EO Nashville Member News - June 22

June 22, 2018

Three Things for EO Nashville This Week

1. NERVE DISCOUNT REINSTATED THROUGH TODAY!
One of the very best ways to get more out of your 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 today, June 22!

The EO NERVE Conference is coming up, September 12-14, 2018 in Buffalo, NY, and it is going to be fantastic!

DATES: September 12-14, 2018
LOCATION: Buffalo, NY
SPEAKERS: They have a schedule full of great speakers, such as Jim Kelly (Pro Football Hall of Fame), Rhonda Kallman (Samuel Adams Brewery), Megan Bruneau (The Failure Factor), among many others.
SOCIAL: How cool is this??? The opening ceremony is at Niagra Falls! The other nighttime events will be fantastic, plus there are lots of cool MyEO events available such as 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

2. THINK FAST... Who do you know for Catalyst?

We’re ready to kick-off our 8th CATALYST CLASS, and need your help really quick! Think fast…  Think of your friends, neighbors, vendors, favorite restaurants, lawn company – you name it…and then CLICK HERE to refer them! You’d be hard pressed to think of ANY entrepreneur who wouldn’t benefit from this class. 

Shoot them this brochure and invitation, and if you want to join them for the info session, register yourself on the EO site here – but don’t feel like you have to be there. (We’re having an informational session on Tuesday, July 24th from 5:30-7p.m. and then an alternate date for those who can’t make it then will be Tuesday, August 7th from 7:30-9a.m. – both at The EC.)

Every year we continue to tweak and make the program stronger and stronger! Did you know they now get a workbook? We host regular happy hours for bonding time…we have cracked the code for making the small group discussion productive and meaningful…we start each meeting with Michael interviewing a SAP and relating it back to the class…the list goes on. 

ALSO – guess what?!? 40% of Catalyst members from the past seven years have been female!  Catalyst is the perfect way to attract ALL entrepreneurs, and it’s keeping our chapter relevant to the community we serve. 

For more information on Catalyst, go to www.eocatalyst.com.  

P.S. – We have a limited number of spaces for EO members who can commit to attending at least 10 of the 12 classes. You’ll receive emails asking who wants a spot soon. Check out the calendar so you’ll know if you want to commit when the ask goes out. (Please don’t request a spot until we’re ready to open it up.)

3.  MyEO Apple Event

Ever feel like you are barely scratching the surface of using your Apple products to their fullest capability? Wish you could have a little quality time with a manager at their local store? Angela Proffitt has created a MyEO event just for you! On July 18th at 8:30, we’ll gather to preview the Apple Store in Cool Springs to learn about the evolution of business at Apple and make sure you’re aware of all the services Apple offers you and your business. Angela will share some cool tips & tricks, so you’ll walk away with some take-aways you can immediately apply to your own life. CLICK HERE to register!

 

 

EO Member News

Member news compiled by the Bradford Group

Articles/Columns:

The Tennessean featured an article by Alex Tolbert [BerniePortal] about why TriStar Health is investing big in orthopedics.

Greg Luken [Luken Investment Analytics] wrote an article for Forbes about passive vs. active investors.

The Nashville Business Journal featured an article by Michael Burcham [Narus Health] about the evolution of the entrepreneurial leader.

In The News:

Andy Bailey [Petra Coach] was featured in a News Channel 5 segment about his book, “No Try Only Do: Building a Business on Purpose, Alignment, and Accountability.”

The Nashville Post featured BerniePortal [Alex Tolbert] for its recent partnership with workforce management and software company Proliant. A team member from Bernard Health was quoted in a SHRM article about the Department of Labor’s final ruling on association health plans.

Village Real Estate [Mark Deutschmann] was mentioned in a Nashville Business Journal article about the 2018-19 Leadership Nashville class. The Wall Street Journal quoted Mark Deutschmann in an article about Nashville’s rapid growth, and the Nashville Post mentioned Village Real Estate for adding two new realtors.

The director of chiropractic compliance from The Joint Chiropractic [Chris Kemper] was recently appointed to the American Chiropractic Association’s Committee on Quality Assurance and Accountability, as reported on Franchising.com.

Greg Siskind [Siskind Susser, PC] was mentioned in Mashable, Forbes, Business Insider, Reuters, Breitbart News, The Mary Sue and the San Francisco Chronicle articles for his views on President Trump’s executive order for immigrant minors.

The shrimp cocktail from Sperry’s [Sam Sanchez] was featured in a Nashville Scene list of “Cool Dishes for Hot Summer Days.”

Fox17 News mentioned the Nashville Soccer Club [Chris Redhage] in an article about where to watch the World Cup. The club was also mentioned in a WKRN article about things to do in Nashville this weekend. Another Fox 17 News article reported the club’s win against North Carolina FC. The club was also mentioned in a Tennessean article about a property near First Tennessee Park, where the club currently plays.

M.L. Rose’s [Austin Ray] “wide-ranging” beer selection was featured in a News Channel 5 broadcast. M.L. Rose was also mentioned in a Tennessean article about the need for better concessions in the Nashville airport, namely from local businesses. Von Elrod’s Beer Garden and Sausage House was mentioned in a another Tennessean article for its proximity to First Tennessee Park.

A Nashville Post article about May’s “Headline Homes” mentioned one of Scout Properties’ [Jonathan Harris] current houses for sale.

Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] was included on a Thrillist list of “Best Tennessee Distilleries You Can Drive to from Nashville.” Bell & Associates Construction was featured in Nashville Business Journal and Nashville Post articles about the company’s former headquarters being sold.

The News-Review mentioned Judith Bright, LLC [Judith Bright] in an article about Nashville’s bachelorette parties.

Michael Brody-Waite [Nashville Entrepreneur Center] was featured on TEDxNashville for his journey from homelessness to leading a company on the Inc. 500 list. The Nashville Entrepreneur Center and Michael Burcham [Narus Health] were mentioned in Business Insider and Stamford Advocate articles about the future of startups. The Times Free Press also mentioned the Nashville Entrepreneur Center for its Project Music program.

Focus on the 615 mentioned The Green Pheasant [Patrick Burke] for participating in the Music City Food + Wine Festival.

Hytch [Robert Hartline] was featured in Triple Pundit for the company’s growth since its launch.

The Nashville Business Journal mentioned Edley’s Bar-B-Que [Will Newman] for expressing interest in having a location inside the Nashville International Airport.

Lovell Communications [Rosemary Plorin] was featured in the Nashville Post for promoting an employee to a senior advisor position.

Music Row featured MooTV [Scott Scovill] for its open general manager position.

Core10 [Lee Farabaugh] was featured in the Huntington Herald-Dispatch for partnering with a community and technical college to offer coding education.

WSMV featured Project 615 [Derek Evans] in an article about its annual 615 Day. Tullahoma News mentioned the company for being present at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.

Benjamin Goldberg and Max Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] were featured in the Nashville Business Journal and the Nashville Post for purchasing a building on 12 South. The Catbird Seat was mentioned in 5280 for its snail caviar. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch mentioned Pinewood Social as part of a national trend of restaurants that also offer games, and the Tennessean mentioned the restaurant for expressing interest in running a location inside the Nashville International Airport. Paradise Park was featured in the Nashville Scene for hosting the annual Chicken & Jorts fundraiser. The restaurant was also mentioned in the Post-Star for its top-notch music. Clarksville Online mentioned The Band Box in an article about an upcoming game at First Tennessee Park, and the Tulsa Beacon mentioned the restaurant for bringing additional entertainment to the ballpark. Henrietta Red was mentioned in the Nashville Scene for its lemon mignonette dish.

 

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