EO Nashville Member News - Dec. 22

December 22, 2017

Due to the holidays, EO Members in the News will not be posted next Friday. We will include next week's news in the following newsletter.


Alex Tolbert [Bernard Health] wrote an article for the Tennessean about tech tools to help you manage your health for your new year’s resolutions.


Awards/Professional Recognition:

Micah Lacher [Anchor Investments LLC], recognized as one of Nashville Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, was interviewed about his journey in business.

A representative of Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] was elected Secretary/Treasurer of the Greater Nashville Realtors, according to The Nashville Ledger.


In the News:

Greg Siskind [Siskind Susser] was quoted in The Intercept regarding his work to help travelers regain entry to the United States after their Global Entry was revoked. He was also quoted in Bloomberg Law about the new Entrepreneur Program that allows an opportunity for foreign nationals to start business in the U.S.

Nashville Soccer Club [Christopher Redhage] again infiltrated the news as the big MLS decision was hyped up in the Nashville Post and by Nashville Public Radio. WKRN.com also mentioned the club when talking about how Major League Soccer could revitalize South Nashville. SportsPro Media, WBIR-TV, WKRN.com, the Nashville Business Journal, 90 Minutes Soccer Magazine and Lebanon Democrat announced the big decision, emphasizing how happy the fans were to have the club in Nashville. After it was announced, the Tennessean mentioned the club in an article highlighting “everything you need to know about the MLS and USL.”

M.L. Rose [Austin Ray] was mentioned in the Tennessean as one of the food trucks that will be attending the New Year’s Eve celebration at Bicentennial Capitol Mall. Lightning 100 also featured M.L. Rose in a Local Business Spotlight article.

The Nashville Post mentioned CJ Advertising [Arnie Malham] in discussing the details of the new mixed-use development planned at 805 Lea Avenue, as the property is owned by Malham’s company, MLG Properties.

MTSU Sidelines announced the opening of the Bridge Over Broad, which was built by Bell & Associates Construction [Darek Bell]. The company was also mentioned in this Nashville Post article as well as another Nashville Post article regarding the new Criminal Justice Center for which they are the contractors.

Dave Puncochar [Good Wood Nashville] was mentioned in an article on Nashville Lifestyles about ceiling beams he recovered from a Kentucky barn for Michael Goorevich’s gable house.

The Nashville Post featured Caregivers by Wholecare [Elizabeth Moss] in their “Of Note” section for the company’s launch of HouseShare Nashville, an affordable housing program for seniors.

Von Elrod’s Beer Garden and Sausage House [Austin Ray] was featured in the Tennessean with high praise for its great service and large selection of beers on tap and hand-cranked sausages.

Nashville Interiors featured Seth Argo [Focus Builders] in a Builder Spotlight article.

Vaco [Jerry Bostelman] was mentioned in ctpost about Olympus’ acquisition of the company.

A representative of the Nashville Entrepreneur Center [Michael Brody-Waite] was quoted in The Contributor about how social-purpose companies benefit Nashville. Additionally, a board member of the Center was featured in an article in Mergers & Acquisitions.

Matthew Carney [Smokin’ Thighs] spoke to Fox17 News Nashville about the excitement among the Fairgrounds’ neighbors for the MLS stadium.

The Catbird Seat [Benjamin and Max Goldberg] was featured in a Nashville Scene article in which a representative of the restaurant gave a wine suggestion for holiday entertaining.

The Tennessean mentioned Hytch [Robert Hartline] as one of the successful rideshare carpooling companies in Nashville. A representative of the company was also quoted in Williamson Source about the Hytch app, how it works and why it was created.

Alan Young [Armor Concepts LLC] was featured in an article on Benzinga in which he gives insight into keeping your home and family safe during the holiday time.