EO Nashville Members in the News: Paul Jankowski, Allen Baler, Mike Hodges, Barry Smith, James Fields, Staci Bockman, Ginger Jones, Mark Deutschmann, Justin Crosslin, David Box, Phil Breeden

June 16, 2017


Forbes featured an article by Paul Jankowski [New Heartland Group] about hockey in the heartland.

Personal Liberty featured an article by the spokesperson for 4Patriots [Allen Baler] about sleep patterns both now and in an emergency.

Awards/Professional Recognition:

The Nashville Business Journal and the Tennessean announced the new members of the 2017-2018 Leadership Nashville class. The following EO Nashville members or their employees were selected:

  • Tina Hodges [Mike Hodges, Advance Financial]
  • Tom Harwell [Barry Smith, Eakin Partners]

The Nashville Chamber of Commerce announced the finalists for the 2017 Nashville Emerging Leader Award. The following EO Nashville members or their employees were included:

  • Megan Long [James Fields, Concept Technology Inc.]
  • Staci Bockman [312 Pizza Co]
  • Ginger Jones [Jones Therapy Services]
  • Byran Fort [Barry Smith, Eakin Partners]
  • Samantha Hart [Mark Deutschmann, Village Real Estate Services]

The Nashville Business Journal announced the winners of the 2017 Power Leaders in Finance for the accounting category. The following EO Nashville members or their employees were awarded:

  • John Crosslin [Crosslin]
  • Dell Crosslin [Justin Crosslin, Crosslin]
  • Justin Crosslin [Justin Crosslin, Crosslin]
  • David Hunt [Justin Crosslin, Crosslin]

The COO of Trinisys [David Box] was featured in the Nashville Business Journal’s Women of Influence series.

In the News:

The Nashville Ledger and the Nashville Business Journal featured EO Nashville for adding 14 new members and retaining its rank as second-largest chapter in the U.S and fourth-largest in the world. The following new members were listed:

  • Phil Breeden [FirstCall Claims]
  • Jennifer Ghanem [Keller, Turner, Ruth, Answers & Ghanem, PLLC]
  • Angie Lawless [Wagon Wheel Title and Escrow, LLC]
  • James Lewis [Community Hospitality LLC]
  • Trey Myers [Turnipblood Entertainment]
  • Nicholas Ogden [Clear Blue Equity]
  • Pamela Peters [DPM of Nashville Inc.]
  • Trent Sullivan [LINES, Inc interiors + architecture]
  • Jon Thompson [Thompson Electric Inc.]
  • Martin Watts [Ozark River Portable Sinks]
  • Casey Riggs [Riggs Davie PLC]
  • Dani Dubetz [Music City Loft]
  • Bryan White [Crosslin Technologies]
  • Sherry Deutschmann [LetterLogic Inc.]

Moo TV [Scott Scovill] was featured in the Nashville Business Journal for the technical support it provided to the Nashville Predators during the Stanley Cup Final.

The Nashville Business Journal mentioned DWC Construction [John Arndt] for handling construction on a Tex-Mex barbecue restaurant coming to Hendersonville. The company was also mentioned in the Nashville Post for handling a build-out project in the Gulch.

Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] was mentioned in the Nashville Post for providing legal services to the company behind Nashville Yards, the multi-building development coming to the former LifeWay Campus. Bone was also mentioned in the Tennessean for representing the Grand Prix of Nashville’s board members.

Robert Hartline [Absolute Wireless] was quoted in MDJ Online for acquiring 23 Sprint locations across the Southeast.

An alumni coordinator with Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] was quoted in a Clarion-Ledger article about the record number of drug overdose deaths in Mississippi.

The general manager of Beyond the Edge [Matthew Charette] was quoted in a NewsChannel5 story about the crowds that gathered downtown for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Core Development [Mark Deutschmann] was featured in a Tennessean article for purchasing the former Kirby Welding Building from Darek Bell [Corsair Distillery] in the Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood.

Henrietta Red [Ben Goldberg and Max Goldberg] was mentioned in the Atlanta Journal Constitution and Vogue as a trendy new restaurant in Nashville. A chef from The Catbird Seat was mentioned in a Metro Philadelphia article for participating in the 12th annual Great Chefs event in Philadelphia. Paradise Park was included in a Nashville Business Journal article about the recent Predators’ home games.

Bell & Associates Construction [Darek Bell] was mentioned in a Nashville Post article about replacing bridges on Interstate 24.

Michael Moscardelli [PFP] was mentioned in the Wilson Post and the Lebanon Democrat for being elected as a board member for CedarStone Financial Inc.

Showhomes [Bert Lyles] was mentioned in a Northern Nevada Business Weekly article about franchise expansion across the nation. The company was also featured in an article by the Citizen Times about home staging in Asheville.

Jennifer Lee [REN Dermatology] was featured in a NewsChannel5 article about SPF values in sunscreen.