EO Nashville Member News - March 22

March 22, 2019

Three Things for EO Nashville This Week  

1. EO Talks: To Hell and Back
April 2nd, 2019 – Doors open at 3:30pm, program begins at 4:00pm, at Belcourt Theatre

Join us at the Belcourt Theater to hear nine of our very own members share their journey to Hell and Back. A reception will also be hosted afterwards at Cabana in Hillsboro Village to toast their courage and celebrate the entrepreneurial journey in all of us. CLICK HERE for more information on our speakers and to register!  

2. David Rendall – Freak Factor for Families
April 28, 2019, Nashville Zoo, 3777 Nolensville Pike, 12:30pm-3:30pm

Join us for this presentation that will show you how to help your kids become more of who they are, not turn them into someone else. You will learn how to:

  • Discover your child’s distinctive strengths and weaknesses
  • Frame their unique characteristics in a positive way
  • Find or create situations that highlight their strengths

  REGISTER HERE

3. EO Nashville All Member Experience
June 5, 2019, Track One, 1211 4th Avenue S, 4:00pm-7:30pm

Hope you can join us for a Reinvented, Revamped and Revitalized All Member Meeting!  Grab a date and REGISTER TODAY to get the most out of your membership and to encounter EO as never before!

 

EO Member News

Member news compiled by the Bradford Group

Articles/Columns:

Alex Tolbert [BerniePortal] penned an article for Inc. about the lessons he learned from competing against a billion-dollar company. He also wrote an article for Recruiter offering tips for small businesses competing in the talent market.

Awards/Professional Recognition:

Advance Financial [Michael Hodges] was recently ranked eighth on Indeed’s annual nationwide list of top-rated workplaces for compensation and benefits, ranking ahead of national powerhouses Apple, GEICO, Comcast, AT&T, Boeing, Starbucks and ALDI.

In addition to Novatech [Darren Metz] as reported last week, the 54th Annual American Advertising Awards presented several EO member companies with Addy awards, including:

  • ST8MNT [Josh and Bethany Newman]: Overall Best of Show; Sales Promotion: Single Unit Packaging (gold); Collateral Material: Book Design (gold); Ambient Media: Single Installation (gold); Integrated Campaign: Integrated Brand Identity Campaign (four golds)
  • Foxfuel Creative [Colton Mulligan and Michael Hutzel]: Best of Interactive: Consumer Website; Websites: Consumer Website (gold); Elements of Advertising: Logo Design (gold, two silvers)
  • Redpepper [Tim McMullen]: Television Advertising: Regional/National Television Commercial Campaign (silver), Internet Commercial Campaign (silver); Public Service: Public Service Online Film, Video & Sound (two golds)

In the News:

Seth Argo [Focus Builders] was quoted in the Tennessean about utilizing pantries and closets as storm shelters. The article also appeared in print.

Josephine’s [James Lewis] Chef Andy Little was featured on the CBS This Morning segment “The Dish.” Burger Up was mentioned in a Nashville Scene article about FAB, a special seminar for women in the food and beverage industry, coming to Nashville.

The Nashville Post quoted Brian Hoppes [Elevation Search Solutions] in its recent article on Amazon’s effect on the Nashville technology scene.

Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] was mentioned in the Nashville Post as the buyer of a February headline home.

Marcelle Gilbeau [Marcelle Gilbeau Interior Design] was mentioned in a StyleBlueprint roundup of 11 affordable home hacks to make life easier.

Bell & Associates [Darek Bell] was mentioned in a Nashville Post article as the construction company chosen to build several office towers at downtown’s Nashville Yards site.

WSMV News Channel 4 reported that the Nashville Soccer Club [Christopher Redhage] stadium at the Fairgrounds Nashville is slated to be ready in 2022. The team will be playing home games at Nissan Stadium until the 2022 season.

A Nashville Scene article about the factors that make restaurants great featured the architect behind Two Ten Jack and The Green Pheasant [Patrick Burke]. The article also mentions Bastion [Benjamin and Max Goldberg] for working with Bar Alliance, a local vendor of artisan ice, juices and flavored syrups for bartenders.

The Nashville Post mentioned The Green Pheasant [Patrick Burke] as the neighbor of a recently announced SoBro restaurant.

