EO Nashville Members in the News: Alex Tolbert, JJ Rosen, Dan Hogan, Darek Bell, John Rowley, Mike Rustici, Charlie Brock, Barry Smith, Brent Clements, Mark Deutschmann, Benjamin Goldberg, JT Terrell

February 12, 2016

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In his Tennessean column, Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] shared three things you need to know about health care this tax season.  

JJ Rosen [Atiba LLC] discussed how technology could mark the end of snow days in his column for the Tennessean.  

In the News
The Nashville LedgerVenture Nashville and The Nashville Post announced EO Nashville’s 2016-2017 board of directors.

Home Health Care News reported that Medalogix [Dan Hogan] released Nurture, a new analytics-based solution for home health care.

WBKO reported that Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] is one of Bowling Green’s hidden treasures. Corsair was mentioned by the Whiskey Wash as an American maker of alternative whiskey.

John Rowley [Fletcher | Rowley, Inc.] shared his thoughts on the upcoming election and presidential candidates in a Q&A with NONDOC.  

The Westerly Sun discussed the sale of Rustici Software [Mike Rustici] and the growth of Watershed Systems, Inc.

Commercial Property Executive reported that LaunchTN [Charlie Brock] announced more than $280M was invested in Tennessee businesses in 2015. Charlie Brock was quoted by the Chattanooga Times Free Press about GigTank 365.

The Tennessean mentioned Eakin Partners, LLC [Barry Smith] as the developer for a new office building on Demonbreun.

Brentwood Home Page reported that Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] joined the Prevention Alliance of Tennessee.

Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] was mentioned by the Nashville Ledger regarding a recent sale in the Nations neighborhood.

The TennesseanNashville SceneNashville Post, and Nashville Eater reported that Strategic Hospitality [Benjamin Goldberg] opened new bar, Bastion.

Music City Tents [JT Terrell, Joe Freedman & Glenn McConnell] was mentioned in the Nashville Scene for sharing a facility with a re-emerging brewery.  

The Gallatin News quoted K.Clay Hines [Oak Tree Partners] about his company’s purchase and remodeling plans for the Suddarth building.

The Richmond BizSense reported that Union Presbyterian Seminary signed a contract with Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] to construct a $50 million apartment complex.

The Urban Land Institute of Nashville reported a list of its new members, including an employee from The Kirkland Company [William Kirkland].