EO Nashville Members in the News: Alex Tolbert, Tom Turner, JJ Rosen, Julie May, Dan Hogan, Danny Whetstone, Barry Smith, Rosemary Plorin, John Rowley, Eddie Stewart, Will Newman, John Ardnt

January 18, 2016

Articles /Columns

In his Tennessean column, Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] discussed the changing landscape of health insurance as more “young invincibles” enter the marketplace.

John Burchfield, president of DSi [co-founded by EO member Tom Turner], shared how to best communicate your company culture to clients in the Nashville Business Journal.

JJ Rosen [Atiba] discussed techies’ access to employees’ private data in his Tennessean column.

Julie May [Bytes of Knowledge] wrote in the Tennessean about how caregivers of the elderly can use technology to decrease worry while they’re away from patients.

In the News

Medalogix [Dan Hogan] was included in an article in Becker’s Hospital Review as one of 30 disruptive healthcare companies to watch.

DWP Live [Danny Whetstone] was featured in a Live Design article about lighting up the Nashville Parthenon in its original colors.

Barry Smith [Eakin Partners] was quoted in the Tennessean’s story about concerns of an overheated Nashville real estate market.

The Nashville Post reported that Lovell Communications [Rosemary Plorin] is opening an office in Baton Rouge, La.

Fletcher Rowley [John Rowley] shared results in NonDoc of its poll that compared presidential candidates to Star Wars characters.

The Nashville Post featured a Q&A with Eddie Stewart [Stewart Transportation Solutions] discussing the local transportation and logistics industry.

Edley’s Bar-B-Que [Will Newman] was mentioned in Ace Weekly’s rundown of new restaurants in Lexington, Ky.

Atiba's [JJ Rosen] acquisition of Wheelhouse Marketing Advisors was covered by the TennesseanNashville Post and Nashville Business Journal, including a follow up NBJ piece. 

The Nashville Post mentioned DWC Construction Co. Inc [John Ardnt] in an article that listed new building permits in the area.   

Rory Vaden [Southwestern Consulting] shared productivity tips in the Harvard Business Review.

WGNS Radio outlined the construction plans for the intersection of Broad, Memorial and Old Fort Parkway that Bell & Associates [Darek Bell] is working to complete.

Bongo Java [Bob Bernstein] was listed by the Tennessean as one of the businesses coming to a new development at 1821 Jefferson Street. The Nashville Business Journal said Bernstein was present for the groundbreaking ceremony. Fido and Bernstein were also mentioned in a Tennessean article about the Jefferson Street development. The Vanderbilt Hustler commended Fido for having a healthy menu. The Vanderbilt Hustler also listed Fido as one of the restaurants participating in Nashville Restaurant Week.

An attorney for Bone McAllester Norton [Charles Robert Bone] was quoted in an article by WBAY about a new proposed law in Tennessee.

The Nashville Post reported that Vaco Resources [Jerry Bostelman] is planning to open an office in Minneapolis.

The Nashville Scene mentioned Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] in a list of restaurants that were surprisingly left out of a new publication about Nashville’s restaurant scene. The Nashville Scene also listed Two Ten Jack as having one of the best soups in Nashville.

Fox 17 mentioned Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] in an article about gambling addiction and the Powerball. Brentwood Home Page reported that country music singer Mary Fletcher is partnering with Addiction Campuses to help raise money for treatments. A market director for Addiction Campuses was quoted by Local Memphis in an article about medication that will reverse heroin overdoses.

Brad Hill [Local Search Masters] was quoted in the Tennessean about the upcoming relocation of 30 employees to new offices on Jefferson Street.

The Nashville Scene reported that Jackson Miller [L2M] is running for a position on the Metro school board.

The Nashville Ledger reported that a realtor from Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] announced a new development.

Town and Country praised The Catbird Seat [Benjamin Goldberg] for its role in bringing about change in the Nashville restaurant community. The Nashville Scene and the Tennessean also highlighted the article. The Nashville Scene listed cooks from The Catbird Seat among the participants in a class on how to safely practice charcuterie.