Lovell Communications has hired a senior account executive with a focus on health care technology companies. Carolyn Edwards joins Green Hills-based Lovell, which is home to a dozen people, with more than three years of public relations and marketing experience and was most recently an account manager at Dodge Communications in Atlanta. She manages media relations, marketing and lead generation efforts for some of the firm's health care IT accounts.
“Carolyn brings experience with a range of health care technology market segments, including revenue cycle, big data and mobile health,” said President Rosemary Plorin. “Her background in health care IT and her expertise in marketing health care services in general will be a great benefit for our clients.”
Local marketing and artist services group Thirty Tigers is branching into country radio promotion with the hiring of four people to capitalize on some recent successes with Chase Rice and Old Dominion. Sarah Skates has details on that plan and more at MusicRow.com.
Digital marketing agency FoxFuel Creative will move its office in mid-summer to the L&C Tower from the Melrose area, Nashville Business Journal reports.
FoxFuel, which spun out of MMA Creative earlier this year, will take the 14th floor of the tower, CEO Colton Mulligan told NBJ. The company has done work for Saint Thomas Health and Yazoo Brewing Co., among others.
FoxFuel will joint San Francisco-based personnel recruitment company IQTalent Partners and boutique eyewear retailer Warby Parker of New York City as recently announced tenants in the modernist tower.
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Cool Springs-based Carlisle Transportation Products, which makes industrial belts, tires and wheels, has changed its name to The Carlstar Group. The company, which is owned by private-equity firm American Industrial Partners, employs 4,000 people at seven manufacturing facilities and 10 distribution centers in the United States, Canada, Europe and China.
The 4,500-capacity Woods at Fontanel amphitheater has snagged two sponsors in the runup to its 2015 summer concert series that will feature John Fogerty and The Doobie Brothers, among others. Carl Black Chevy has signed up to put its name on the venue while Holiday Inn has committed to sponsor the concert series. The hotel company will soon break ground on a 150-room resort that is expected to open in 2017.
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