EO Nashville Members in the News: Andy Bailey, Dan Hogan, Michael Hodges, Liza Graves, Darek Bell, Bob Bernstein, Charles Robert Bone, Michael Brody-Waite, Charlie Brock, Brent Clements

August 26, 2016

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Andy Bailey [Petra Coach] wrote an article for SmallBizDaily on how to stay flexible and react to unplanned circumstances.

In the News:

In a Health IT Outcomes article, Dan Hogan [Medalogix] was quoted regarding the role of predictive analytics in health care. Hogan was also featured in a Crain’s article explaining how telling a joke could land a job.

Payday loan consumers across the country, including those of Advance Financial [Michael Hodges], were mentioned in The Cleveland Plain Dealer article about pushing back against the the proposed regulations on payday loan lenders because the loans are vital to their everyday lives.

GHP Environmental + Architecture’s [Dominique Arrieta] offices were featured in a StyleBlueprint [Liza Graves] article on what to wear during a Nashville September.

The Daily News Journal mentioned Bell and Associates [Darek Bell] as part of the crew working on the Bridge Over Broad Street project in Murfreesboro. Corsair Distillery was listed as a participant in the Kentucky Bourbon Mashoree in the Clarksville Leaf Chronicle. A former Corsair distiller was featured in the Washingtonian. Corsair Distillery was also mentioned in a StyleBlueprint interview with McKel Hill of Nutrition Stripped.

Bongo Java [Bob Bernstein] was mentioned as an upcoming addition to the Hillsboro-West End neighborhood in a Tennessean article about pedestrian safety in that area.

WKRN aired a story about Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone] raising money to help cover the costs of the Goodlettsville All-Stars competing in the Little League World Series in Pennsylvania. The firm was also mentioned in a Nashville Post article for representing the defendant in a local discrimination lawsuit.

Michael Brody-Waite [InQuicker.com] revealed the most important emotions startup founders need to land big deals in the Nashville Business Journal. The article also mentioned a Health:Further summit panel that included Trinisys [David Box].

Xconomy quoted a Launch Tennessee [Charlie Brock] director in an article about how fast internet speeds can attract businesses to a location.

An Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] spokesperson was quoted in a Richmond Register article about a new opioid addiction program that allows addicts to turn in drugs at police stations without facing arrest. The organization’s statistics on addicted Tennesseans receiving treatment was mentioned in a WSMV story that was featured on WTKR.com.

Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] realtor was quoted in a Tennessean article about a home listing in the Sylvan Park neighborhood that exceeds the list price record for that area.

Ben Goldberg and Max Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] were featured in a Nashville Business Journal article that included their thoughts on why location isn’t everything in the restaurant business. Bastion was highlighted by the Tennessean as one of four new bars in Nashville to try. Noble Nashville reported that Bastion made Playboy’s list of the “50 Best New Bars in America.” Bastion was also included in Southern Living’s list of best new restaurants in the South, as reported by the Tennessean. Bastion and The Band Box were mentioned in a Tennessean article about where to get ballpark foods outside the ballpark.

The Garden City Telegram mentioned that a Blue Cross Blue Shield grant provided all elementary schools in one Kansas county with unlimited access to GoNoodle [John Herbold].

Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] was mentioned in a Seeking Alpha article about a multifamily development in Birmingham, Alabama.

John Rowley [Fletcher Rowley] was featured on MSNBC’s AM Joy and WSM’s Nashville Today discussing crisis management and the 2016 election. He also appeared on Fox Business discussing flooding in Baton Rougethe Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton’s proposed plan to get small businesses back on trackFlorida Politics mentioned that Boca Raton Democratic Rep. Irv Sosberg is using Fletcher Rowley for campaign advertising.

The TennesseanNashville SceneNashville Business Journal and NOBLE all reported that Melrose Billiards will close in September and A.Ray Hospitality [Austin Ray] will take over the building’s lease in October. Nashville Eater published a letter by Ray regarding the future of Melrose Billiards. The Nashville Scene quoted Ray in an article on the same topic.