The company's current president and CEO is Felix Juan Serrallés, Jr., Juan Serrallés great-grandson. The company currently produces over 60% of the rum sold in Puerto Rico. In 1998, the annual sales of Serrallés. Inc. surpassed $100 million. The company has become a large industrial and marketing enterprise that produces and distributes over 80 different product lines worldwide.
Academic Sports Association is currently the most popular students organization in Poland. According to its official webpage, it has 318 clubs, active at almost all Polish colleges and universities, both private and public. At one school, there can be only one AZS organization. As of September 30, 2007, it had more than 50 000 members. Its sportspeople have won numerous medals during the biggest sporting events in the world, including the Olympic Games. It has three sports centers – in Wilkasy, in Gorki Zachodnie near Gdańsk and in Zieleniec. It carries out activities in almost all kinds of sports.
In 2011, Axworthy was appointed and remains the Secretary General of the InterAction Council which he has been an associate member of since 2008, but has been closely involved with since 1995. InterAction Council is "an international organization whose objective is to address long-term, global issues facing humankind. The Council is currently co-Chaired by Bertie Ahern, the former Prime Minister of Ireland and the former President of Nigeria Olusegun Obasanjo (the Right Honourable Jean Chrétien (Prime Minister of Canada, is Honorary co-chair). The Council is composed of more than thirty former heads of state who jointly develop proposals for action and submit them directly to national and international decision-makers."
Gray released her new Jazz CD 'Jazz Fresh' in late 2007 and is currently shooting scenes for her appearance in the FFC funded documentary hosted by American Pulp Fiction director Quentin Tarantino titled 'Not Quite Hollywood', a film homage to the breakthrough days of Australian films of the 70's and early 80's (set to be released internationally late 2008)
The Arnprior Airport is currently home to Chapman Aviation which provides flight instruction, sightseeing and charter services. Chapman Aircraft Service also provides aircraft maintenance services.
Wilhoit recently studied under Special Teams Coach Gary Zauner for six months to learn his acclaimed kicking and punting techniques. In addition to Coach Zauner, he has trained under Coach Bill Renner in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He currently is the assistant to the PE boys coach, kicking coach, and 10th grade world history teacher at Brentwood Academy in Brentwood, Tennessee. Wilhoit's wife, Carrie, recently gave birth to his first son, Jackson "The Hammer" Wilhoit.
The Emons-controlled Maryland and Pennsylvania Railroad acquired 19 mi of a former PRR branch line between York and Hanover, Pennsylvania in the 1980s. In December 1999, Emons merged its M&P subsidiary with another area short-line, Yorkrail, forming the York Railway. In 2002, Genesee and Wyoming gained control of the 42 mi York Railway, including the former M&P Railroad trackage between York–Hanover. The York Railway currently serves 40 online rail customers and connects with the Norfolk Southern and CSX railroads.
The university currently covers an area of 350 hectares, and operates 6 Faculties, offering numerous bachelor's degrees and twenty-six postgraduate programs in M.A, M.Sc and/or Ph.D levels.
Rivera currently lives in Hollywood, California. His newest play, "Brainpeople," premiered in San Francisco January 30, 2008, and was co-produced by the American Conservatory Theater. Rivera will also direct and write the screenplay for "Celestina", a film loosely adapted from his play "Cloud Tectonics", which will be produced by Walter Salles. Among his recent projects is the movie adaptation of On the Road, based on the novel by Jack Kerouac.
After his retirement from basketball, Hunt worked at the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. He is currently involved in a youth basketball program sponsored by 4POINT4 Sports.
Ernest currently resides in East Cobb, Georgia and is a business consultant for Chick-fil-A in the Atlanta area.
Thompson currently serves as the Chair of the Board of Trustees for Kamehameha Schools (a post that his father Myron "Pinky" Thompson also held), and a member of the Board of Regents for the University of Hawaii.
Miguel Rodríguez lives Satellite Beach, Florida with his wife. He is currently working as a Senior Program Manager for ASRC Federal managing the Wallops Engineering Services Contract located in NASA Wallops Flight Facility, Va.
Viñas is a staff astrophysicist at the Geospace Physics Laboratory of the Heliophysics Science Division at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Viñas continues actively in research and lecturing at various national and international research centers and universities, He is also a post-doctoral mentor and adviser to many national and international young scientists. He is currently an active member of the American Physical Society (APS), the American Geophysical Union (AGU), and a founding member of the Latin American Association for Space Geophysics (ALAGE).
Jordan Corey is currently featured as a New "Artist to Watch" by iHeartRadio.
Moreover currently powers the Ask.com News Search and BBC Newstracker, having global headquarters in Reston, Virginia and further offices in Dayton, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and London; moreover, in October 2014, Moreover was acquired by LexisNexis. LexisNexis has since integrated Moreover's flagship product, Newsdesk, into their portfolio of Media Intelligence Solutions.
Escobar is currently the Dean of the Painting Department at the Escuela de Artes Plásticas de Puerto Rico in San Juan, Puerto Rico. His paintings have been exhibited in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and at the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture. He has authored two books, "Speech in the Night" and "Sonia Semenovena", published by Quinera editors.
McLean moved from Wellington in late 2006 to Melbourne, Australia, where Pollyfilla obtained a starring role in one of Melbourne’s leading drag troupes, “New Sensation”. When New Sensation disbanded, Polly took on a starring role in the Xchange Hotel's production of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert. Following the closure of this Thursday night production, Polly was offered the "Diva" role at The Commercial Hotel in Yarraville (West Melbourne), currently running Gay themed nights on Thursdays with specially selected guest performers and on Saturday nights with themed production shows. After a successful Christmas production show at the end of 2007, Polly returned with "That 1960s Show", also featuring the talents of Ooh La Roo and Coco LeBon. Early in 2008, Polly brought her one-woman show "Pollywood" across to Melbourne at Chapel Off Chapel. The Autumn season of "Diva Fever" saw Polly co-star with follow drag performer Missy Normous and guest performers. This production saw great success culminating with the finale in late April 2008, adding the first male diva guest to the lineup - Elvis. Polly's production show "Sex and The City" (tying in with the film in June 2008) showed at The Commercial Hotel during winter 2008 with three of Melbourne's top drag performers joining her for the drag event in Melbourne of that year.
Peter Vronsky currently lectures at Ryerson University History Department in international relations, American Civil War, Third Reich, and the history of terrorism. In 2017, he was chosen as the Writer-In-Residence at the Toronto Public Library. The third volume in his history of serial homicide, a global macro history or Big History of serial homicide, Sons of Cain: A History of Serial Killers from the Stone Age to the Present (formerly Serial Killer Chronicles) for the Penguin Random House Berkley imprint was published in 2018. A chapter from this new history "Serial Killer Zombie Apocalypse and the Dawn of the Less Dead" was recently published as the prologue to the Serial Killer True Crime Anthology 2014. In it Vronsky compares the brain functions of a serial killer with that of a fictional zombie, arguing that the capacity for serial murder, rape, and cannibalism, originates with primitive survival instincts rooted in an older "reptilian" sector of the human triune brain that “misfires” for a complexity of reasons, ranging from familial, environmental, social, cultural, to perhaps even bio-chemical or genetic.
There are currently no commercially available sociable two-wheelers, although there are plans in circulation by which a person with welding and metal fabrication skills could make one. There are some sociable three- and four-wheeled machines (quadracycles) on the market, however.