Ten Local Entrepreneurs Travel to New Orleans, Win Rockstar Award
Nashville, TN --- EO (Entrepreneur Organization) Nashville recently sent ten members on a trip to New Orleans to receive the much coveted “Rockstar Award” by the Global EO Organization.
EO Nashville was one of only four chapters of the 108 in the world to receive this honor two years in a row. There were more than 40 items on the extensive Rock Star checklist, and Nashville was able to accomplish every item, making it a true indicator of the chapter’s good health. The group was given this award during the Global Leadership Conference hosted by EO Global.
“The trip to New Orleans was outstanding,” says Arnie Malham, president of EO Nashville and president of cj Advertising. “Having the opportunity to knowledge-share with more than 600 other successful entrepreneurs from around the world is incredible, but being recognized as the best of the best among this group is really something for Nashville to be proud of.”
Those who made the trip were: Tim McMullen of redpepper, Cullen Douglass of Douglass Financial Services, Arnie Malham of cj Advertising, Debbie Gordon of BugleMe, Clint Smith of Emma, Tom Turner of Document Solutions Inc., Rebecca Donner of Inner Design Studio, Matt Simms of Advocate Printing, Hunter Ingram of Hometownquotes.com and Sameera Lowe, Executive Director of EO Nashville.
“I believe the entrepreneurial climate in Nashville is second to none,” said Rebecca Donner, founder of Inner Design Studio. “The support we receive from the community and from each other as members of EO is instrumental in the success of our business, and our ability to give back to our community.”
EO Nashville is the premier organization for entrepreneurs who are passionate about what they do and enthusiastic about sharing, learning and being actively engaged
in the chapter. EO offers “Direct Peer-To-Peer” learning through forum groups, “Once-in-a-Lifetime Experiences” through social events, behind-the-scenes invitations and
“Connection to Experts” through networking with others world-wide who have applicable experiences.
Membership is by invitation only, and entrepreneurs must be the founder, co-founder, owner or controlling shareholder of a company with annual revenues of at least US$1 million. The entrepreneur must also be under the age of 50. EO's Nashville chapter currently has 70 members. For more information, go to www.eonashville.com