Angela Harper, comanager
of Ku bar, on Price Regent Street, told The Gazette how the matter was being taken "very seriously" by the club which has a "zero tolerance drug policy".
Sue and her husband and comanager
Brian have been in charge for 19 years, and Sue says: "There aren't a lot of pubs like this, because so many places now just cater for young people.
Reed joined Kroger in 1993 as a comanager
in the Central division.
It was, then, interesting to hear him ponder the notion of legacy in respect of his opposite number, Iceland's comanager
I've known the guy since he we played as under-15s, I've coached with him at Newcastle and Gateshead College and he's a person that you can't speak highly enough," his comanager
Nicky Gray, also 45, said proudly.
Virtually all of these lines were made famous by the Admiral's leading player and comanager
Alleyn, whose "dominance in the repertory" became a key market strategy throughout the 1590s.
Alcohol related issues are 85 to 90 per cent of what we do and of those probably 40 to 50 per cent will probably have had drugs as well," says comanager
Those heroes included Huddersfield players Harold Wagstaffand Douglas Clark, as well as comanager
Of the 1745-46 season, they say only that before Thomas Sheridan left London in the summer of 1745, "he engaged Garrick to be his comanager
for the 1745-46 season" at Smock Alley (1)--a statement that is probably untrue on two counts.
Katie Jackson, serves as the director of community outreach and is comanager
of government relations and sustainability at Jackson Family Wines.
They pointed out it was one of their old muckers, George "Iron Man" Curtis, who lifted the famous trophy along with comanager
Snoz Sillett on that golden afternoon.
From 2004-2006 he was comanager
of specialty denim retailer Indigo Nation.