EO Nashville Member News - June 15

June 15, 2018

Three Things for EO Nashville This Week

1. EO Renewal Season is HERE!
A huge thanks to all who paid their 2018-2019 dues! All members should have received an emailed invoice last week. Please email invoices@blueprintstrategysolutions.com if you need your invoice resent. If you are struggling with whether to renew due to forum issues or something else, please reach out to Sameera Lowe (Sameera@EONashville.com) or Laura Miller (Laura@EONashville.com) to discuss further.

2. Know someone who would make a great Catalyst Class 8 Member?
If so, please CLICK HERE to provide us with their information. We will be hosting 2 Catalyst information events this summer- a Cocktail Party on July 24th from 5:30pm 7:00pm at the EC and a breakfast on August 7th from 7:30am-9:00am also at the EC. We will reach out to all referrals to see if they can attend! Click here for the July invitation to help us spread the word!   

3.  Learning From Legends Series with Jim Ed Norman
July 26, 4-6 p.m. at Quonset Hut (34 Music Square East)
Here are two things you don't often hear in the same sentence: "really creative" and "great manager." Unless you are talking about Jim Ed Norman – a man who has led two huge record labels and written arrangements for and/or produced some of the most iconic albums ever recorded. This is a man who gets stuff done and is also one of the best storytellers you will ever hear. Don't miss this rare chance to meet and hear from a true legend of Nashville's music industry! 
We will also be hosting a happy hour after the event at The Rusty Nail (formerly South), 1524 Demonbreun Street. REGISTER NOW


EO Member News

Member news compiled by the Bradford Group

Articles/Columns:

An article from Alex Tolbert [BerniePortal] about what human resources leaders should look for in an online onboarding system was featured in HR Technologist.

Greg Luken [Luken Investment Analytics] wrote an article for WealthManagement.com about how advisors can offset the dwindling number of turnkey asset management program options on broker/dealer platforms.

In The News:

EO Nashville was featured in the Nashville Ledger for adding the following new members to the chapter earlier this year:

  • Paine Bone, IV [Wilson County Hyundai and Wilson County Chevrolet Buick GMC]
  • Bryan Brinks [SSB]
  • Mike Cerino [Growthwright]
  • Rebecca Davis [JONDIE]
  • Matthew Engesath [Tennessee offices of Renters Warehouse]
  • Derek Evans [Project 615]
  • Lee Farabaugh [Core10]
  • Judy Gatena [REP Interactive]
  • William Greathouse [The Greathouse Company]
  • Bo Hanson [Abound Wealth Management]
  • Chris Hefley [LeanKit]
  • Chris Kemper [The Joint Chiropractic]
  • Joshua Newman [ST8MNT]
  • Denis O’Shea [Mobile Mentor]
  • James Story [Wellview Health]

Greg Siskind [Siskind Susser, PC] was quoted in a CNN Money article about immigrant doctors who are having difficulties getting green cards.

In a Tennessean Q&A, a local chef recommended Josephine [Jim Lewis] as a restaurant to try in Nashville. Eater Nashville also listed the restaurant as one to try in the 12 South neighborhood. The chef from Josephine demonstrated his cooking in a segment on the NewsChannel 5 Network. The Williamson Source mentioned Burger Up as a location that serves Honest Coffee, a Franklin-based coffee roaster.

Nashville Soccer Club [Chris Redhage] was featured in Nashville Post, Nashville Business Journal and Nashville Pride articles about its record-breaking first-season ticket sales. The club was also featured in a Tennessean article about how inexpensive tickets are for their games.

A Long Island bartender in the Long Island Pulse answered in a Q&A that Melrose Billiard Parlor [Austin Ray] was her favorite Nashville bar.

Chalkline Sports [Joe Kustelski] was featured in an NJ Online Gambling article about Tropicana Casino’s new sports gambling website.

Commercial Real Estate Direct featured Scarlett Hotel Group [Andrew Scarlett] for its purchase of two hotel locations.

