EO Nashville Member News – June 19

June 19, 2020

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Belmont Executive Learning Series with Eric Newell, President of Gruhn Guitars

June 24, 2020, 8:00am-9:00am
Join Eric Newell for a virtual discussion on how to build a lasting and legacy-building business based on trust, expertise and white glove customer service.  Only 6 spots available!

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CARES Act Tax Updates with Frazier & Deeter

June 24, 2020, 9:00am-10:00am
Join Frazier & Deeter for a discussion of tax legislative updates from the CARES Act followed by Q&A.   

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Member to Member Series with AJ and Rory Vaden- The Influential Entrepreneur

June 26, 2020, 9:00am-10:00am
Join EO members AJ and Rory Vaden for this webinar on how to use your personal brand to attract customers, raise your profile and grow profits... even during a pandemic!

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*Catalyst Class 10 begins August 19th*

We need your help!

We all know that EO Catalyst is one of the most powerful programs around and we hope that Catalyst 10 will be the BEST class yet! This year's program will be based on 
Building a Business After Surviving the Storm.  

We need your help to recruit new members. Please think of your friends, colleagues, vendors.. who do you know that could benefit from this amazing program? 

CLICK HERE to submit referrals.

And feel free to share this VIDEO and send them to www.eocatalyst.com to register for an event and apply today!

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Articles & Columns

David Trainer [New Constructs] wrote about Caterpillar Inc. for Forbes. He also penned columns for Seeking Alpha.

Greg Luken [Luken Investment Analytics] penned a column for Forbes about understanding what asset allocation really means. 

In the News

The Nashville Soccer Club [Christopher Redhage] was mentioned in the news several times this week, including: 

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Strategic Hospitality [Benjamin & Max Goldberg] announced the new chef for The Catbird Seat, who previously worked at Bastion, according to the Nashville Business Journal, Nashville Eater and the Nashville Scene. Pinewood Social was one of the Nashville Scenes outdoor dining picks of the week. Hoodline listed Henrietta Red as one of the top spots for seafood in Nashville, and StyleBlueprint mentioned the restaurant for its proximity to one of Nashville’s most inspiring murals. 

The Compost Company [Clay Ezell] is supporting the summer Compost Recruitment Campaign by the Tennessee Environmental Council to increase residential composting in Tennessee, according to The Chattanoogan, WGNS Radio and WSMV

StyleBlueprint listed the most inspiring murals in Nashville and mentioned Matt Charette [MDC Group] for inspiring the “Nashville Strong” mural on the side of his restaurant Boston Commons

In Business wrote a feature on Great Leaders Live Like Drug Addicts [Michael Brody-Waite]. Brody-Waite also appeared on The 5 AM Miracle with Jeff Sanders and The Path to Authenticity podcasts to tell his story.

The Nashville Post reported that Bell & Associates [Darek Bell] is the general contractor on a boutique hotel in Wedgewood-Houston. 

Strategic Alliance Partner News

First Horizon Foundation donated $500K to various nonprofit organizations in Middle Tennessee to support COVID-19 emergency relief efforts, according to Rutherford Source, The Tennessee Tribune and Williamson Source

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