EO Nashville Members in the News: James Fields, Rebecca Donner, Alex Tolbert, Tom Turner, Steve Curnutte, Tom Beach, Dan Hogan, Ben Goldberg, Miranda Whitcomb Pontes, Julie May, Bob Bernstein, Darek Bell, Patrick Burke, Charles Bone, Michael Brody-Waite, Nancy Leach, John Aron, Clint Smith

The Tennessean featured James Fields [Concept Technology] in a full page spread about gifts for technology lovers. James offered his picks for the “12 Hottest Tech Gifts.”

Inner Design Studio [Rebecca Donner] was featured in Healthcare Design Magazine for its redesign of a former Wal-Mart store into the T.J. Health Pavilion medical office building.

inner-designAlex Tolbert [Bernard Health] was featured in a Tennessean article about a new wave of health care execs bringing fresh ideas to Nashville. Alex also focused his Tennessean column on the dynamics of health care reform. Bernard Health sales team member Brent Whitaker also penned an article for LifeHealthPro titled “Administering cutting edge benefits administration.”

The Bernard Health team was also featured on a Fox 17 Nashville news story about Healthcare.gov glitches and fixes.

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Tom Turner [DSi] was quoted in an Entrepreneur Magazine article about unique commercial vehicles.

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Steve Curnutte and Steve Moore [Tortola Advisors] contributed to a Tennessean article about the need for business restructuring, even as the economy shows signs of improvement.

Ms. Cheap of The Tennessean highlighted City Saver‘s [Tom Beach] buy-one-get-one free sale.

Dan Hogan [Medalogix] was spotlighted in a Q& A for The Tennessean. Dan spoke about breaking into the Nashville health care industry, his background in the limo business and how his product surprises him.

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The Tennessean
¬†announced the openings of Pinewood Social [Ben Goldberg, Strategic Hospitality] in Rolling Mill Hill and Josephine [Miranda Whitcomb Pontes] in 12 South. The Nashville Scene also gave readers a glimpse into Pinewood Social’s eclectic offerings, which include a karaoke room, bowling alley and outdoor swimming pool.

Julie May’s [bytes of knowledge] Tennessean column shed some light on how targeted ads show up on your computer, especially during holiday shopping season.

Nashville Lifestyle’s “101 Reasons to Eat Up Music City” Issue prominently featured a number of EO Nashville Members:

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Bob Bernstein [Bongo Productions] was featured in the issue for his newest Bongo Java location in the Omni Hotel on 5th Avenue South. He was also recognized for his charitable giving through The Bongo Employee Assistance Fund, which supplies short-term financial support to employees of Bongo Productions who face life-altering situations.

Miranda Whitcomb Pontes [Josephine] was spotlighted in the issue for her work in rejuvenating the 12 South area with her great restaurants, including her highly anticipated new venture, Josephine.

Pinewood Social [Ben Goldberg] chef Josh Habinger, who has contributed his talents to both The Patterson House and The Catbird Seat with Strategic Hospitality, was interviewed about the new all-day restaurant and bowling alley.

The Catbird Seat [Ben Goldberg] chef Erik Anderson, offered his favorite places to eat out in Nashville.

An article about Corsair Artisan [Darek Bell] highlighted brewer-distiller Andrea Clodfelter.

Patrick Burke’s [Seed Hospitality] was featured for his unique new venture Two Ten Jack, the first Japanese pub, or “izakaya”, in Nashville.

The Nashville Business Journal recognized its Most Admired CEO’s of 2013 this week, and we would like to extend a big congratulations to Julie May [bytes of knowledge] and Charles Bone [Bone McAllester Norton] who were each selected as CEO of the year. Julie was honored in the Private Company with 10-25 employees category and Charles was honored in the Private Company with 26-100 employees category.

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We are also proud to announce the following EO Members who were finalists for the award. Congratulations to all!

Private Company with 10-25 Employees

Private Company with 26-100 Employees

Private Company with 100-500 Employees

  • Clint Smith [Emma]

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