EO Nashville Members in the News: Tammy Hawes, James Fields, Justin Crosslin, Ashlyn Hines, Michael Hodges, Dan Hogan, Barry Smith, J.J. Rosen, David Waddell, Bob Bernstein, Charlie Brock...

October 31, 2014

The Johnson City Press spotlighted Tammy Hawes [Virsys12] as she was inducted into the East Tennessee State University College of Business and Technology Hall of Fame.

James Fields [Concept Technology] heightened anticipation for futuristic gadgets in his Tennessean article.

Nashville Business Journal announced Crosslin Technologies’, a subsidiary of Crosslin & Associates [Justin Crosslin], acquisition of ProAccura, a Nashville-based IT firm. Nashville Business Journal also featured Crosslin & Associates’ new office space in today’s “Working the Room” article.

Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] was featured in the Nashville Business Journal for its release of the rendering of the future Clairmont Ave. multifamily project, which will break ground in 2015. Bristol Development Group was also mentioned in Commercial Property Executive for its partnership with SouthStar LLC on the Ovation project in Cool Springs.

The Tennessean spotlighted Advance Financial [Michael Hodges] for its campaign to collect nonperishable food donations throughout November to help support Second Harvest Food Bank.

Nashville Business Journal and Nashville Post mentioned Medalogix [Dan Hogan] as a semi-finalist in the Harvard Health Acceleration Challenge.

The Tennessean, Nashville Business Journal, Nashville Post and Birmingham Business Journal all announced that Brasfield and & Gorrie will be leasing office space in a Gulch tower that Eakin Partners [Barry Smith] is developing.

J.J. Rosen [Atiba] advocates for the benefits of cloud technologies and their ability to help businesses cut expenses in his Tennessean column.

The Tennessean featured an exclusive look at Miranda Whitcomb Pontes’ [Community Hospitality] much-anticipated Gulch restaurant named Prima.


(Photo: Courtesy of Prima Photo by Andrea Behrends)

David Waddell’s [Waddell and Associates] article in the Nashville Ledger recognizes China as the generator of global economic growth and the U.S. as the controller of the world’s interest rates.

On the Forecheck featured Bongo Productions’ Fido [Bob Bernstein] in its unofficial guide to Nashville.

Charlie Brock [Launch Tennessee] wrote a Tennessean article on initiatives aimed at increasing the participation of women in coding programs.

A Commercial Property Executive article named RPM Transportation Consultants [Bob Murphy] as a key player on the development team for a mixed use project in Cool Springs.

Nashville Scene reported that OZ Arts Nashville [Tim Ozgener] hosted TedxNashvilleSalon: CREO, a creative forum connecting some of the city’s leading innovators and artists.

Showhomes [Bert Lyles] gave information about the role of a resident manager in the home staging process in a recent NetQuote.com article.

The Paradigm Group’s [Robert Levy] Paradigm Project, a tool designed to help advisers make informed decisions about their clients, was featured in an article on MortgageIntroducer.com.

Former Brooks & Dunn singer, Kix Brooks, visited Cork and Cow restaurant [Jason McConnell] and left with some tips on preparing a great steak for his show Steak Out with Kix Brooks, according to an article on People.

Nashville Business Journal reported that Turtle Anarchy, a craft brewing company, is leasing space from Music City Tents and Events [J.T. Terrell, Joe Freedman, Glen McConnell].