EO Nashville Members in the News: Alex Tolbert, Andy Bailey, Elliott Holt, Jonathan Harris, Brent Clements, Paul Jankowski, Bob Murphy, Sam Sanchez, Bob Bernstein, K. Clay Haynes, Barry Smith

June 10, 2016

In his Tennessean column, Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] shared three things Tennessee health care consumers can expect in 2017.

Andy Bailey [Petra Coach] discussed the importance of foresight for businesses in his article for allBusiness.

Awards/Professional Recognition
The Tennessean and Nashville Business Journal reported that the following people were nominated for Nashville’s Emerging Leader Awards:

  • Elliott Holt [Medicopy Services Inc.] for medical and health care services
  • Jonathan Harris [Scout Properties, LLC] for real estate services
  • An employee of Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] for public relations, advertising and marketing

In the News
Paul Jankowski [New Heartland Group] mentioned EO Nashville in a Forbes article he wrote about the entrepreneurial opportunity in the New Heartland cities.

RPM Transportation Consultants [Bob Murphy] was mentioned in a Bowling Green Daily News article about upgrading bike trails in Bowling Green’s west end.

Sam’s Sports Bar [Sam Sanchez] was mentioned in the Chattanooga Times Free Press’ story about a new clothing boutique in Murfreesboro.

NPR mentioned Bongo Java [Bob Bernstein] in a story about Nashville high schoolers training as baristas. Bernstein was quoted in a Tennessean article about replacing the Five Points mural.

The Tennessean quoted K. Clay Haynes [Oak Tree Partners] about his company’s purchase of the 117 West Main St. building in Gallatin.

The Nashville Post reported that Eakin Partners’ [Barry Smith] 1201 Demonbreun mixed-use tower in The Gulch is near completion.

Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] was quoted in a Huffington Post article that praised Tennessee as a great place for start-ups. The Nashville Business Journal reported Launch Tennessee’s 36|86 conference kicked off with a female keynote speaker and panel titled “Female Focus.” Brock was quoted in a Chattanooga Times Free Press article about Chattanooga startups attending the 36|86 conference. The Nashville Business Journal mentioned Launch Tennessee in an article about the co-stars of CNBC’s “West Texas Investors Club.” The Nashville Business Journal also mentioned Launch Tennessee in an article about the future of wearable tech. The Nashville Post discussed how Launch Tennessee helps start-ups find investors. The Memphis Daily News reported that AgLaunch Accelerator is partially funded by a Launch Tennessee grant.

Lovell Communications [Rosemary Plorin] was mentioned as a firm that helps export the story of Middle Tennessee health care in a Nashville Post article.

THV11 reported on data from GoNoodle [John Herbold] stating that children in Arkansas get more physical activity than their peers in any other state in the nation.

M.L. Rose [Austin Ray] was mentioned in the Tennessean as a great place to brunch on Father’s Day.

John Rowley [Fletcher | Rowley, Inc.] was mentioned in the Capital Gazette’s article about repairing Sheriff Ron Bateman’s image. He was also featured on Fox Business, theBruce & Bob Show and WKRN discussing political strategy.

Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] was listed by the Tennessean as one of the local restaurants and bars donating a portion of Negroni sales to charity. Two Ten Jack was mentioned as a local food buyer in a Tennessean article about refugee farmers in South Nashville. The Nashville Scene listed Two Ten Jack as a participant at the Atlanta Food and Wine Festival.

The Lebanon Democrat and the Wilson Post reported that Michael Moscardelli [PFP, LLC] spoke at the Phoenix Ball.

The Tennessean published an interview between Ben Goldberg & Max Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality] and Nashville Lifestyles after the Goldbergs were selected as two of Nashville Lifestyles’ six Nashville Influencers. Ben and Max Goldberg appeared on theThe Front Burner with Jimmy and Andrew podcast to talk about Music City dining and drinking. A Nashville attorney praised Le Sel in his review for the Nashville Business JournalThe Patterson HousePinewood Social and Bastion were all listed by Pasteas top food spots during the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. The Catbird Seat and Bastion both made Jim Myers’ Top 25 restaurants in Nashville list in the Tennessean. A local chef praised Pinewood Social’s burger as his favorite local dish that’s not at his own restaurant in a Tennessean profile.

The Tennessean mentioned a visit to Adventureworks [Jennifer Halverson] as a great summer activity to try out in Nashville.