EO Nashville Members in the News: Traylor Woodall, Bob Murphy, Julie May, Bert Lyles, Patrick Burke, Corey Lile, Evan Austill,David Frederiksen, Darek Bell, Bob Bernstein, Charlie Brock...

October 3, 2014

 

Traylor Woodall [Fivestone Studios] wrote a blog for the Nashville Business Journal on why your business should already be thinking about holiday cards. A collage at the Fivestone Studios office appeared in the Nashville Business Journal’s photo of the week.

The Tennessean cited RPM Transportation Consultants’ [Bob Murphy] traffic study in an article about the Amp project. 

Julie May’s [Bytes of Knowledge] article in the Tennessean reviews the new iOS 8 features.

CBS Los Angeles included a segment on Showhomes’ [Bert Lyles] home staging concept.

Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] landed on Zagat’s “The 10 Hottest Restaurants in Nashville.” 

Corey Lile [OccuSure Workers’ Compensations Specialists] wrote an article in the Alabama Self-Insurers Association’s newsletter about the importance of a proactive strategy in eliminating workers’ compensation claims costs.

PatientFocus’ [Evan Austill and David Frederiksen] partnership with IngagePatient was detailed on Insurance News, and Physical Therapy Products featured the company in an article.

Nashville Scene covered Corsair Distillery’s [Darek Bell] hire of well-known brewer Karen Lassiter.

A WKRN story mentioned Bongo Productions [Bob Bernstein] in a story on the Omni Hotel’s first anniversary.

The Chattanoogan covered Launch Tennessee’s [Charlie Brock] announcement of the businesses chosen to participate in this year’s The TENN program. The Tennessean, the Commercial Appeal and the Nashville Post also featured the announcement. The company’s Reverse Pitch event was covered in separate articles in The Tennessean and the Chattanooga Times Free Press.

The Nashville Post reported on personnel additions at Medalogix [Dan Hogan], including the recent hiring of a CFO and senior vice president.

A Winston-Salem Journal story on the marketing of emergency room wait times included InQuicker.com [Michael Brody-Waite].

An interview with Casey Zolezzi of Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] appeared in The Tennessean.

Max Goldberg of Strategic Hospitality [Ben Goldberg] was listed as a speaker for Jumpstart Foundry’s new CHARGE storytelling conference in The Tennessean. Pinewood Social appeared in Atlanta Magazine on a list of places to visit while in Nashville.

Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] appeared in the Nashville Business Journal for its role in the Cool Springs Ovation development project.

The Kirkland Company [William Kirkland] appeared on Commercial Property Executive  and in the Nashville Business Journal for representing the seller in an $11 million real estate deal.