Benjamin and Max Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] were mentioned in Hotel Management and hospitalitynet for Pinewood Social’s former chef announcing his new role at Holston House Nashville. The Catbird Seat, Bastion and Le Sel were mentioned in the Nashville Scene for sourcing their meat from Bear Creek Farm, the ranch that provides meat for most of the local upscale restaurants. The Nashville Scene featured the chef at Bastion, who formerly worked at The Catbird Seat and Pinewood Social, as a James Beard Award nominee. The Band Box was featured in Ballpark Digest and the Nashville Post for announcing new menu items for the 2019 season. The Band Box was also mentioned in a Nashville Post article about this weekend’s Nashville Sounds game against the Texas Rangers. Vanderbilt Hustler featured a new lounge at the Vanderbilt baseball field similar to the Band Box. Henrietta Red’s chef will be featured in a collaboration dinner in Detroit, as reported by The Detroit News. A local chef mentioned that Henrietta Red is one of his favorite local restaurants in an interview with the Tennessean. The Nashville Scene featured the restaurant’s chef after her recent James Beard Award nomination. The Nashville Scene announced that Lyft is offering users a free ride to Henrietta Red during the month of March in honor of International Women’s Day.  

Insider featured Nashville as a destination everyone wants to visit in the U.S. this summer and mentioned AdventureWorks [Jennifer Halverson] as something to do while in town.

The president of Hytch [Robert Hartline] was quoted in the Nashville Post about the design of a new boutique hotel in SoBro.

News Channel 5 featured the influx of business brought to Nashville by the SEC basketball tournament and quoted a manager from Pancho and Lefty’s [Will Newman].

Pennington Distilling Co. [Jeff Pennington] was featured in the Nashville Scene for its new Davidson Reserve Tennessee Whiskey available in stores by the end of March.

The All State featured a recent event by the Nashville Zoo and mentioned the organization’s upcoming event at Climb Nashville [Lance Brock].

Strategic Alliance Partner News:

The article "How Franchisors Can Benefit from the Qualified Business Income Deduction" by Thomas Mahoney, Allen Blow and Joel Buckberg [Baker Donelson] was published in the March 18 edition of Westlaw Journal Bank & Lender Liability.

Jennifer Keller and Adam Severson [Baker Donelson] were quoted in a March 13 Legal Executive Institute article on professional sales teams within law firms.

 

EO Strategic Alliance

Partner Spotlight

 

https://sperrys.com

Connecting the dots between Old English heritage and the Old South, Sperry’s offers a warm, and comforting ambiance that has impressed locals and visitors since 1974. Sperry’s kitchens contain only the finest products available; including aged heavily marbled Western beef, the finest fresh seafood available, premium dairy products, oils and spices. All of our dressings, soups and sauces are made from scratch and several are available for purchase at Sperry’s Mercantile located behind the Belle Meade Sperry’s restaurant. The menu is truly “as fresh as it gets.” To have you as our customer is an honor we do not take lightly.  Sperry's has 2 locations:  Belle Meade, 5109 Harding Pike, Nashville, TN.  37205 and Cool Springs, 650 Frazier Drive, Franklin, TN.  37067

CLICK HERE to check out this recent press release.

 

https://samsplace.net

Sam’s opened its doors in 2000 with one goal, to be Nashville, Tennessee’s #1 Sports Grill.

We took the philosophy “if we are going to do it, let’s do it right”. We apply this philosophy to all areas of the restaurant including food, service and sports. Our hard work has paid off as we have been voted ‘best sports grill” for 14 years by the readers of the Nashville Scene Magazine. Awards are great but we know we are only as good as your last visit, that’s why our whole team is committed to your complete satisfaction and if we fall short please bring it to our attention. Thanks for visiting our website, now it's time to visit our restaurant.

To achieve our food goals we must always maintain our standards and never compromise. That is why to this day we still hand patty all of our burgers, make all our soups, sauces and dressings fresh daily. When we talk Audio and Video, our system is state of the art and second to none. All of our TVs are Hi-Definition and mounted so there is not a bad seat in the house. Last and most important is our staff. We invite only enthusiastic people who also share our philosophy to “be the best”. This will ensure your satisfaction and your vote.

 

Other Upcoming Events

Think Tank:  Work Life Balance
April 17, 2019 – 7:30am-9:00am – E|Spaces, 4322 Harding Pike, #417

Join your fellow EO members for peer sharing experiences dealing with work life balance.

Space is limited to 12, so REGISTER TODAY.