioned in the Nashville Ledger.

MTSU Sidelines featured the winner of Launch Tennessee’s [Charlie Brock] University Venture Challenge. Launch Tennessee was mentioned in a VentureBeat post about Nashville being a good place for health care and music startups.

Pinewood Social [Benjamin Goldberg & Max Goldberg] was featured in Acoustic Guitar as one of Nashville’s best spots to eat, drink and listen to music. Pinewood Social was mentioned as a regular remote working location for a guest contributor to the TennesseanCondé Nast Traveler listed The Catbird Seat as one of the 100 Best Wine restaurants in the U.S., according to Wine Enthusiast. The Nashville PostNashville Business JournalNewsChannel 5 and WKRN announced the opening of The Country Club, a nine-hole miniature golf course, at The Band Box in First Tennessee Park. Ben Goldberg and Max Goldberg were mentioned in a StyleBlueprint article for being featured in the June issue of Bergdorf Goodman, a publication from the New York City department store of the same name.

David Waddell [Waddell & Associates] provided financial expertise for the Memphis Daily News’ story about the effects of Brexit on Memphis businesses.

AL.com featured a story on Bristol Development Group’s [Ashlyn Hines] Clairmont Avenue project called Park 35.

Civil Site Design [Kevin Gangaware] employee was quoted in the Lebanon Democrat about zoning changes.