EO Nashville Members in the News: Dan Hogan, J.J. Rosen, Alex Tolbert, Tom Turner, Mark Scrivner, John Kepley, Dominique Arrieta, George Uribe, Kevin Gangaware, Allen Baler, Robert Hartline

November 18, 2016

Articles/Columns:

Dan Hogan [Medalogix] wrote an article for Long Term Living discussing how prescriptive analytics can improve patient outcomes.

In his Tennessean column, J.J. Rosen [Atiba] discussed how cloud computing is changing the role of tech support.

Awards/Professional Recognition:

The Nashville Business Journal announced the winners of the 2016 Next Awards. The following EO Nashville members were recipients:

  • Dan Hogan [Medalogix], Entrepreneur of 2016

  • Bernard Health [Alex Tolbert], Market Mover in Health Care

  • DSi [Tom Turner], Business Culture Award

  • SnapShot Interactive [Mark Scrivner], Market Mover in Digital Media & Entertainment

In the News:

The Nashville Post featured EO Nashville’s post-election survey results. 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.

GHP Architects [Dominique Arrieta] was featured in an Architecture & Design article about recently designing a house.

The Williamson Source featured George Urbine [Guestbooker.com] in article about receiving Kentucky’s highest honor of Kentucky Colonel.

Civil Site Design Group [Kevin Gangaware] was mentioned in a Nashville Post article for its involvement in developing a boutique hotel downtown.

The Peninsula Daily News mentioned 4Patriots [Allen Baler] for its $5,000 donation of survival food to the Captain Joseph House.

Hytch [Robert Hartline] was featured in the Daily News Journal for its involvement in MTSU’s Global Entrepreneurship Week.

The Nashville Post mentioned Core Development [Mark Deutschmann] in an article about a cidery coming to the Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood. A realtor with Village Real Estate Services was quoted in a Tennessean article about a new development in the Rosebank neighborhood.

RPM Transportation Consultants [Bob Murphy] was mentioned in a Tennessean article about the proposed FedEx Ground facility in Murfreesboro and the traffic implications this facility could have on the city.

SurfKY News reported that a school in Kentucky was recognized for using GoNoodle [John Herbold] more than any other school across 13 counties.

Anchor Investments [Micah Lacher] was mentioned by the Tennessean for sponsoring Ms. Cheap’s annual $500 holiday challenge.

AdWeek and AgencySpy mentioned New Heartland Group [Paul Jankowski] as a client of a new PR firm coming to Nashville.

Nashville Soccer Club [Chris Redhage] was featured in a Nashville Business Journal article about Metro’s support of building a soccer-specific stadium. A photo of Redhage was published in a Nashville Business Journal article about the soccer club playing an important role in bringing Major League Soccer (MLS) to Music City. The Nashville Business Journal also mentioned Redhage in an article about building the Nashville Soccer Club.

NewsChannel5 mentioned Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] in a story about the number of deaths caused by drug overdoses in Tennessee.

Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] was mentioned in a Nashville Post article about Nashville’s craft beer brewing scene.

A founding member of Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone] was mentioned in a Nashville Post article for being added to the INSBANK board of directors.  

StyleBlueprint featured Le Sel [Benjamin Goldberg and Max Goldberg] as a comfortable, artistic space for hosting holiday parties. The Patterson House was mentioned in a Tennessean article about celebrating the repeal of prohibition at the Frist Center. Eater Nashville mentioned that veteran chefs from The Catbird Seat and Bastion would be manning a new restaurant in East Nashville. In a Q&A with the Tennessean, the executive chef of the Hermitage Hotel and Capitol Grille said he would like to try The Catbird Seat.

 

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