John Ludes

Mr. Ludes is former Vice Chairman of Fortune Brands, a leading consumer brands company with over $7B in revenues and household brands such as Jim Beam, Canadian Club, Moen, Kitchen Craft, Titleist, Footjoy and Pinnacle. Prior to his election for the position in 1999, he served as President and Chief Operating Officer from 1995 to 1998. Ludes was closely associated with the company's international operations, developing Fortune Brands International Corporation into an effective catalyst for assisting the company's operations in selling, sourcing and investing on a global basis. He joined Acushnet Company, the company's golf business, in 1978 as Vice President of Marketing for the Titleist Golf Division and was elected Acushnet's President and Chief Executive Officer in 1982. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with B.S. and M.S. degrees in marketing management. Ludes is a Director of New England Zenith Fund.

Jack Douglas

Since 2003, Mr. Douglas has been Executive Vice Chairman of Green Hills Software (revenues over $100 million), where he works closely with the CEO on major strategic initiatives (these include debt and equity financing, investor relations, legal and human resources matters). Mr. Douglas also provides CEO consulting services to private companies, primarily smaller to mid-size emerging growth companies, and board consulting services to public company boards (directed toward increasing board effectiveness). He has been a director of several companies. Prior to 2003, Mr. Douglas was Chief Legal Officer for 3 public companies. Senior VP Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. from 1999 to 2003. Senior VP, Apple Computer in 1997 where he played a key role in restoring Apple's financial health and bringing Steve Jobs back as CEO. Executive VP and Chief Legal Officer at Reebok International Ltd from 1986 to 1997. Also responsible for Human Resources, Corporate Communications, Public Affairs and other non-financial staff functions. Mr. Douglas received his law degree cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1978 and a BA summa cum laude from Colgate University in 1975.

William W. Dromeshauser

William is a co-founder of bluedrop and a seasoned business development executive and entrepreneur with 25 years business experience. Bill has a diverse background in sales, business development and operations in a variety of industries and is a professional team builder with strong consumer product experience in multiple verticals. His knowledge of the water distribution business comes from a nearly 20-year history as an active advisor to Rocky Mountain Spring Water, Inc. -- New England's largest bulk spring water supplier and largest spring water vending business. In addition, he has had a close relationship with the management team of Monadnock Spring Water, Inc. for nearly 30 years, a large New England independent water company recently acquired by Crystal Rock, Inc.

William has held management and business development roles with companies such as Xerox, Lotus Development, Parable Software, Brocade Communications (NASDAQ: BRCD), and Apollo Diamond where he was successful in managing organizations and securing numerous multi-million dollar contracts through a variety of partnerships and channels. As a former Managing Director of Dromeshauser Associates, a leader in retained executive search consulting, he was also active in recruiting senior management for companies such as: EMC, Digital Equipment/ Compaq, Broadview, GTE, Summit Partners, Advent and others.

Christopher John

Mr.John currently serves as President & CEO of Bonaire Software Solutions. He not only guides corporate direction, but utilizes his vast financial services and technology background to take an active role in enhancing perspective and insight of client projects. Mr. John has over 18 years of experience in building, implementing and supporting financial service applications with a strong emphasis on Client Server and Web Application Deployment. Prior to his current role, he was the Director of Fixed Income Trading Systems for Bank Boston Robertson Stephens. Prior to joining Bank Boston, Mr. John was responsible for Treasury Trading Technology at State Street Bank. There he managed the upgrade and infrastructure to support Client Server Trading Applications for Global Treasury. Mr. John holds a BA in Finance from Providence College and an MBA from the Babson Graduate School of Business.

John Fitzpatrick

Mr. Fitzpatrick is CEO & Founder of Boston-based Dynasty International, Inc. Dynasty was started 1985 and grew to become the largest privately held U.S. Customs Clearance and Freight Forwarding company in New England. Dynasty has handled global transportation for companies ranging from Talbots to Johnny Appleseed and Ocean State Job Lots. Prior to starting Dynasty, Mr. Fitzpatrick was an executive at W.N. Proctor corporation which was eventually acquired by Fed Ex. Mr. Fitzpatrick received his BS from Boston College and now resides in Kennebunkport, ME with his wife Jan.