Eakin Partners LLC [Barry Smith] was mentioned in a Nashville Post article about a new property in The Nations that the company is helping to sell. Full Circle Disposal, LLC [Timothy Sinks] was also mentioned in the article, as the company partnered with the current owner of the property being sold.

News Channel 5 featured GHP Environmental + Architecture [Dominique Arrieta] for its work in preserving Nashville’s old buildings.

Judith Bright, LLC [Judith Bright] was mentioned in a New York Times article about Nashville’s bachelorette parties.

Louisville Business First mentioned the Nashville Entrepreneur Center [Michael Brody-Waite] and Michael Burcham [Narus Health] in an article about a new hub for entrepreneurs in Louisville.

A Tennessee Bar Association Journal article mentioned Goodman Callahan Blackstone, PLLC [David Callahan] in an article about a former employee.

The manager for Coco’s Italian Market [Charles Cinelli] was quoted in a News Channel 5 article about the growing neighborhood on Charlotte Ave., where the restaurant is located.

The Nashville Scene mentioned Greko [Tony Darsinos], whose chefs will be conducting cooking demonstrations at the upcoming Taste of Music City event.

Trojan Labor of Nashville, LLC [Jolene Dressel] was mentioned in Clarksville Now for participating in an upcoming job fair.

The Nashville Post and Automotive News featured Hytch [Robert Hartline] in articles about the company’s journey into the rideshare industry.

Southwestern Consulting [Amanda Vaden and Rory Vaden] was mentioned in Nashville Post and Nashville Business Journal articles about a new CEO for its parent company, Southwestern Co.

The Wilson Post and Mergers & Acquisitions mentioned PFP, LLC [Michael Moscardelli and Richard Moscardelli] for Atlanta-based Graphic Packaging International’s acquisition of the company.

Project 615 [Derek Evans] was mentioned in a News Channel 5 television special about Father’s Day gift ideas. The company was also mentioned in the Franklin Home Page and the Nolensville Home Page for participating in this weekend’s Porch Fest event.

Paradise Park [Benjamin Goldberg and Max Goldberg] was featured in the Nashville Business Journal, StyleBlueprint, News Channel 5, WMC Action News 5, Eater Nashville, the Nashville Scene, the Nashville Post and Fox 17 News for closing its downtown location to make room for a new multi-story concept from Strategic Hospitality. The Nashville Business Journal featured an interview with the Goldbergs about the public’s reaction to the news of Paradise Park closing, and the Tennessean posted an article about the petition on Change.org to keep the restaurant open. Benjamin Goldberg was quoted in a New York Times article about Nashville’s bachelorette parties. Eater Nashville mentioned The Patterson House for its “cool, speakeasy vibes” and Bastion for having “some of the best bar nachos in town.” Richmond Magazine talked about The Catbird Seat’s tasting menu. The Catbird Seat was also mentioned in a Tennessean Q&A with chef Bradley Hoffmann. The Nashville Business Journal mentioned Pinewood Social for its coverage in the New York Times, and BizBash mentioned the restaurant for its versatility. Alabama Newscenter also mentioned Pinewood Social for inspiring a similar facility in Birmingham. The Band Box was mentioned in a Tennessean article about Nashville Soccer Club games.


 

Other Upcoming Events

The EO NERVE Conference
September 12-14, 2018, Buffalo, NY

One of the best ways to get more out of your EO membership is to get out of Nashville and enjoy the regional and global opportunities of EO. We have the perfect opportunity for you, and the discount ends May 31, 2018! Hear from great speakers, such as Jim Kelly (Pro Football Hall of Fame), Rhonda Kallman (Samuel Adams Brewery), Megan Bruneau (The Failure Factor), among many others. The opening ceremony is at Niagara Falls, and other MyEO events include salmon fishing, sailing, golfing and foodie events.
PRICE: 
$1,095
FURTHER DISCOUNTS: If your entire forum attends, (this is a great opportunity to tack onto your forum retreat!) the forum gets $1,000! Also, new members can use their event voucher of $500 off.
REGISTER HERE: www.eonerve.com