John Rowley [Fletcher Rowley] joined the panel on the Melissa Harris Perry show to discuss Sen. Eric Cantor’s loss in the primary.
Susan R. High-McAuley, an attorney with Bone McAllester Norton PLLC [Charles Bone] in Hendersonville, is a candidate for the position of Gallatin City Attorney. The Tennessean covered the candidate interviews from earlier this week.
100 Girls of Code, a computer coding camp for young girls, made a stop at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center this week. The Tennessean reported on the event, which is sponsored by Launch Tennessee [Charlie Brock]. Charlie was also quoted in a Tennessean article about Google Fiber. The Nashville Business Journal included quotes from Southland, including one from Charlie, in this week’s edition.
Eakin Partners [Barry Smith] has signed entertainment agency William Morris as the first tenant in its new office building in the Gulch. The Tennessean and the Nashville Business Journal had the story. Barry was also named a “Power Leader in Commercial Real Estate” by The Nashville Business Journal.
The Tennessean took readers on a tour of the Corsair [Darek Bell] distillery in Marathon Music Works.
Darren Metz [NovaCopy] explained his loan and growth strategy to the Nashville Business Journal.
Leadership Nashville has named its 39th class. Congratulations to the following EO Nashville Members who were selected:
- Darek Bell [Bell and Associates Construction]
- Ben Goldberg [Strategic Hospitality]
- Tim Ozgener [Oz Nashville]