EO Nashville Member News – Oct. 6, 2017

October 6, 2017


The Nashville Post featured an excerpt from Mark Deutschmann’s [Village Real Estate Services] new book, One Mile Radius – Building Community from the Core.

In the News:

The Nashville Post announced the participants of this year’s EO Nashville Catalyst class. Alan Young [Armor Concepts] and Michael Burcham [Narus Health] were also mentioned in the article.

A benefits practice leader with Bernard Health [Alex Tolbert] was quoted in Employee Benefit Adviser about disruption in the benefits industry.

Michael Burcham [Narus Health] was featured in the Nashville Business Journal for joining forces with Lucent Health, a third-party administrator that helps employers manage benefits and insurance claims.

The Nashville Post mentioned Smith Gee Studio [Hunter Gee] for previously serving as architect on East Nashville’s Fatherland Flats, which are now for sale.

Core Development [Mark Deutschmann] was featured in a Nashville Post article about Alloy, the city’s first condo project to use modular housing techniques.

Augusta Magazine mentioned Judith Bright, LLC [Judith Bright] in a roundup of unique boutiques to visit in Nashville.

Greko Street Food [Tony Darsinos] was included in a Tennessean list of five guilt-free dishes from Nashville restaurants.

The Catbird Seat and The Patterson House [Ben Goldberg and Max Goldberg] were mentioned in a Tennessean article for being two of the first high-end dining concepts to hit Nashville’s restaurant scene. Augusta Magazine mentioned Bastion in a roundup of places to eat in Nashville.

Clarksville Now mentioned Bell and Associates Construction [Darek Bell] in a story about the temporary closure of a section of I-24. The Guardian mentioned Corsair Distillery in an article about the rise of craft distilleries.

A member of Healthcare Bluebook [Jeff Rice] was quoted in a San Diego Union Tribune story about reducing high health care costs. Fortune and PE Hub reported that Primus Capital Funds invested in Healthcare Bluebook.

The Tennessean featured a “first look” of Von Elrod’s Beer Garden and Sausage House [Austin Ray].

Amy Tanksley [Uncle Classic Barbershop] was interviewed by the Nashville Business Journal for the company’s “40 Under 40” series.

The Tennessean and WKRN reported that a video crew from Moo TV [Scott Scovill] was at the Las Vegas concert where Sunday’s shooting took place. All members of the crew were safe.

The Nashville Soccer Club [Christopher Redhage] was mentioned in the Tennessean and ESPN FC in stories about a proposed Major League Soccer stadium. The Nashville Business Journal also mentioned the club in a story about Nashville being a contender to host the 2026 World Cup.

EO Event Info:

Learning From Legends – Randy Rayburn: October 17, 7:30am- 9am at Cabana

Join us over breakfast for our Learning from Legends series with Randy Rayburn - the godfather of Nashville’s restaurant scene.. Randy began his restaurant career in 1975 as a bus boy and launched his first restaurant, Sunset Grill, 15 years later. He has since  helped open 11 restaurants in the Nashville area. Randy currently owns Cabana and Midtown Cafe.  Don't miss an opportunity to hear from this pioneer restauranteur and his expertise on Nashville’s dining scene. Register here.

EO Moveable Feast in Germantown: Wednesday - October 25, 6:30pm

This year’s annual Moveable Feast will take place in Germantown. Plan for a date night and book the sitters. We will spread out over several restaurants for three courses and meet up together for dessert. Out of respect to our budget and for the experience of all involved, we ask that if you must cancel, you do so with at least 72 hours notice, or you will owe the chapter $100/person. Register here to attend.

Think-Tank Annual Reviews, Enticements and Motivation: November 3, 7:30am- 9:00am at E|Spaces

Join your fellow EOers in an intimate setting on the timely topic of Annual Reviews, Enticements and Motivation. Register here.

Operation EO at Second Harvest, 331 Great Circle Road: November 9, 5- 8pm

Families will be served dinner while learning about Second Harvest before volunteering in the center. This is limited to 100 volunteers ages 6 and up. Register here to attend. Projects will be divided as follows:

  • Project 1 (ages 12+) - evaluate, sort and box non-perishable food donations from supermarkets and other stores
  • Project 2 (ages 6+) & five parents - assemble food boxes and bags for school feeding programs or senior feeding programs, bag bulk produce into family-sized portions
  • Project 3 (ages 12+) - evaluate, sort and box frozen or perishable food donations in our 40 degree cooler