EO Nashville Member News - May 25

May 25, 2018

Three Things for EO Nashville This Week

1. 30th Anniversary Celebration – Less than 2 weeks away!
June 5, 4-8pm at the Country Music Hall of Fame 
What better way to celebrate the 30th EO Anniversary than with founder Verne Harnish! Thirty years ago, a handful of young entrepreneurs came together with the idea to learn and grow through shared experiences, laying the foundation for what would become the Entrepreneurs’ Organization. Three decades later, we are proud to celebrate EO’s 30th anniversary, a significant milestone in our history and a testament to our impact as a global thought leader. Our Nashville celebration includes hearing from EO's founder, a brief State of the Chapter to look to our own future and a cocktail reception in the amazing Country Music Hall of Fame to end the evening. Come reflect on our collective progress, embrace our extraordinary culture and look ahead at more EO Nashville success and significance. Spouses/significant others are also welcome.

Register here for this epic event that you won't want to miss!

2.  The EO NERVE Conference
September 12-14, 2018, Buffalo, NY
One of the best ways to get more out of your EO 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 May 31, 2018! Hear from great speakers, such as Jim Kelly (Pro Football Hall of Fame), Rhonda Kallman (Samuel Adams Brewery), Megan Bruneau (The Failure Factor), among many others. The opening ceremony is at Niagara Falls, and other MyEO events include 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 

3.  EO Forum
If you are not currently satisfied with your Forum placement, now is the time to SPEAK UP! You may contact Laura, Vicki or Sameera to further discuss your situation:

Laura Miller, Forum Experience Chair, laura@eonashville.com, 615-293-9550
Vicki Hill, Forum Chair, vicki.hill@mosaic-cg.com, 615-579-7434
Sameera Lowe, sameera@eonashville.com, 615-668-0222

We are also encouraging MyEO Forums – these groups can be formed with businesses of similar size, industry, culture, etc. For additional information, please contact Angela Proffitt at connect@angelaproffitt.com

EO Members in the News

Member news compiled by the Bradford Group


Articles/Columns:

Alex Tolbert [BerniePortal] penned a column for the Tennessean about three health care costs to include in a retirement plan.

In the News:

BerniePortal [Alex Tolbert] was featured in a Nashville Medical News article about the company’s first annual users conference.

A new Forest Hills home by Focus Builders [Seth Argo] was featured in StyleBlueprint for its contemporary design.

StyleBlueprint mentioned Burger Up [Jim Lewis] in an article about Nashville entrepreneurs.

Sam’s Sports Bar [Sam Sanchez] was listed in a Daily News Journal article about places to eat in Nashville.

A Tennessean article about the mayoral race mentioned Bell & Associates Construction [Darek Bell] as a supporter of David Briley’s campaign. The company was also mentioned in the Nashville Post as a partner in the project to build a Hyatt Regency in Nashville Yards. Corsair Distillery was mentioned in a Nashville Post article about a new residential project under construction near its location.

The Nashville Business Journal featured Chalkline Sports [Joe Kustelski] in an article about the Supreme Court’s decision to reverse laws banning sports gambling in certain states.

Micah Lacher [Anchor Investments, LLC] was mentioned in the Nashville Post as a potential buyer of a church in East Nashville.

The Nashville Business Journal featured a Q&A with Elliott Noble-Holt [Medicopy], a 40 Under 40 winner.

Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines Meneguzzi] was mentioned in a Richmond Times-Dispatch article about the apartment building boom in Richmond, Va., as the company is about to complete a project there.

WZTV, MLSGB Blog, Reuters, the Nashville Business Journal and Sports Business Daily all featured articles about the new CEO of Nashville Soccer Club [Chris Redhage]. Another Nashville Business Journal article featured a taproom that will be serving “Goalden Ale” as a tribute to the club. WKRN quoted a representative of the club in an article about Nashville hosting the NFL draft.

Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone] was mentioned in a Tennessean bio about Mayor David Briley, who used to work for the company.

Business Williamson featured Hytch [Robert Hartline] for its recent partnership with Reliant Bank. Hytch was also mentioned in a Tennessean article as a solution to Nashville’s transit problem and in another Tennessean article about how it can be used as an employee retention strategy.

Edley’s Bar-B-Que [Will Newman] was mentioned by The Sun as a standout venue in Nashville.

News Channel 5 featured Project 615 [Derek Evans] for raising more than $44,000 for the Nashville Waffle House shooting victims.

Core10 [Lee Farabaugh] was mentioned in a Huntington Herald-Dispatch article about potentially creating a fast-track coding program.

RealClear Life mentioned The Patterson House [Benjamin Goldberg and Max Goldberg] as a place to visit when in Nashville. RealClear Life also mentioned the bar in an article about planning the perfect “guys weekend.” Pinewood Social was mentioned in a Garden & Gun story about up-and-coming musician Parker Millsap, and the Nashville Scene featured the restaurant for planning a “dive-in movie” schedule. WSMV mentioned Henrietta Red and Pinewood Social in an article about Henrietta Red’s executive chef, and Paradise Park was mentioned in a Music City Miracles visitor’s guide to Nashville. The Band Box was mentioned in a Clarksville Online article about upcoming home games for the Nashville Sounds, and a chef from Henrietta Red was named as one of the “Best New Chefs in America,” as mentioned in the Detroit Free Press, Grub Street, Guru Focus, Food & Wine and the Nashville Scene.

Healthcare Bluebook [Jeff Rice] was featured in an NPR article for working to expose health care prices and steer patients to the best deals.

 

Strategic Alliance Spotlight

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Music City Tents & Events offers the widest selection of unique, high-quality party rental equipment in the southeast. Their equipment selection includes tents as large as 16,000 square feet to tents as small as 100 square feet and everything you need to go underneath! They offer lounge furniture, tables, chairs, bars, china, flatware, barware and much more! Music City Tents & Events, LLC is locally owned and operated by a professional team with over one hundred years combined event industry experience. Give them a call to find out why the top event planners in the nation use Music City Tents & Events as their exclusive rental provider! They know that your special event is exceptionally important to you, and their team of professionals will make sure your day is as relaxed and fun-filled as possible!

For more information, please contact:

Grant Baker
615-714-7740
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615-207-6236
joe@musiccitytents.com

 

Other Upcoming Events

Learning from Legends Series with Jim Ed Norman
July 26, 4-6 p.m. at Quonset Hut (34 Music Square East)
Here are two things you don't often hear in the same sentence: "really creative" and "great manager." Unless you are talking about Jim Ed Norman – a man who has led two huge record labels and written arrangements for and/or produced some of the most iconic albums ever recorded. This is a man who gets stuff done and is also one of the best storytellers you will ever hear. Don't miss this rare chance to meet and hear from a true legend of Nashville's music industry!