EO Nashville Members in the News: Paul Jankowski, Allen Baler, Mike Hodges, Barry Smith, James Fields, Staci Bockman, Ginger Jones, Mark Deutschmann, Justin Crosslin, David Box, Phil Breeden

June 16, 2017

Articles/Columns:

Forbes featured an article by Paul Jankowski [New Heartland Group] about hockey in the heartland.

Personal Liberty featured an article by the spokesperson for 4Patriots [Allen Baler] about sleep patterns both now and in an emergency.

Awards/Professional Recognition:

The Nashville Business Journal and the Tennessean announced the new members of the 2017-2018 Leadership Nashville class. The following EO Nashville members or their employees were selected:

  • Tina Hodges [Mike Hodges, Advance Financial]
  • Tom Harwell [Barry Smith, Eakin Partners]

The Nashville Chamber of Commerce announced the finalists for the 2017 Nashville Emerging Leader Award. The following EO Nashville members or their employees were included:

  • Megan Long [James Fields, Concept Technology Inc.]
  • Staci Bockman [312 Pizza Co]
  • Ginger Jones [Jones Therapy Services]
  • Byran Fort [Barry Smith, Eakin Partners]
  • Samantha Hart [Mark Deutschmann, Village Real Estate Services]

The Nashville Business Journal announced the winners of the 2017 Power Leaders in Finance for the accounting category. The following EO Nashville members or their employees were awarded:

  • John Crosslin [Crosslin]
  • Dell Crosslin [Justin Crosslin, Crosslin]
  • Justin Crosslin [Justin Crosslin, Crosslin]
  • David Hunt [Justin Crosslin, Crosslin]

The COO of Trinisys [David Box] was featured in the Nashville Business Journal’s Women of Influence series.

In the News:

The Nashville Ledger and the Nashville Business Journal featured EO Nashville for adding 14 new members and retaining its rank as second-largest chapter in the U.S and fourth-largest in the world. The following new members were listed:

  • Phil Breeden [FirstCall Claims]
  • Jennifer Ghanem [Keller, Turner, Ruth, Answers & Ghanem, PLLC]
  • Angie Lawless [Wagon Wheel Title and Escrow, LLC]
  • James Lewis [Community Hospitality LLC]
  • Trey Myers [Turnipblood Entertainment]
  • Nicholas Ogden [Clear Blue Equity]
  • Pamela Peters [DPM of Nashville Inc.]
  • Trent Sullivan [LINES, Inc interiors + architecture]
  • Jon Thompson [Thompson Electric Inc.]
  • Martin Watts [Ozark River Portable Sinks]
  • Casey Riggs [Riggs Davie PLC]
  • Dani Dubetz [Music City Loft]
  • Bryan White [Crosslin Technologies]
  • Sherry Deutschmann [LetterLogic Inc.]

Moo TV [Scott Scovill] was featured in the Nashville Business Journal for the technical support it provided to the Nashville Predators during the Stanley Cup Final.

The Nashville Business Journal mentioned DWC Construction [John Arndt] for handling construction on a Tex-Mex barbecue restaurant coming to Hendersonville. The company was also mentioned in the Nashville Post for handling a build-out project in the Gulch.

Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] was mentioned in the Nashville Post for providing legal services to the company behind Nashville Yards, the multi-building development coming to the former LifeWay Campus. Bone was also mentioned in the Tennessean for representing the Grand Prix of Nashville’s board members.

Robert Hartline [Absolute Wireless] was quoted in MDJ Online for acquiring 23 Sprint locations across the Southeast.

An alumni coordinator with Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] was quoted in a Clarion-Ledger article about the record number of drug overdose deaths in Mississippi.

The general manager of Beyond the Edge [Matthew Charette] was quoted in a NewsChannel5 story about the crowds that gathered downtown for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Core Development [Mark Deutschmann] was featured in a Tennessean article for purchasing the former Kirby Welding Building from Darek Bell [Corsair Distillery] in the Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood.

Henrietta Red [Ben Goldberg and Max Goldberg] was mentioned in the Atlanta Journal Constitution and Vogue as a trendy new restaurant in Nashville. A chef from The Catbird Seat was mentioned in a Metro Philadelphia article for participating in the 12th annual Great Chefs event in Philadelphia. Paradise Park was included in a Nashville Business Journal article about the recent Predators’ home games.

Bell & Associates Construction [Darek Bell] was mentioned in a Nashville Post article about replacing bridges on Interstate 24.

Michael Moscardelli [PFP] was mentioned in the Wilson Post and the Lebanon Democrat for being elected as a board member for CedarStone Financial Inc.

Showhomes [Bert Lyles] was mentioned in a Northern Nevada Business Weekly article about franchise expansion across the nation. The company was also featured in an article by the Citizen Times about home staging in Asheville.

Jennifer Lee [REN Dermatology] was featured in a NewsChannel5 article about SPF values in sunscreen.