Darrell Freeman to be Inducted into the Nashville Business Hall of Fame

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NASHVILLE, TN — Darrell Freeman has been named the 2019 JA Nashville Business Hall of Fame laureate by Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee. Hosted by Delta Air Lines, this distinguished annual event recognizes Nashville’s outstanding contributors to business and philanthropy.

Freeman was selected by Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee (JA) and past laureates for his achievements in both entrepreneurship and business leadership in the Nashville area. He will be honored at Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee’s Nashville Business Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Wednesday, Oct. 23, at the Music City Center.

Freeman joins an extraordinary group of individuals in the Hall of Fame, including former Gov. Bill Haslam, John Ferguson, Marty Dickens, Amy Grant, Jack Bovender Jr., Rob McCabe, Mark Emkes, Hal Pennington, Ron Samuels and Joe Scarlett.

In 1991, Freeman founded Zycron, Inc., and served as the executive chairman, leading and directing all operations. The company has grown to be one of the largest IT solutions firms headquartered in Tennessee, employing more than 350 IT professionals and servicing Fortune 500 clients and some of the largest health care, government and utility agencies in the country. He currently serves as executive managing director with Zycron, now a division of...

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