EO Nashville Members in the News: Andy Bailey, Nathan Brandon, Julie May, Dan Hogan, Paul Jankowski, Ashlyn Hines, Elliott Holt, Darek Bell, Bob Bernstein, Charles Robert Bone, Patrick Burke

April 29, 2016


Andy Bailey [Petra Coach] discussed four ways to get started on a goal in his AllBusiness.com column.

Nathan Brandon [Pure Green LLC] provided tips to identify and get rid of spring weeds in his article in the Brentwood Homepage.

Julie May [bytes of knowledge] discussed four elements that define an agile organization in her Tennessean column.

Awards/Professional Recognition

Medalogix [Dan Hogan] was mentioned in a DOTmed story about the winner of Harvard’s prestigious Health Acceleration Challenge challenge. Medalogix was named a finalist for the award.

Music Biz 2016 named Paul Jankowski [New Heartland Group] as a speaker for the annual conference, which will take place in Nashville May 16-17. Jankowski will speak with Daniel Miller, manager of multi-Platinum country group Lady Antebellum, about how cultural marketing can lead to success.

Bisnow mentioned that a Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] employee will speak at Nashville’s State of the Market event on July 19 at the downtown Doubletree.

The Nashville Post and Executive Nashville reported that EO Nashville is now the third largest EO chapter in the world, and it has exceeded the global EO average for member satisfaction rankings. Executive Nashville’s article also announced the names of EO Nashville’s 22 new members.

Nashville Business Journal article noted EO Nashville’s quarterly speaker series, in conjuction with the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, will highlight women and minority business owners and address topics related to diversity in Nashville. The article also mentioned that the Entrepreneur Center recently named a Diversity and Inclusion Board, of which Elliott Holt [MediCopy Services Inc.] is a member.

The Whiskey Wash featured Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] in an article about the Corsair Malt House. Corsair Distillery was also mentioned in the Franklin Homepage for participating in the upcoming Main Street Brew Fest. StyleBlueprint encouraged readers looking for an affordable date night to schedule a tour of Corsair Distillery.

In a piece on how to spend four full days in Nashville, the Huffington Post suggested starting the day by grabbing coffee at Fido, a Bongo Productions [Bob Bernstein]restaurant. The Nashville Post mentioned that a Bongo Productions property was sold in the last 12 months. The Lebanon Democrat reported that Bongo Java will offer free coffee during the Big Payback Game Day Throwdown event on May 3.

The Tennessean reported that Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] is one of 16 leaders who will guide Tennessee State University’s transition to a new board of trustees in 2017.

Nashville Eater reported Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] is hosting a ramen dinner on May 15 called “Sunday Noodles,” which will feature four chefs and four variations of ramen.

The Nashville Business Journal announced Addiction Campuses’ [Brent Clements]plans to nearly quadruple its local footprint with a move to a new Nashville headquarters.

JT Terrell [Music City Tents and Events] was interviewed in an episode of The Entrepreneur Way podcast. Terrell also mentioned Joe Freedman [Music City Tents and Events] and Andy Bailey [Petra Coach] as two of his entrepreneurial role models.

The Nashville Post reported a Germantown development under construction, which is being designed by Smith Gee Studio [Robert Gee], has changed its name to Peyton Stakes. The article noted that Civil Site Design Group [Kevin Gangaware] is handling civil engineering and landscape architecture work for the project.

The Nashville Scene mentioned Pinewood Social's [Ben Goldberg, Max Goldberg] upcoming pool patio pop-up party. The Tennessean mentioned the Catbird Seat in an article about Bon Appétit’s Nashville Grub Crawl. The Tennessean also acknowledged Paradise Park as a prime place for late-night people watching on Lower Broadway. A Tennessean op-ed on First Tennessee Park mentioned The Band Box’s forthcoming miniature golf course.

Neil Amrhein [All About Care Solutions] discussed home health services to help care for elderly loved ones in a NewsChannel5 feature.

PFP, LLC [Richard Moscardelli, Michael Moscardelli] employee was mentioned in the Lebanon Democrat for announcing his school board candidacy.

Rory Vaden [Southwestern Consulting] was quoted in a Bustle article on ways to complain less and feel happier. He was also quoted in a Forbes article about procrastination, and he was mentioned in a Creative Boom interview.

The Daily Herald published an article on suburban Chicago elementary students usingGoNoodle [John Herbold] to stay active at school. GoNoodle was also mentioned in an article about recess in Wicked Local Hopkinton.

StyleBlueprint mentioned that Liza Graves [StyleBlueprint] was a guest on The Ben & Morey Show.

Ginger Jones [Jones Therapy Services] was featured in an Inc. article about low-cost ways to recognize employees. Jones suggested rewarding a job well done through incentive programs.

The Nashville Scene noted Speakeasy Spirits [Jeff Pennington] and Corsair Artisan Distillery [Darek Bell] are participants in this weekend’s Music City Spirits and Cocktail Festival.

Remar Inc. [Nelson Remus] was mentioned in the Lebanon Democrat as a sponsor for the ninth annual Leeville Family Fun Day.