There will be one winner in each of two categories. The first will be for a business or a business owner that in 2014 portrayed the best of what East Nashville has to offer. The second award is for a private citizen who best symbolizes what being a good East Nashville neighbor means.
Winners will receive a $200 prize and recognition at the first HENMA quarterly meeting in 2015.
**Please email nominations and a brief description of the nominees accomplishments to email@example.com. Voting will take place in November by the members of the HENMA.
The October HENMA mixer will be hosted by Porter House Bistro. Come to mix and meet other East Nashville business owners. There will be food and drink, so just bring yourself. We are always looking for new members, so feel free to bring friends who either own a business that is located in East Nashville OR are business owners who live in East Nashville.
Monday, Oct 13, 6:00-8:00pm, at Porter House Bistro, located at 1115 Porter Road
Thank you to The Building for hosting the September mixer! The Building is a 2000 sq ft. all-purpose art gallery, located in East Nashvilles historic Five Points, and is home to regular events such as Open Road Mondays, Music City Improv, and The Musicians Swap Meet.
Search the businesses and organizations that make up the Historic East Nashville Merchants Association.
Each year, HENMA presents the awards for East Nashvillian of the Year by highlighting people and businesses who exemplify the best of all the positive aspects of life in East Nashville.
Winners receive a $200 prize and the recognition at the first HENMA Quarterly Business Meeting of 2014.
Business Award – March Egerton
Citizen Award – Carol Williams