EO Nashville Members in the News: Ashlyn Hines, Nicholas Holland, Bob Murphy, Benjamin Goldberg, Mark Deutschmann, Tim Ozgener, Jason McConnell, Miranda Whitcomb Pontes, David Waddell, Alex Tolbert...

November 7, 2014

The Nashville Post reported on Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] and its plans to build an apartment/retail complex near Louisville Slugger Field.

Nicholas Holland [CentreSource and Populr.me] wrote a column for VentureBeat about a loss that significantly impacted his business and how he overcame it.

The Tennessean quoted Bob Murphy [RPM Transportation Consultants LLC] in an article about a 300-acre mixed-use Antioch development project.

The Tennessean and Nashville Post covered the recent YouTube and CMA partnership, which was announced last week at an event held at Pinewood Social [Benjamin Goldberg]. The Nashville Scene’s column “What’d You Eat This Weekend?” also mentioned Pinewood Social’s fried broccoli, describing it as “one of the best things I’ve eaten since moving to Nashville.”

A Wall Street Journal article about the dramatic urbanization of Nashville’s downtown quoted Mark Deutschmann [Village Real Estate Services].Also, the Tennessean and the Nashville Business Journal covered Mark Deutschmann’s plans for a 12South mixed-use project. Furthermore, the Tennessean consulted the opinion of Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] in an article focused on one of Nashville’s recent trends – weekend rentals.

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Photo Courtesy of Jae S. Lee / The Tennessean 

Out and About Nashville mentioned OZ Nashville [Tim Ozgener], where New Dialect, one of Nashville’s newest art groups, held their debut performance in August. The Tennessean also cited OZ Nashville as the location for Vijay Iyer’s “Music of Transformation” upcoming performance.

The Tennessean mentioned Cork and Cow [Jason McConnell], which will be featured on the premiere of Kix Brooks' show on the Cooking Channel, “Steak Out with Kix Brooks.”

The Nashville Scene and the Nashville Business Journal announced the opening of Prima, a new restaurant in the Gulch and one of Miranda Whitcomb Pontes’ [Community Hospitality] latest business ventures.

David Waddell [Waddell and Associates] wrote about the U.S. Federal Reserve’s quantitative easing program’s conclusion for the Nashville Ledger and the Memphis Daily News.

Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] offered advice for securing the best health coverage this upcoming year in his Tennessean article. 

The Tennessean mentioned that Mercury Intermedia [Stephen Tallent] is part of the development team for StyleBlueprint’s new app.

The Tennessean quoted Barry Smith [Eakin Partners] in an article about the $400 million project planned for Lower Broadway. The project would feature retail, restaurant and entertainment venues.

The Tennessean quoted J.J. Rosen [Atiba] in an article about the Nashville Incubation Center.

The Nashville Business Journal announced that Corsair Artisan Distillery [Darek Bell] has purchased a second site in the Wedgewood-Houston area, bringing its total workspace in the neighborhood to over 30,000 square feet.

Will Cheek, who leads the alcoholic beverage team at Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone], provided commentary concerning the new wine law in Tennessean article. The Daily News Journal reported that a Bone McAllester Norton attorney will speak at an upcoming Mind2Marketplace meeting about the opportunities that drone technology offers to businesses.

A Nashville Business Journal article noted that Launch Tennessee [Charlie Brock] participated in a round of funding that collectively raised $2.6 million for Evermind, a Nashville-based startup that makes monitoring devices for seniors living at home.

The Nashville Scene announced the official name of Bob Bernstein’s [Bongo Productions] new “modern diner,” Fenwick’s 300, which is slated to open later this month in the Melrose complex on Franklin Road.

John Huber [Moo Creative] mentioned Nashville Entrepreneurs' Organization in his Tennessean column about community and collaboration in Nashville.

Andy Bailey [Petra] wrote about how to achieve alignment within an organization in his Tennessean article.