EO Nashville Members in the News: Alex Tolbert, Julie May, Bob Murphy, Michael Hodges, Jeff Bradford, Will Newman, Ben Goldberg, Max Goldberg, Matthew Charette, Peter Hermann, John Kepley, Barry Smith

May 20, 2016


Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] discussed why health care consumers are facing an increased financial burden in his Tennessean column.

Julie May [bytes of knowledge] discussed how to win big at e-commerce in her Tennessean column.

The Tennessean mentioned that RPM Transportation Consultants, LLC [Bob Murphy] and Nashville’s Department of Public Works received an award from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for their work on modernizing 11th Avenue.

In the News
An Advance Financial [Michael Hodges] employee was featured in the Nashville Post for her completion of the Corporate Citizenship Practice Certification.

Crain’s Nashville featured Jeff Bradford [the Bradford Group] in its “If I Knew Then” series, which discusses lessons business leaders have learned over the years.

Actress Reese Witherspoon told the New York Times that she enjoys eating at Pinewood Social [Ben & Max Goldberg] and Edley’s Bar-B-Que [Will Newman]. The Examiner mentioned Pinewood Social as the site for an interview with a local band. Elite Daily listed The Patterson House as one of Nashville’s well known places to grab a cocktail. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch praised the Catbird Seat and Pinewood Social in its article about another Nashville restaurant.

Nashville Grizzlies player Jeremy Dykes mentioned Edley’s Bar-B-Que [Will Newman] and Batter’d & Fried Boston Seafood House [Matthew Charette] as two of the best places to eat in East Nashville in Out & About Nashville.

Peter Hermann [Belmont Software Services] co-founded a new company called BreatheAware that was mentioned in the Nashville Post and the Tennessean for receiving funding from Jumpstart.

John Kepley [Texnetex Inc.] and Barry Smith [Eakin Partners] were mentioned in a Tennessean article about Nashville office leasing rates, which have hit an all-time high at $40 per square foot.

The Nashville Post reported that Eakin Partners [Barry Smith] is developing Sony Music’s new space in the Gulch. The Well Coffeehouse will open its third location in a renovated garage space owned by Eakin Partners near Lipscomb’s new downtown campus, according to the Nashville Business Journal and the Nashville Post.

Bob Bernstein [Bongo Productions] was quoted in a WPLN story about training high schoolers as baristas.

Local Search Masters [Brad Hill] and CentreSource Inc. [Nicholas Holland] were mentioned in a Tennessean article for being part of Nashville’s creative ecosystem.

Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] was listed as a member of the Vanderbilt University Poll Board in a Vanderbilt article on elections polls.

Spring Hill Home Page reported that an employee from RPM Transportation Consultants, LLC [Bob Murphy] informed the city of Spring Hill that a new traffic light was necessary.

The Nashville Post listed Launch Tennessee [Charlie Brock] as one of the backers of a company making a car safety device. The Memphis Daily News reported that Launch Tennessee has funded the AgLaunch Accelerator, an agriculture and food innovation startup incubator.  

NJ.com mentioned how InQuicker [Michael Brody-Waite] is helping patients register in advance for an emergency room visit.

Christopher Redhage’s [ProviderTrust Inc.] involvement in bringing a professional soccer team to Nashville with the United Soccer League made headlines this week on LAGalaxy.com, SoccerAmerica.com, WKRN, the Nashville Business Journal, EmpireofSoccer.com, the Tennessean and the Nashville Post.

The Nashville Scene reported that The Kingston Group [Ricky Scott] will host the Nashville Home Builders’ BBQ Bash on Saturday, June 4 to support the Our Kids Center.

Live Design Online mentioned that One Republic’s lighting designer worked with Scott Scovill [Moo TV] to create video screens for the band’s tour.

A Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] cocktail was featured in a StyleBlueprint article about summer cocktails.

The Nashville Post reported that Crosslin & Associates [Justin Crosslin] has announced an employee as the new principal-in-charge of its tax department.

DigitalFacility.com mentioned Fivestone Studios [Traylor Woodall] as a participant in the 2016 Digital Workplace Tour, offering interactive demonstrations of the latest technologies driving productivity in today’s workplace.

Brentwood Home Page listed Southwestern Consulting [Rory & Amanda Vaden] as a sponsor for the Voices for Children CASA fundraiser.

The Tennessean and Inside Self-Storage reported that Smith Gee Studio [Robert Gee] is the architect on a project to build a self-storage building in Germantown.


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