Which options would you choose to improve traffic in downtown Nashville? Share your input now through December 16! https://connectdowntownnashville.com/
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Which options would you choose to improve traffic in downtown Nashville? Share your input now through December 16! https://connectdowntownnashville.com/
We truly enjoyed being a part of the Madison Station Blvd. project. Congratulations NDOT and fellow subcontractors!
Stop by the NCVC office, 500 11th Ave N, Suite 650, next Wednesday evening (November 2) or Thursday mid-day (November 3) to learn more about the Connect Downtown project and give your thoughts and feedback.
If you can't make it - or you'd like to rank possible solutions to downtown traffic/parking/mobility issues in the meantime - visit connectdowntown.nashville.gov and complete the Build Your Own Scenario tool.
We need your help prioritizing strategies that will improve transportation in Downtown Nashville.
Our fun, interactive survey lets you select strategies to increase safety, connectivity, and reliability within a limited budget. How many benefits can you get before you run out of money?
Build Your Own Scenario: https://connectdowntownnashville.com/
Nashville Conflict Resolution Center honored Community Heroes during its annual Mediation Matters Breakfast.
Nashville Conflict Resolution Center welcomed almost 200 people to its annual Mediation Matters Breakfast held at Hillwood Country Club. These early birds wouldn’t have missed the chance to celebrate three
The Community Resource Center -- a nonprofit that works to give hygiene products to those in need in the Nashville community -- will host its casino-themed 'All in for Hygiene' fundraising event Friday evening at Rocketown from 6:30 to 10 pm -- and tickets are still available!
A nonprofit that works to give hygiene products to those in need in the Nashville community -- will host its casino-themed 'All in for Hygiene' fundraising event Friday.
We were honored to assist in the initial community input meetings and outreach to property owners and residents to help make this project come to fruition.
Today we celebrated the completion of the Madison Station Blvd Complete & Green Street Project with Council Member Nancy VanReece. Thank you to all that showed up to celebrate with us! 👏👏
This project is considered a blueprint for how NDOT looks to implement complete streets in the future.
Read the full press release: https://www.nashville.gov/departments/transportation/news/ndot-and-council-member-nancy-vanreece-celebrate-completion-madison-station-boulevard
Many thanks to Williamson Inc for asking me to present "Beyond the Handshake" for their Young Professionals group. We had an interactive discussion on buildling self asteem, carrying yourself with confidence, how to greet and learn about individuals, what do you do after the intial meeting, plus much more. I thouroghly enjoyed the interaction; I hope they did.
I look forward to hearing back from many of them as to how they are implementing what was presented.
I am pictured with the full Williamson, Inc. YP group; with my friend Sydney Ball, NFP; and a photo with my new friends Jill Wilson and Kelly Berryman with Wilson Bank & Trust.
Deb Varallo joined other business leaders and Metro officials for the Nashville Chamber's annual Leadership Study Mission. This year, the group traveled to San Diego for a look at how that city is addressing transit, education, homelessness, economic development, and more.
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Share your thoughts tomorrow (Saturday, June 11), during a "drop in" style meeting from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Family and Children's Services, 2400 Clifton Avenue, Nashville.
Metro Parks has an opportunity to pursue a Rail-with-Greenway, a linear park with paved greenway trail for pedestrians and bicyclists, in the North Nashville area.
The proposed greenway would tie into the existing 440 Greenway near Centennial Park, follow along an existing rail line owned by Cheatham County Rail Authority (CCRA), and extend to Frankie Pierce Park and the Nashville Farmers Market.
More information: https://www.nashville.gov/departments/parks/greenways-and-open-space/charlotte-rail-greenway
Do you have thoughts on how to improve downtown Nashville traffic, parking, transit options or ? Respond to this survey to share your ideas: https://live.metroquestsurvey.com/?u=uso58#!/?p=web&pm=dynamic&s=1&popup=WTD
Share your thoughts!
Drop in on Thursday, 6/9, 6-8 pm or Saturday, 6/11, 10 am -1 pm
Community Room of Family & Children’s Service, 2400 Clifton Avenue, Nashville, 37209
Give us your input on potential rail-with-greenway connecting Nashville’s West and North neighborhoods
We need your help! Metro Parks has an opportunity to pursue a Rail-with-Greenway, a linear park with paved greenway trail for pedestrians and bicyclists, in the North Nashville area. The proposed greenway would tie into the existing 440 Greenway near Centennial Park, follow along an existing rail line owned by Cheatham County Rail Authority (CCRA), and extend to Frankie Pierce Park and the Nashville Farmers Market.
There are community meetings scheduled for Thursday, June 9 (6:00 pm – 8:00 pm) and Saturday, June 11 (10:00 am – 1:00 pm). The meetings are an open/drop-by-anytime format and snacks will be provided.
Click here for more information: https://www.nashville.gov/departments/parks/greenways-and-open-space/charlotte-rail-greenway
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Wishing you the very best of the Holiday season!
