On the Move: 21 August 2014

Civil Site Design Group, Davidson County Election Commission, Kim Copeland Productions, Plowz & Mowz, Sir Speedy announce updates

Plowz & Mowz hits Nashville

The Plowz & Mowz app is now live in Nashville, according to company founders Andrew Englander and Wills Mahoney.

The app company, which focuses on on-demand lawn care and snow plowing and was unveiled in May, currently has 14 providers signed up in the Nashville market.

“We’ve had a lot of interest on both the consumer and provider side, and given the demographic profile of the area, we expect the app will be as or even more successful as it was in similarly sized cities,” Englander said in a release.

Users can download the free Plowz & Mowz app on the iTunes App Store or the Google Play Store, or they can order online. They can schedule a mowing, receive photo confirmation that the job was done, and pay for the mow securely through the app.

Plowz & Mowz operates in 30 markets in the United States.


Kim Copeland Productions adds branch

Nashville-based music production company Kim Copeland Productions has added an artist development branch.

Owner Kim Copeland and business partner Susan Tucker will work in tandem to offer assistance to clients taking their recording project beyond the studio. New services include performance coaching, vocal coaching, image consulting, social media training, business marketing, branding and more. 

"We love discovering the uniqueness in each artist and helping them showcase their talent to the world," Copeland said in a release. "Whatever their ambitions, we want to give them all of the tools they need to succeed."

Nashville Sir Speedy named Top 25 franchise

Sir Speedy in Nashville recently received a Top 25 Sales Volume Award recognizing the business as one of the top 25 in the worldwide Sir Speedy franchise network.

The award is based on 2013 annual sales revenue.

Sir Speedy in Nashville is owned by Charlie and Jan Brown.

“I commend Charlie and Jan for leading the network with the foresight and character that make the Sir Speedy brand synonymous with quality, integrity, and leadership,” Richard Lowe, president and COO of Franchise Services, Inc., the parent company of Sir Speedy, said in a release. “This achievement proves that dedication to growth and excellent customer service will generate great results.”


South, Hite join election commission department

Brandon South and John Hite have joined the Davidson County Election Commission’s Poll Official Coordination Department.

South is lead poll official coordinator and has five years of election experience, previously serving as deputy administrator for the Chester County (Tennessee) Election Commission. He is a member of the Tennessee Association of County Election Officials and is also a studio pianist.

Hite is poll official coordinator and has experience in sales and event and membership management. He has a bachelor’s of administration degree from Lee University.

Both men will process poll official applications, coordinate training schedules and assign about 1,300 volunteer poll workers to 161 polling locations for each election.


Civil Site adds Griffin and Westmoreland, promotes Haddix

Civil Site Design Group has added two engineers to its Nashville office and promoted one other, according to company Manager Rob Porter.

Joseph Haddix has been promoted to site project manager, Kyle Griffin has joined as a civil engineering intern and Jeremy Westmoreland will serve as senior site project manager.

Haddix was previously a project designer, engineering Intern.  A member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers and the University of Tennessee Alumni Association, he is a graduate of the University of Tennessee.

Griffin previously worked with Garman Engineering Company in Pegram, Tennessee.   He is a graduate of the University of Missouri- Rolla.

Westmoreland most recently worked at Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon as a project engineer/technical manager. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Advisory Board for the Cooper Trooper Foundation, and is a Leadership Brentwood Alumnus. He is a graduate of the University of Memphis.

“Each engineer brings additional skills and expertise to our team and we look forward to the outstanding work they will do for our clients,” Porter said in a release.

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