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Charles Bone Named One of Sumner County’s Top 30 Most Influential People

Bone McAllester Norton is proud to announce that Charles Bone has been named one of Sumner’s 2010 Most Influential People.


Featured in the Tennessean, this list “reflects the diversity and variety of those who stand out as genuine movers and shakers in and around Sumner.”  No vote or survey was taken rather the editorial staff of The Hendersonville Star News, The News Examiner and Sumner A.M. selected these influential people that “one, either live in or work in, (or both), Sumer County and, two, that what they do touches the lives of many others.”


Charles Bone is currently active with the Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee and the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, as well as many other civic and charitable organizations.


Bone McAllester Norton congratulates Charles Bone on this well-deserved recognition.

Charles Bone Named One of Sumner County’s Top 30 Most Influential People

Bone McAllester Norton is proud to announce that Charles Bone has been named one of Sumner’s 2010 Most Influential People.

Featured in the Tennessean, this list “reflects the diversity and variety of those who stand out as genuine movers and shakers in and around Sumner.”  No vote or survey was taken rather the editorial staff of The Hendersonville Star News, The News Examiner and Sumner A.M. selected these influential people that “one, either live in or work in, (or both), Sumer County and, two, that what they do touches the lives of many others.”

Charles Bone is currently active with the Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee and the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, as well as many other civic and charitable organizations.

Bone McAllester Norton congratulates Charles Bone on this well-deserved recognition.

Jackalope Brewing Company Opening in 2011

In spring of 2011, Will Cheek’s client, Jackalope Brewing Company, LLC, will open a craft brewery and taproom at its new location on 8th Avenue South, near the Gulch.

Operated by Bailey Spaulding and Robyn Virball, this will be the first entirely female run commercial brewery in Tennessee.  The taproom will feature four different draft brews including a rotating tap for experimental and seasonal beers to be available at Nashville bars and restaurants.

Click for more on this story at WKRN.com, "Local women plan to open brewery downtown."


 

Jackalope Brewing Company Opening in 2011

In spring of 2011, Will Cheek’s client, Jackalope Brewing Company, LLC, will open a craft brewery and taproom at its new location on 8th Avenue South, near the Gulch.

Operated by Bailey Spaulding and Robyn Virball, this will be the first entirely female run commercial brewery in Tennessee.  The taproom will feature four different draft brews including a rotating tap for experimental and seasonal beers to be available at Nashville bars and restaurants.

Click for more on this story at WKRN.com, "Local women plan to open brewery downtown."

 

Congratulations to Dean Institute Award Winner Trace Blankenship

Bone McAllester Norton Chairman Charles W. Bone and attorney Trace Blankenship congratulate Jack O. Bovender Jr. on receiving Lipscomb University’s first annual Dean Institute Award for Corporate Governance and Integrity.


“Jack Bovender is a perfect example of the type of leader we had in mind when Charles Bone, Trace Blankenship and I established the Dean Institute in 2008,” said Turney Stevens, dean of the Lipscomb University College of Business.


The Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and Integrity at Lipscomb University is a national forum for integrating best practices in governance with integrity and faith to benefit public and private company executives, board members and other top-tier corporate leaders. The institute seeks to address the root issues at play, namely, how character and integrity inform the decisions, actions, culture and performance of corporations.


Click here to read more.


 

Congratulations to Dean Institute Award Winner Trace Blankenship

Bone McAllester Norton Chairman Charles W. Bone and attorney Trace Blankenship congratulate Jack O. Bovender Jr. on receiving Lipscomb University’s first annual Dean Institute Award for Corporate Governance and Integrity.

“Jack Bovender is a perfect example of the type of leader we had in mind when Charles Bone, Trace Blankenship and I established the Dean Institute in 2008,” said Turney Stevens, dean of the Lipscomb University College of Business.

The Dean Institute for Corporate Governance and Integrity at Lipscomb University is a national forum for integrating best practices in governance with integrity and faith to benefit public and private company executives, board members and other top-tier corporate leaders. The institute seeks to address the root issues at play, namely, how character and integrity inform the decisions, actions, culture and performance of corporations.

Click here to read more.

 

November 2010 Newsletter Features New Attorney, Anne Sumpter Arney

Bone McAllester Norton is thrilled to welcome Anne Sumpter Arney to the firm.  To read the rest of our newsletter click here.

James Crumlin Named Young Leader of the Year

Bone McAllester Norton congratulates attorney James Crumlin on receiving the Young Leader of the Year Award from the Young Leaders Council. This award is given in recognition of the achievements and contributions of an outstanding Alumni of Young Leaders Council.


Congratulations to James on this well-deserved recognition.


James Crumlin Named Young Leader of the Year

Bone McAllester Norton congratulates attorney James Crumlin on receiving the Young Leader of the Year Award from the Young Leaders Council. This award is given in recognition of the achievements and contributions of an outstanding Alumni of Young Leaders Council.

Congratulations to James on this well-deserved recognition.

Popcorn Sutton’s Moonshine Legacy

This week, Will Cheek’s client J&M Concepts, LLC placed the first Tennessee White Whiskey, aka moonshine, in Nashville bars.  Partners Jamey Grosser, a former professional Supercross motorcycle racer, and Hank Williams Jr. are partners in J&M Concepts, LLC along with Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton’s wife.  After Popcorn committed suicide at age 62 rather than go to jail for selling untaxed liquor Jamie was determined to pass along Popcorn’s legacy and his moonshine methodology.


“You’ve still got to be careful, though,” Hank Williams Jr. said. “It tastes exactly the same as what Popcorn made, and it’s so smooth you sometimes don’t realize what you’re drinking. Like I’ve heard Jamey (Johnson) say, there’s at least one famous Tennessee whiskey, and now there are going to be two. This one will be in a Mason jar.”


Click here to read more about Popcorn Sutton in the November 12, 2010 Tennessean front page article, “Hank Williams Jr. helps continue Popcorn Sutton’s moonshine legacy.”