EO Nashville Members in the News:Alex Tolbert, JJ Rosen, Paul Jankowski, Patrick Burke, Benjamin Goldberg, William Newman, Darek Bell, Sam Sanchez, Brent Clements, Bob Bernstein, Charles Robert Bone..

October 9, 2015


Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] explained how consumers can save money during health insurance open enrollment in his Tennessean column.

JJ Rosen [Atiba] discussed how playing a musical instrument teaches valuable lessons that translate to the tech industry in his Tennessean column.

Paul Jankowski [New Heartland Group] explained the five things marketers need to know about pro-millennials living in the Southwest, Southeast and Midwest in a Forbes article.Death_to_stock_photography_weekend_work-(9-of-10).jpg


The following EO Nashville members have been recognized by the Nashville Scene’s 2015 Best of Nashville Writers’ Choice: 

  • Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] – Best Sushi
  • The Catbird Seat [Benjamin Goldberg] – Best Dessert
  • Pinewood Social [Benjamin Goldberg] – Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners

The following EO Nashville members have been recognized by the Nashville Scene’s 2015 Best of Nashville Readers’ Poll:

  • Pinewood Social [Benjamin Goldberg] – Best Bowling Alley, Best Bar That Makes You Feel Like You’re Not in Nashville
  • The Patterson House [Benjamin Goldberg] – Best Cocktails
  • Edley’s Bar-B-Que [William Newman] – Best Trivia Night, Best Barbecue
  • Corsair Distillery [Darek Bell] – Best Distillery
  • Sam’s Sports Bar [Sam Sanchez] – Best Sports Bar

In the News

The TennesseanNashville Business JournalNashville SceneEater Nashville, and Blouin Art Info announced the opening of Le Sel [Benjamin Goldberg], Strategic Hospitality’s latest venture. Eater Nashville also shared Le Sel’s opening week menus. The Nashville Scene included The Patterson House in an article about cocktails. Pinewood Social was mentioned in two Nashville Business Journal articles about bidding for two nearby sites on the southern edge of downtown Nashville. 

News Channel 3 mentioned Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] in a story about the scheduled release of 6,000 inmates from federal prisons.

Bongo Java [Bob Bernstein] was mentioned in a Nashville Scene article about East Nashville’s Tower Market and Deli. Fenwick’s 300 was included in a Tennessean article about seven things to do on a Titans-free Sunday.

Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] was mentioned in a Tennessean article about Mayor Megan Barry’s staff. 

The TennesseanMemphis Business Journal and Nashville Post announced the lineup of companies selected for The Tenn, Launch Tennessee’s [Charlie Brock] accelerator program. The Times Free Press mentioned Launch Tennessee in an article about AngelSummit. 

The Williamson Source interviewed Cullen Douglass [Douglass Financial Services] about the importance of managing financial risks.

The Nashville Business Journal mentioned Mark Deutschmann [Village Real Estate Services] in an article about Core Development’s East Nashville projects.

Bristol Development Group [Ashlyn Hines] was mentioned in a Richmond Times-Dispatch article about Union Seminary development plans. The Nashville Business Journal and Nashville Post reported SouthStar’s plans to sell the land it owns for the proposed Ovation development to Bristol Development Group.

Medalogix [Dan Hogan] was included in a Harvard Business Review article about the Health Acceleration Challenge. Fierce Healthcare included Medalogix in an article about ideas that could transform health care delivery. Medalogix was also included in a Becker’s Hospital Review about companies with the potential to change health care delivery.

RPM Transportation Consultants [Bob Murphy] was mentioned in a Tennessean article about the Capitol View bikeway/greenway trail.

Julie May [bytes of knowledge] was mentioned in a Brentwood Home Page article about Williamson, Inc. Young Professionals’ CEO Roundtable. 

The Nashville Business Journal interviewed Tim Martin, president of Rustici Software [Mike Rustici], about why promoting diversity is a top priority for the company.

U.S. News & World Report quoted Gregory Siskind [Siskind Susser] in an article about immigrants being denied green cards.