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With that, I'll turn the call over to William Carey, our President and Chief Executive Officer. Bill?
William V. CareyThank you, Jim. I welcome everyone to our Q1 earnings call. First off, we'll be going over on the presentation as filed on our website. We'll be going over Poland Q1 results, Russia Q1 results, a bit about our other markets, and then we'll get into the financials surrounding Q1. And then we'll get to the outlook for the rest of the year, how we see Poland, Russia and a few of our other markets and open up the call for questions. So starting off on Page 3 of the presentation, Q1 overview for Poland. We had a good quarter for Poland. We're up about 7% in our domestic volume growth and up 15% in value. As you recall, the first 3 quarters last year, domestic volume was higher than the domestic value. And the last 2 quarters, as explained on our last few calls, that certainly today, value -- our value growth is certainly more than our volume growth. So we're seeing that continuing through our performance as you should see that continuing out through the rest of the year. But the overall vodka market was down 1% to 2%. It was no surprise, really, for the overall vodka market as compared to the last year.