Bearings – Nashville

If you’ll bear with me, I thought I’d take today’s post to do a little self-promotion.  Recently, the upstanding gents at BearingsGuide.com have brought me on board to be the editor of Bearings – Nashville.  For those of you who are unfamiliar with Bearings, I strongly encourage you to check it out.  The founders of the site, Rob and Jeremy, created Bearings to answer one question: “In a world overloaded with information, how does the modern man navigate to the products, causes and experiences worth his attention?”  Seems to be a pretty big task at first glance… but they’ve done a great job by giving guys “a heads-up on the things that shape your days—great restaurants, date spots, new music and literature, happenings around town, outdoor activities, attire and more.”  Their first focus has been their hometown of Atlanta, Ga… but now Bearings is expanding to other cities in the Southeast, as well.  That is where I come in with Nashville.  If Bearings looks interesting to you, then I also invite you to sign up for the bi-monthly email newsletter.  It only comes out every other Thursday, so you won’t have to worry about anything cluttering up the old inbox.  Even if one isn’t a resident of Nashville (or Atlanta), Bearings can still be a great resource for new products, interesting “how-to’s,” and just generally the art of living well.  The Nashville Edition goes live January 27th.  So check it out, sign up for the newsletter (be sure to click Nashville!), and enjoy…

I think what they’ve got going on at Bearings is quite perfect, and I hope you’ll think so too!

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4 responses

  1. You’ve got all-around badass Matt Wertz pimping you on Twitter today…very nice.

    Enjoyed the first edition…now you guys need to expand to covering Texas.

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