EO Nashville Member News - March 2

March 2, 2018

Three Things for EO Nashville This Week

1. EO Topgolf Tournament
Join us for our first-ever EO Topgolf Championship to showcase the competitive side of our members in this fun, state-of-the-art facility. April 4 from 4:15pm-8pm at 500 Cowan Street.
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2. EO Talks
Following the platform used by the TED Talks global community, we are hosting our very own version featuring EO NASHVILLE MEMBERS ONLY! An off-site cocktail reception will be held nearby for EO Members and their spouses/significant others following the event. May 8 at Belmont University's Troutt Theater at 3pm. 
>>Register now

3. Save the Date – EO's 30th Anniversary Celebration
What better way to celebrate the 30th EO Anniversary than with founding member Verne Harnish! Our Nashville celebration includes hearing firsthand from one of EO's founders, a brief State of the Chapter to look to our own future and a cocktail reception. Spouses/significant others are welcome. June 5 from 4pm - 8pm at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
>>Register now

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EO Members in the News

Member news compiled by the Bradford Group

Articles/Columns:

Paul Jankowski [New Heartland Group] wrote an article in Forbes about his brother who is head coach of the US Olympic snowboard team.

Awards/Professional Recognition:

The following EO Nashville member companies were listed in the Nashville Business Journal’s Best Places to Work 2018:

  • Crosslin Technologies [Justin Crosslin]
  • ProviderTrust Inc. [Christopher Redhage]
  • Reed Public Relations [Lauren Reed]
  • Scout Properties [Jonathan Harris]
  • SnapShot Interactive [Mark Scrivner]
  • Trinisys [David Box]
  • Vaco Resources LLC [Jerry Bostelman]
  • Wagon Wheel Title and Escrow, LLC [Angie Lawless]
  • Watershed, Rustici Software [Michael Rustici]

In the News:

The Chattanoogan and the Times Free Press announced the opening of Advance Financial’s [Mike Hodges] new location in Ootlewah. The Murfreesboro Post announced that the company is now accepting applications for college scholarships.

Greg Siskind [Siskind Susser, PC] was quoted in an article from Law360 about his recent case dealing with the administration of the Global Entry program. A Bloomberg BNA article quoted him in a story about the removal of the head of the USCIS Administrative Appeals Agency.

Trey Myers [Turnipblood Entertainment] was featured in the header photo of the Small Business Hub newsletter from the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce.

Mark Deutschmann [Village Real Estate] commented on the impact that the proposed transit plan might have on his business in the Nashville Business Journal.

The Nashville Business Journal interviewed Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton PLLC] for his stance on the proposed Nashville transit plan.

Members of the Nashville Soccer Club [Christopher Redhage] completed the “Hot Pepper Challenge” on WZTV. An alumnus of Lipscomb University led the club to victory against his alma mater, as featured on Lumination Network.

The Nashville Ledger featured Trinisys [David Box] for partnering with Professional Recovery Consultants, Inc.

Austin Ray [A.Ray Hospitality], Max Goldberg and Ben Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] were highlighted as a few of the successful restaurateurs in a Tennessean article about the closing of so many Nashville restaurants.

The Daily Herald featured The Doug Jeffords Company [James Thomason] in an article about its move from Williamson County to Maury County.

Snapshot Interactive [Mark Scrivner] was mentioned in a Nashville Business Journal article about the videos the company produced for Nashville’s Amazon headquarters bid.

Printing News featured Big Visual Group [Scott Snoyer] for its work with the Nashville Predators.

Narus Health [Michael Burcham] was featured in the Nashville Business Journal for expanding its services to include 24/7 clinical support and telemedicine capabilities. The Tennessean shared Burcham’s letter to the editor discussing recent news coverage of Mayor Megan Barry.

Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] was listed in the Tennessean and Eater Nashville as a participant in the inaugural East Nashville Restaurant Week. The restaurant was also mentioned in a Nashville Scene article about the upcoming Iron Fork festival, where one of its chefs will emcee the event.

The New York Times highlighted Bastion [Ben and Max Goldberg] as one of five places to visit in Nashville, and the story was picked up locally by the Nashville Business Journal. The restaurant was mentioned in the Nashville Scene for being a carrier of Proper Sak√© products, and was included in a Nashville Scene feature about a former chef. Strategic Hospitality and Pinewood Social were mentioned in Eater Nashville for the recent hire of local chef Will Uhlhorn. Modern Restaurant Management mentioned The Catbird Seat for its recent AAA Five Diamond rating. Pinewood Social, Merchants and Henrietta Red were all mentioned in a Nashville Scene article about this year’s Iron Fork festival. Hospitality Design described Henrietta Red as a restaurant that “continues to add depth to Nashville’s cultural offerings.”

The Murfreesboro Post picked up a recent op-ed by Tennessee State Representative Mike Sparks mentioning the Hytch Rewards app [Robert Hartline], and the News Wheel published a story about the app’s features. Business Williamson spotlighted the app for reaching a major milestone just three weeks after its launch.

Guestbooker [George Uribe] was highlighted by the Royal Television Society for sponsoring the 2018 Television Journalism Awards.

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Upcoming Events

Randy Street - "Who: The A Method for Hiring"
Plan now to attend this informational session with Randy Street, managing partner of ghSMART, a leadership advisory firm whose mission is to help great leaders amplify their positive impact on the world. March 6 from 7:30am-11am at the Nashville City Club, 201 4th Ave. N. 
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EO Chapter Retreat in Memphis
Thurs., March 8 - Sat., March 10. Join us for this exciting trip, which will include the Memphis Grizzlies vs. Utah Jazz, a once-in-a-lifetime Overnight Operation special-access tour at the Fed Ex Memphis World Hub, dinner at the famous Rendezvous, a behind the Scenes tour of Graceland and drinks at the Peabody! 
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EO Topgolf Tournament
April 4 from 4:15pm-8pm at 500 Cowan Street. Join us for our first-ever EO Topgolf Championship The fast-paced Top Contender-style tournament will be led by the In-House Golf Pro, with event ambassadors available at each bay to answer questions and offer helpful hints. Topgolf is one of the hottest destinations in the city, so don’t miss this experience, regardless of your swing or handicap!
>>Register now

EO Talks
Following the platform used by the TED Talks global community, we are hosting our very own version featuring EO NASHVILLE MEMBERS ONLY! An off-site cocktail reception will be held nearby for EO Members and their spouses/significant others following the event. May 8 at Belmont University's Troutt Theater at 3pm. 
>>Register now

Save the Date – EO's 30th Anniversary Celebration
What better way to celebrate the 30th EO Anniversary than with founding member Verne Harnish! Our Nashville celebration includes hearing firsthand from one of EO's founders, a brief State of the Chapter to look to our own future and a cocktail reception. Spouses/significant others are welcome. June 5 from 4pm - 8pm at the Country Music Hall of Fame.
>>Register now