One mile of Ocean Front, One Incredible Real Estate Development
Multi-Billion Dollar Agreement Signed With Oman
BREAKING: Good Life Networks Inc. increases second quarter revenue year over year by 123% to $3,435,835
- Q2 revenue increased 123% to $3,435,835 from same quarter last year
- Reported net income of $252,712, compared to a net loss of $353,632 in the same quarter last year
- “Our year over year revenue growth for the second quarter was exceptional and further supports our projected revenue and earnings objectives for the full fiscal year,” said Jesse Dylan, GLN President and CEO
Frank J. Drohan
Chairman, President, Chief Executive & Financial Officer
Frank J. Drohan has served as a Director, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO of Omagine since 1991. Mr. Drohan was also Chairman of the Board, President and sole shareholder of Rif International Corp., a privately held company which had extensive overseas activities in the Middle East between 1977 and 1986. Rif ultimately acquired the Ty-Breakers business and was itself acquired by Omagine in 1997. Mr. Drohan serves as a Director and the Chairman of Journey of Light, Inc. and served in those capacities for both Contact Sports, Inc. and Ty-Breakers Corp. until they were merged with and into Omagine. He is also a Director and the Chairman of The Renaissance Team, Inc. and Renaissance Development Holdings, Inc., both of which are privately held companies offering a wide variety of services including: branding, marketing, management, political and strategic visioning, and development management consulting services.
Charles P. Kuczynski
Vice-President, Secretary and Director
Charles P. Kuczynski is Vice-President, Secretary and a Director of Omagine, Inc. since 1996 and served as a Director and Secretary of Omagine between 1988 and 1993. Mr. Kuczynski was also President of Ty- Breakers and Vice-President of Contact Sports, Inc. until both Contact and Ty-Breakers were merged into Omagine in March 2008. He graduated with a BA in Political Science from Merrimack College in 1975.
Louis J. Lombardo
Louis J. Lombardo became a Director on July 1, 2005. Mr. Lombardo retired after 35 years at American Express where he was Executive Vice-President - Travel Related Services. In this capacity he led an organization of worldwide operating centers employing over 14,000 people and managed a $1.3 billion operating budget and a $600 million capital budget. His responsibilities included controlling International Risk Management & Global Fraud as well as customer service for both Cardmembers and Merchants. Mr. Lombardo holds an MBA degree from New York University. Presently, Mr. Lombardo runs his own consulting company and owns and operates two privately held businesses. He lives in New York City.
Controller and Principal Accounting Officer
William Hanley has served as the Controller and Principal Accounting Officer of the Company since January 2008. Mr. Hanley served as the controller of Mittal Steel from 1986 to 2007 and as the Controller and Chief Financial Officer of Rif International Corp. from 1980 to 1986. From 1973 to 1985 he served as the controller at two Wall Street brokerage firms and from 1968 to 1972 as a senior accountant at Main LaFrentz & Company. He was an accounting specialist with the United States Army from 1966 to 1968. Mr. Hanley holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from St. Francis College in New York.
Jack A. Smith
Mr. Smith founded and was the chief executive officer of a NYSE company - The Sports Authority, Inc. ("TSA") - a national sporting goods chain. He was the Chairman of TSA until it was sold in 1999.
Previously Mr. Smith served in executive management positions at W.R. Grace & Co. and with other major companies including Herman's Sporting Goods, Sears & Roebuck and Montgomery Ward. In 2006 Mr. Smith joined the board of I-Trax, an AMEX listed health care provider and Carrols, Inc., a NASDAQ listed firm in the restaurant industry, whose public company spinoff, Fiesta, Inc., appointed him in 2012 as Non-Executive Chairman of the Board.
Mr. Smith recently rotated off the Board of NYSE-listed Darden Restaurants after 15 years of service, last serving as chairman of the audit committee.
Alan M. Matus
Mr. Matushas five decades of residential, hospitality and commercial real estate development experience. He is a seasoned real estate industry executive and owner who has personally directed the development, planning, architectural design, financing, construction and marketing of many public and private developments both internationally and in the U.S.Mr. Matus graduated as a Chartered Accountant (a CPA equivalency) from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.