EO Nashville Members in the News: Andy Bailey, Charlie Brock, Traylor Woodall, Justin Crosslin, David Callahan, Alex Tolbert, James Fields, Ashlyn Hines, Sam Sanchez, Bob Bernstein, Gregory Siskind,

March 4, 2016

Article/Column
Personal_Training_at_a_Gym_-_Cable_Crossover.JPGAndy Bailey [Petra Coach] offered tips to kickstart your goals in his Tennessean column.

Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] discussed the 36|86 conference in his Tennessean column.

Awards/Professional Recognition
AV Network reported that Fivestone Studios [Traylor Woodall] won the Planar’s Clear Concept Award.

The Nashville Ledger announced a Crosslin & Associates [Justin Crosslin] employee was named a member the Young Leaders Council 2016 board.

The Columbia Daily Herald reported an attorney at Goodman Callahan Blackstone [David Callahan] was named Maury Regional Healthcare Foundation’s treasurer.

In the News
The Nashville Business Journal discussed how the fall of Zenefits could mean business opportunities for Bernard Health [Alex Tolbert].

James Fields [Concept Technology] was quoted in the Nashville Post about the company’s new director of business development.

The Louisville Business Journal reported that Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] is finishing the upscale apartments near Butchertown. Richmond Magazine reported that the new living community Bristol at Westwood is to be named after Bristol Development Group. The Richmond Times reported that Bristol Development Group will be developing the changes made to Veritas School on the North Side of Richmond.

Brentwood Home Page listed Sperry’s [Sam Sanchez] as a participant in Williamson County’s wine event, A Vintage Affair. StyleBluePrint mentioned Sperry’s as a Nashville favorite.

WSMVWRCBWKRN, and WTVF reported that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made an appearance at Fido [Bob Bernstein]. The Nashville Post reported that a new Jefferson Street mixed-use building will include a Bonga Java cafe´. The Tennessean mentioned Bong Java as a Tennessee Flavors participant.

The University of Chicago Law School reported on the release of Gregory Siskind’s [Siskind Susser, PC - Immigration Lawyers] new book.

The Nashville Post reported that Brittany Lorenzi [BluePrint Strategy] bought a Berry Hill building to accommodate business growth.

Nashville AMA mentioned that Bytes of Knowledge [Charles May, Julie May] weighed in on marketing automation and the effect on sales in a recent NAMA panel, which was moderated by Tammy Hawes [Virsys12].

The Nashville Post reported that Dan’s Gourmet Mac & Cheese [Dan Stephenson] opened an office in Nashville’s Wedgewood-Houston district.

The Tennessean reported Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] will host a private campaign fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. A Bone McAllester Norton attorney was quoted by the Tennessean in an analysis of the Erin Andrews case.

CMT mentioned Sutler Saloon of A.Ray Hospitality [Austin Ray] as the location for a party honoring the songwriters of Carrie Underwood's latest hit, “Smoke Break.”

Inc listed Rory Vaden [Southwestern Consulting] as having one of the top ten productivity podcasts for 2016.

Lucky Belly [Patrick Burke] was announced as a participant in Tennessee Flavors by the Tennessean.

WZTV and WPEC quoted an Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] therapist in stories about pong seeds.

The Nashville Business Journal mentioned Mark Deutschmann [Village Real Estate Services] in a story about Outpost Nashville. The Nashville Post reported the building that houses Grimey’s New & Preloved Music and The Basement is listed for $3.1 million with Village Real Estate Services.

The Daily Express mentioned Pinewood Social and Patterson House [Benjamin Goldberg] in an article about Nashville travel. Strategic Hospitality was mentioned by the Tennessean regarding the Printers Alley hotel project. The Advertiser listed Merchants and Patterson House as top recommendations for Nashville “watering holes.” Merchants was listed as a participant in Tennessee Flavors by the Tennessean.

Robert Hartline [CallProof] was quoted by the Nashville Post about Absolute Wireless acquiring Cellular Concepts.

 

 

 

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