EO Nashville Members in the News: Andy Bailey, Charlie Brock, Julie May, Mark Deutschmann, Barry Smith, Ashlyn Hines, Alex Tolbert, Michael Burcham, Mike Hodges, Robert Jacobs

April 1, 2016

Andy Bailey [Petra Coach] discussed how to make work meetings more efficient in his Tennessean column.

Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] discussed the potential of investing in Southern companies in his Tennessean column.

Julie May [bytes of knowledge] shared tips on how to thwart hackers and keep your employee and business information safe in her Tennessean column.

Awards/Professional Recognition
The Nashville Business Journal recognized Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] and Michael Burcham [Narus Health] as 2016 Health Care Heroes winners.

In the News
The Nashville Post interviewed chairman Mike Hodges [Advance Financial] about the his view on the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau.

Bernard Health [Alex Tolbert] was mentioned in an article for the Tennessean about steps you can take to live a healthier life.

The Franklin Home Page reported that the Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] held meetings with the city of Franklin about the Avondale Cottages development near downtown Franklin.

The Tennessean reported that Oak Hall, owned by family of Robert Jacobs [Secure Identity Systems], has opened it's doors in Nashville.

The Sidney Daily News reported that Naturchem Inc. [Rom Kellis IV] is under contract to apply herbicides along roadside for weed control in Ohio.

Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] was mentioned in an Atlanta Journal Constitution article about things to do in Bowling Green, KY.

The Tennessean quoted Barry Smith [Eakin Partners] in an article about a new commercial property portfolio listings in the Green Hills/Music Row area.

Bongo Java, Fido, and Hot & Cold [Bob Bernstein] were mentioned in a Huffington Post blog about 10 places to go for coffee in Nashville.

The Tennessean published a Q&A with Nathan Brandon [Pure Green LLC] about his business.

StyleBlueprint listed Judith Bright [Judith Bright, LLC] as a top fashion designer in Nashville.

The Nashville Post reported that the Civil Site Design Group [Kevin Gangaware] is handling the engineering and planning duties for a two-tower Midtown project. The Nashville Post also reported that Civil Site Design Group is working with 200 Main to request that Metro abandon an alley near Nissan Stadium.

Launch Tennessee [Charlie Brock] was mentioned in the Nashville Post and Area Development Online for helping to bring a manufacturing complex to Springfield, Tennessee.

Rosemary Plorin [Lovell Communications] was quoted in memeburn about the different ways social media has changed public relations.

The Tennessean and Nashville Public Radio mentioned Michael Burcham [Narus Health] as a member of the panel that will help decide how to spend Nashville’s budget.

The Boot reported that some of the proceeds of the sale of Mary Fletcher’s single “I Called Him Dad” will be donated to Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements].

Village Real Estate [Mark Deutschmann] realtor was quoted by the Tennessean in a story about the Nations neighborhood. A Village Real Estate relator was mentioned as the listing agent for the “Sale of the Week” in a Nashville Ledger article.

The communications director for Strategic Hospitality [Benjamin and Max Goldberg] was featured by StyleBlueprint as one of the “outstanding FACES of Nashville.” The Nashville Scene mentioned the Catbird Seat in an article about a new ramen restaurant. The head bartender at Bastion was quoted by the Chicago Tribune about the fizz drink.