Tennessee State Architect Ann McGauran was the guest speaker at this morning's Catholic Business League monthly meeting in the The Fleming Center at the Cathedral of the Incarnation.
Each year the Nashville Bar Association hosts their Annual Membership Picnic in downtown Nashville. We have enjoyed being a sponsor of the event for many years. It is great catching up with so many friends in one location.
The Nashville General Hospital Foundation hosts the Second Annual Health Literacy Forum this Thursday (October 7th) - 8:00 to 11:00 am. Registration is free. Students welcome!
Topics and Speakers:
🔹 Telehealth- Dr. Elizabeth Kwo, Deputy Chief Clinical Officer, Anthem
🔹 Digital Literacy - Matt Skibinski, General Manager, NewsGuard (Using Journalism and Technology to Fight Online Misinformation) and Kelly Shearin, Director of Member Experience and Strategic Partnerships, Amerigroup TN
🔹 Nashville Takes on COVID - Brian Haile, CEO, Neighborhood Health
Register here for the free ZOOM presentation - https://www.nashgenfoundation.org/2021-nashville-health-literacy-forum.html
Nashville Health Literacy Virtual Forum #2 Join us on Thursday, October 7th, 2021 from 8am to 11:30am for a virtual forum on Telehealth, Digital Literacy and Nashville Takes on COVID Campaign. ...
Cumberland University in Lebanon has invited former Vice President Al Gore to help kick off its inaugural Cordell Hull Peace Forum this Friday.
Cumberland’s President Doctor Paul Stumb joined News 2’s Nickelle Smith to discuss the upcoming event.
The university is celebrating 180 years of academia. “We’ve had two U.S. Supreme Court Justices, 21 Governors, seven of whom served the great state of Tennessee and more than 80 congressmen and women are graduates of Cumberland University,” Stumb continued, “But, arguably our most famous alumnus is Cordell Hull.”
LEBANON, Tenn. (WKRN) — Cumberland University in Lebanon has invited former Vice President Al Gore to help kick off its inaugural Cordell Hull Peace Forum this Friday. Cumberland’s Pres…
More than 70 businesses, organizations and individuals have joined Neighborhood Health and Nashville General Hospital Foundation in the "Nashville Takes on COVID" initiative to help encourage vaccinations and mask wearing within Davidson County.
Sharing timely, accurate information from medical professionals is the cornerstone of the campaign. Learn more and take the pledge as
A new campaign called
Flood relief supply drive at Engel & Völkers Nashville through noon on Friday.
As many of you know, on Saturday, August 21, 2021 the several counties in Middle Tennessee experienced catastrophic flooding and flash flooding from the line of rain and storms that moved through the State. The primary counties affected were Dickson, Hickman, Houston, and Humphreys, with the City of Waverly being heavily impacted.
In times of need, we mobilize to assist those affected in our community. Engel & Völkers Nashville will be collecting and delivering Emergency Relief Items to help those impacted by the disaster. Item's in the highest demand are:
Basic Essentials – Shampoo, Soap, Razors, Toothbrushes, Toothpaste, Deodorant, Feminine Hygiene, Body Wash, Over the Counter Meds (Tylenol, Advil, etc), First Aid Kits, Body Wipes, Face Wipes, Mouthwash, Hair brushes, Hair ties,
Cleaning Needs – Spray Cleaners, Bleach, Toilet Paper, Paper Towels, Buckets, Sponges, Mops, Brooms, Dust Pans, Mold Mitigation Spray, Lysol Spray, Pinesol, Windex,
Non-Perishable Food Items – Packaged snack foods, Gatorade, Pop Top Cans, Tin Foil Baking Pans, Take Out containers, pre-packaged plastic utensils
Baby Needs – formula, diapers of all sizes, pull ups of all sizes, wipes, sippy cups, bottles, pacifiers, onesies, burp cloths, wash cloths
Household – towels, dishes, cups, silverware, sheets of all sizes, blankets, batteries, flashlights, lanterns, coolers,
Seasonal – Sunscreen, bug spray
Please drop off donations before Friday, August 27th at noon at our shop:
Engel & Völkers Nashville
3912 Hillsboro Circle
Nashville, TN 37040
Thank you for your support and kind gestures for the Middle Tennessee communities in need.
Resources for those affected by the flooding:
Access the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency's Recovery Resource Page
Register yourself as Safe & Well with the American Red Cross of Tennessee
If you missed the Imagine East Bank meetings last week, you can still share your feedback. Complete this brief survey to share your thoughts - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EBWorkshops
Congratulations to Jamie Spencer of Mossy Oak Properties Tennessee Land & Farm, who was awarded the Mossy Oak Properties, Inc. Fox Haas Award.
Photo of the day: Jamie Spencer of Mossy Oak Properties Tennessee Land & Farm in Franklin was awarded the Mossy Oak Properties, Inc. Fox Haas Award.
