EO Nashville Members in the News: William Newman, Darek Bell, Bob Bernstein, James Fields, Amy Tanksley, Sam Sanchez, Andy Bailey, Charles Robert Bone, Charlie Brock, Patrick Burke, Brent Clements...

January 9, 2015

USA Today lauded Nashville’s most iconic dining experiences, including Edley’s Bar-B-Que [William Newman], Catbird Seat [Strategic Hospitality], Patterson House [Strategic Hospitality], Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] and Bongo Java [Bob Bernstein].


[Photo courtesy of Edley's Bar-B-Que]

James Fields [Concept Technology] featured technology predictions for 2015 in his Tennessean column.

The Nashville Business Journal announced Uncle Classic Barbershop's [Amy Tanksley] next outpost in Hillsboro Village's new mixed-use development. 

The Tennessean and Nashville Business Journal reported Sam's Sports Bar's [Sam Sanchez] plans to transition Bosco's former space into a marketplace and brewery. 

Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] was named in a Johnson City Press article as a source of inspiration for a new distillery opening in Jonesborough. The West Valley News and Columbus Dispatch quoted Jason Ingram, director of sales for Corsair Distillery, on liquor laws in Ohio.

12th and Broad featured Andy Bailey’s [Petra Coach] top five favorite new startups as part of 12th & Broad's Entrepreneur Resource series.

The Nashville Scene mentioned Bob Bernstein [Bongo Productions] and his new restaurant Fenwick’s 300 in a commentary on Melrose area development. Hot & Cold and Fido appeared in a Tennessean article announcing the opening of a Jeni’s Ice Cream in Hillsboro Village. The Tennessean also mentioned Fido in another piece detailing new developments in the neighborhood. Kory Wheeler, Bongo Java barista, appeared in USA Today and Yahoo! Music featuring his American Idol audition story. 

WSMV covered the special viewing of "Selma" hosted by Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone].

Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] wrote his Tennessean article on New Year’s resolutions for successful businesses. The Nashville Business Journal and Tennessean both covered Launch Tennessee’s announcement that Julia Hartz, co-founder and president of Eventbrite, will keynote the new 36/86 conference this summer. 

The rebranding of Zumi into Lucky Belly [Patrick Burke] was mentioned in a Tennessean article regarding Sam’s Sports Grill’s planned brewery in the Hillsboro Village neighborhood.

The TennesseanBrentwood Home PageWTVF and WSMV cautioned against drug and alcohol abuse during the holiday season, suggesting Addiction Campuses of America [Brent Clements]  as a recovery resource. Out & About Magazine mentioned Addiction Campuses of America in an article acknowledging the pressures of drugs in the gay community.

Brian Copeland, chief of broker services at Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann], was quoted in an Inman blog on how 3-D models are changing the real estate industry.

Yahoo! Travel included Pinewood Social [Benjamin Goldberg] in a list of the best places to visit off of Broadway. 

Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] was highlighted in a Tennessean article regarding its recent sale near Centennial Park.

John Huber’s [Moo Creative Media] Tennessean column featured rules for hiring creatives.

An Entrepreneur article described the value Showhomes’ [Bert Lyles] staging method adds to houses on the market.  

Julie May’s [bytes of knowledge] Tennessean column offered advice on controlling cybershadows.  

A Tennessean article forecasting tech trends applauded NovaCopy’s [Darren Metz] leadership in the local 3-D printing industry.

Mary Fulcher [Fulcher Investment Properties] was quoted in the Nashville Scene describing her company’s preservation of The Melrose complex.

A Tennessean article recognizing the independent spirit of Gallatin Avenue included Dino’s [Miranda Whitcomb Pontes]