EO Nashville Member News — Oct. 27, 2017

October 27, 2017


In his column for the Tennessean, Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] discussed the Affordable Care Act options available to Nashvillians. Alex also wrote a column for BenefitsPro about quick tips to support customers with new HR platforms.

In the News:

The Tennessee Tribune reported that Best Buddies TN has recognized Advance Financial [Michael Hodges] with the charity’s Most Money Raised award for a donation of $7,000.

The Village Fund, the charitable initiative of Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] was mentioned in the Tennessean for contributing nearly $2 million to local nonprofits serving the areas of housing, community, environment, smart growth and the arts.

The bar manager at Henrietta Red [Ben Goldberg and Max Goldberg] was quoted in a GQ article about bartenders’ best Tinder date horror stories.

Hytch [Robert Hartline] was mentioned in a Tennessean article about Nashville’s transit plan and the lurking question of self-driving cars.

Becker’s Hospital Review included PatientFocus [David Frederiksen] in a roundup of 160-plus healthcare companies to know in 2017.

Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] was quoted in a WSMV story about the LifeWay tower implosion.

Arnie Malham [CJ Advertising] was interviewed on the business podcast Find Your Yellow Tux.

Nashville Business Journal interviewed Darek Bell [Bell and Associates, Corsair Distillery] about Nashville’s “cool factor.” Equipment World also mentioned Bell and Associates in a brief about this weekend’s road closures along Interstate 24. Camels and Chocolate also mentioned Corsair Distillery in a roundup of Tennessee’s urban distilleries.

The Tennessean ran a feature article on the recently opened Von Elrod’s Beer Garden & Sausage House [Austin Ray].

Nashville Soccer Club [Christopher Redhage] was mentioned by The Tennessean, WSMV and the Nashville Business Journal in stories about the Major League Soccer stadium proposal. The Lebanon Democrat covered a speech given by general manager Chris Jones to the Mt. Juliet Noon Rotary Club. NewsChannel 5 ran a story about the club’s new multilingual stickers. And The Tennessean also ran a story about season tickets for the club’s inaugural season going on sale.

Chefs from Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] were mentioned in Nashville Scene as scheduled participants in the Inaugural Nashville Beefsteak dinner, which was later postponed.

A representative of Collegiate Sports Data [Joleyn Smithing] appeared on a panel at Vanderbilt University to speak about entrepreneurship with students in the Vanderbilt Entrepreneurship Association (VEA).