We hope that you can join us to learn more about the Imagine East Bank study, hear initial findings and provide input on the project.
Three meetings are scheduled next Wednesday and Thursday at The Bridge Building - stop in at the time that best suits you!
Cooperation is key!
Since April, the Metro Public Health Department, Neighborhood Health and more than a dozen other local organizations have worked to ensure COVID-19 vaccine access to all individuals experiencing homelessness in Nashville.
100% of those experiencing homelessness now have access to the COVID-19 vaccine, and are getting vaccinated at a higher rate than the city as a whole.
Nashville’s homeless population may now have a higher vaccination rate than the city’s general adult population. Since April, the Metro Public Health Department and more than a dozen other local organizations have worked to ensure COVID-19 vaccine access to all individuals experiencing homelessn...
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As one of the most desirable cities in the United States, Nashville has the opportunity to elevate the Cumberland River to be one of Nashville’s most popular amenities.
Mayor John Cooper stated, “This calls for a careful, community-driven approach.” In other words – we want your thoughts and recommendations.
Metro is hosting a virtual “Imagine East Bank” Public Kick-Off on Tuesday, May 11, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm.
For participation options, please visit Metro’s website: eastbankstudy.nashville.gov. We welcome your questions in advance of the meeting and during the meeting via email: [email protected].
As the pandemic restrictions loosen, we plan on future meetings to be hybrid (in-person and virtual). Thank you!
Cumberland University president Paul Stumb talked about the some of the reasons higher education still matters on the Tennessee Voices podcast.
The Tennessee Voices podcast brings readers conversations with authors of insightful and compelling guest columns.
Join us for Cumberland Region Tomorrow's Power Of Ten FORUM SERIES, April 29, Noon - 1:15 pm. Virtual! No charge
Speakers: Holly Buchanan with Katz & Associates; Austin Farmer with Retail Coach; Margot Fosnes with Robertson County Economic Development; and Janet Miller with Colliers International. Moderator is Adam Sichko, Senior Reporter, with the Nashville Business Journal. Margot Hornsby Fosnes AdamClaire Sichko Cumberland Region Tomorrow
What do the increased growth of online retail, people working from home, and in-home entertainment, mean for retail and commercial real estate?
Brian Haile, CEO of Neighborhood Health, discusses disparities in access to the COVID-19 vaccine in Tennessee.
Less than 4% of Tennesseans who have received the COVID-19 vaccine identify as African American and less than 2% identify as Hispanic.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
From our families to yours -
What are your New Year's communications resolutions? Have you thought about your strategy for 2021, or how to cover everything you skipped in 2020?
Let’s admit it. 2020 took your well-intentioned communications or social media plan and tossed it out the window – along with your vacation and your kid’s fall break, your annual convention and innumerable meetings and ...
Photos from December 2019!
The International Women's Forum strives to inspire, elevate, and enable female leaders by increasing their capabilities, network, and possibilities. Our Tennessee chapter gathered in to celebrate a wonderful 2019 looking forward to 2020! International Women's Forum
Happy Thanksgiving from our families to yours!
Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!
Are you telling your own story? Does your story reflect your values? This is an insightful article on reasons you may need help refining your message. Let us know if we can help you!
When employees are pushing companies as hard as outside activists, and a CEO’s reputation is directly tied to his company, these lessons offer help toward building and maintaining good public perception.
We are free because of our veterans! U.S. Army USMarine.com United States Air Force U.S. Navy National Guard Space Force
Have you updated your Google My Business page recently?
Take a look at the fields that impact your search ranking and keep them updated!
Joy and her team at Sterling Sky have come to the conclusion that there are only four things inside the Google My Business dashboard that a business owner or a marketing agency can edit that will have a direct influence on where they rank in the local results on Google.
We (Varallo Public Relations) are pleased to be a sponsor for The Power Of Hope - History of Leadership Triumphs. This is a virtual event with Jon Meacham.
The event is being hosted by Leadership Middle Tennessee Leadership Tennessee Leadership Music and Leadership Nashville.,
We Zoom - you Zoom - and apparently, scammers and pranksters Zoom. Don't let uninvited guests crash your presentation. Follow these steps from Your Nerdy Best Friend.
Join us for the Power of 10 Forum Series. Our next on is Main Street Business: How Can Good Planning Principles Help Them Survice the Pandemic? Tuesday, September 29, Noon - 1:30 pm.
There is no charge to attend but you must register. You will find the registration link in the link below.
Many thanks to Wilson Bank & Trust for bengi the sponsor of this Forum Series.
Wilson Bank & Trust Cumberland Region Tomorrow
There is increasing demand for places that provide a mix of housing and entertainment options in a walkable, more urban environment. A panel of developers and planners will discuss the biggest challenges in creating these places in our region. They'll explore needed policy updates and the chall...
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