EO Nashville Member News – Dec. 8

December 8, 2017

Awards/Professional Recognition:

Employees of the following EO Nashville companies were featured in the Nashville Business Journal for winning an Employee of the Year award:

In the News:

The Nashville Post announced that Advance Financial [Mike Hodges] opened a store in Alcoa. The company was also featured in a WDEF story for hosting a drive to collect 2,000 pounds of food this holiday season.

A representative with Bernard Health [Alex Tolbert] was quoted in Employee Benefit Adviser about the CVS/Aetna deal.

Beyond the Edge [Matthew Charette] was mentioned in a Tennessean article about the Nashville Ballet celebrating 10 years of the Nutcracker. The restaurant was also listed as a favorite spot in Out & About Nashville.

Health Data Management announced that Trinisys [David Box] has acquired MICA Health.

Charles Robert Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] was quoted in a Nashville Scene article about petitioning Gov. Haslam to free Cyntoia Brown. An attorney with the firm was quoted in a WKRN article about a potential lawsuit against the makers of prescription opioids.

The Nashville Post announced that a new growth equity firm has acquired stakes of Narus Health [Michael Burcham].

Village Real Estate Services [Mark Deutschmann] was listed as a favorite professional service by Out & About Nashville.

The Nashville Post reported that NovaCopy [Darren Metz] has acquired another Atlanta-area company.

Pinewood Social [Ben Goldberg and Max Goldberg] was listed in the Tennessean as one of the top Lyft passenger destinations in Nashville. The restaurant was also named one of Out & About Nashville’s favorite place to have a rehearsal dinner. The head chef from Henrietta Red was mentioned in the Nashville Scene, the Tennessean and another Nashville Scene article. The Catbird Seat was mentioned in a Travel Pulse article as a point of interest to explore while visiting Nashville.

Dallas News, CDL Life News and the Nashville Post featured Daseke Inc.’s acquisition of Tennessee Steel Haulers, Inc. [Craig Stanley].

Uncle Classic Barbershop [Amy Tanksley] was mentioned in the Wilson Post as one of the future tenants for the new Mt. Juliet Providence Station mixed-use development.

In discussing Nashville’s growing staple of steakhouses, StyleBlueprint mentioned Sperry’s [Sam Sanchez] as an “old reliable” place to eat.

Venture Nashville Connections quoted Bill Kimberlin [500below] about his app and other recent business ventures.

Darek Bell [Bell & Associates Construction] was mentioned in the Tennessean about his proposed plan for an inpatient addiction treatment center in Brentwood.

M.L. Rose and A. Ray Hospitality [Austin Ray] were mentioned in the Nashville Post and Eater Nashville about the opening of the third M.L. Rose Craft Beer & Burgers location in the Capitol View development in North Gulch.

CityLab mentioned Nashville Soccer Club [Christopher Redhage] about continuing bids for the next MLS stadium and how Nashville plans to fund the project.