EO Nashville Members in the News: JJ Rosen, Greg Siskind, Ross Booher, Tom Turner, Jeff Bradford, Jeff Rice, Michael Hodges, John Arndt, Staci Bockman, Mark Deutschmann, Leslie Embry, Michael Burcham
March 24, 2017
JJ Rosen [Atiba] wrote a column for the Tennessean about seven business myths to ignore.
Greg Siskind [Siskind Susser] wrote an article for the Commercial Appeal about how new administration policies will continue to exacerbate the issue of physician shortages in rural and poor areas.
Ross Booher [Latitude Legal Solutions] was included in the Nashville Post’s “2017 In Charge - Legal” list.
In the News:
The Tennessee Tribune featured EO Nashville, DSi [Tom Turner] and Jeff Bradford [the Bradford Group] in an article about the recent EO Nashville Behind the Scenes event.
Healthcare Bluebook [Jeff Rice] was featured on WSMV, WKRN, NewsChannel5 and Fox17 for offering free healthcare shopping services to Middle Tennessee. News about the partnership between Healthcare Bluebook and Amsurg was featured on Becker’s ASC Review. The company was also featured in a USA Today, CNBC, Kiplinger and Forbes as a solution to paying less for healthcare services.
Sparta Live announced the opening of a new Advance Financial [Michael Hodges] location in Sparta, Tenn.
DWC Construction [John Arndt] was mentioned in the Nashville Post for its involvement in upgrading the West Nashville building home to Thistle Farms.
The Nashville Post mentioned 312 Pizza [Staci Bockman] as a tenant for a new adaptive use project near the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. Crains Nashville mentioned the restaurant in an article about build-your-own pizza concepts in Nashville.
Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] was mentioned in a Nashville Post article for handling the marketing and sales for the City Lights residential project on Rutledge Hill. Core Development’s Alloy on Tech Hill project was mentioned in a Nashville Post article for its location in Wedgewood-Houston.
NewsChannel5 featured the Blowout Co. [Leslie Embry] in a Talk of the Town segment about extending the life of a blowout.
Michael Burcham [Narus Health] was mentioned in an AntiochTenn article for his role on a panel that will hear public investment proposals from metro departments and partner organizations.
The Lebanon Democrat mentioned Adventureworks [Jennifer Halverson] as one of the activities guests can participate in at the Fontanel property.
DSi [Tom Turner] was mentioned in the Nashville Post for promoting Lance Thieshen to vice president of operations.
The Band Box [Ben Goldberg and Max Goldberg] was mentioned in the Tennessean as a great place to hang out at upcoming Nashville Sounds’ games. People Magazine mentioned Pinewood Social as one of Reese Witherspoon’s favorite spots in Nashville. Pinewood Social was also mentioned in the Tennessean as one of The Voice contestant Andrea Thomas’ top places to go in Nashville.
The Tennessean interviewed a local pastry chef who said Two Ten Jack [Patrick Burke] was her favorite restaurant in Nashville.
George Uribe [Guestbooker.com] offered NATPE ten tips for delegates looking to book experts for talk shows and documentaries.
Rory Vaden [Southwestern Consulting] was mentioned in a Douglas County Sentinel article for his 2015 TEDxDouglasville talk, which has been viewed more than one million times on YouTube.
Worship Tech Director featured Mankin Media Systems [Ben Mankin] for lighting work at North Way Christian Community Church just outside of Pittsburgh.
Addiction Campuses [Brent Clements] was featured in a Canton Repository article about a new treatment facility opening in July. A member of Addiction Campuses was quoted in a WISHTV story about an uncommon street-level drug causing multiple deaths across the country. A former addict who now works for Addiction Campuses was quoted in a WJHL story about the rise of heroin use among women.
The Tennessean and the Nashville Post announced that Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] will serve as finance chairman for former Mayor Karl Dean’s campaign for governor. Bone was mentioned in the Nashville Post and the Tennessean for co-hosting a fundraiser to support Senator Elizabeth Warren. An attorney with Bone McAllester Norton was quoted in the Nashville Post about vacancies in the federal court.
Fido [Bob Bernstein] was mentioned in a Nashville Scene opinion piece about tourists spending a weekend in Nashville.
The Tennessean and the Gallatin News both mentioned Oak Tree Partners [K. Clay Haynes] in stories about a recent $50,000 Tennessee Main Street Entrepreneur Grant awarded to Gallatin.
Micah Lacher [Anchor Investments] was mentioned in the Nashville Business Journal and quoted in the Tennessean about the closing of the Bed, Bath & Beyond store in Antioch.