EO Nashville Members in the News: Alex Tolbert, Jeff Bradford, John Rowley, Will Newman, Sam Sanchez, Benjamin Goldberg, Max Goldberg, John Kepley, Robert Collins, David Callahan, J.J. Rosen

November 11, 2016

Articles/Columns:

John Rowley’s [Fletcher Rowley] 2015 article about how Trump’s victory would signal a failure of conventional thinking by political pundits was republished by NonDoc.

In his article for Benefits Pro, Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] discussed how businesses are handling new overtime regulations.

Jeff Bradford [the Bradford Group] wrote an article for PRNews about generating positive publicity for technology companies. Ragan’s PR Daily featured an article written by an account executive with the Bradford Group discussing six lessons for perfect pitches.

Awards/Professional Recognition:

The Nashville Business Journal released the top 40 Nashville restaurants as rated by Zagat. Included were the following restaurants owned by EO Nashville members:

  • Edley’s Bar-B-Que [Will Newman]
  • Sperry’s [Sam Sanchez]
  • The Catbird Seat [Benjamin Goldberg and Max Goldberg]

In the News:

EO Nashville’s post-election survey results were featured in the Nashville Business Journal. John Kepley [Teknetex] was quoted in the article, explaining that successful companies, like those in EO Nashville, are agile enough to make the most of any potential changes.

GCA News featured a photo spread of EO Nashville’s Moveable Feast. The following members were pictured:

  • John Kepley [Teknetex]
  • Robert Collins [Wealth Management Group of Tennessee]
  • David Callahan [Goodman Callahan Blackstone]
  • J.J. Rosen [Atiba]
  • Will Huynh [Shoe Metro]
  • Robert Gee [Smith Gee Studios]
  • Chris Corby [SFM Facility Management]

Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] was quoted in a Nashville Business Journal article about upcoming changes in the health insurance system.

Home Health Care News quoted Dan Hogan [Medalogix] in a story about home health care providers using data in end-of-life conversations.

CSO Online quoted the director of technology from Concept Technology Inc. [James Fields] in an article about ransomware.

Brad Hill [Local Search Masters] was featured in a Tennessee Tribune article for his company’s large blue building and his plans to make it even more noticeable with an electronic sign. Local Search Masters was mentioned in a Nashville Business Journal article about takeaways from the Inc. 5000 conference.

Memphis Daily News quoted David Waddell [Waddell and Associates] in an article analyzing the financial impacts of Trump’s win.

Civil Site Design Group [Kevin Gangaware] was mentioned in a Nashville Post article for its involvement in the new boutique Nashville hotel, The Bobby.

The Tennessean quoted Mark Deutschmann [Core Development] in an article about affordable Nashville condos.

Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] was featured in a Tennessean podcast about hosting an upcoming event that combines the art of burlesque and whiskey. The Bowling Green Daily News also mentioned that the distillery’s Kentucky location will be the site of an upcoming VIP fundraising event.

The Tennessean mentioned that Bongo Java Roasting Co. [Bob Bernstein] will have a location at the new Alloy on Tech Hill condo development. Grins Vegetarian Cafe was mentioned in a Paste Magazine article as one of Nashville’s notable vegetarian-friendly restaurants.

Josh Segall [Space Inch] was mentioned in a Jewish Observer article for being selected by the Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee to help recruit leaders for the Federation’s community relations committee.

Pollstar Pro announced that Moo TV [Scott Scovill] is a nominee for the 28th Annual Pollstar Video Company of the Year Award.

Benjamin Goldberg and Max Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] were included in the Tennessean’s list of attendants at the 2016 Conservancy Gala. StyleBlueprint quoted Max and mentioned Le Sel in a blog post about throwing a better holiday party. Paradise Park and Le Sel were mentioned in an Insider Louisville article about spending 48 hours in Nashville. The Tennessean mentioned The Band Box and its close proximity to many new Germantown apartments. Sounds Like Nashville mentioned the Catbird Seat in its article about traveling to Nashville for the CMA Awards in 2017.

The Houston Chronicle mentioned Edley’s Bar-B-Que [Will Newman] in an article about a couple’s search for the best barbeque on a 3,000 mile road trip.

Austin Ray [A.Ray Hospitality] was quoted in a Tennessean article about Nashville’s gourmet burger trend. M.L. Rose was mentioned in another Tennessean article about the best cures for a hangover.