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Servco Automotive Announces New Hires in Marketing: Aimee Nelson and Lauren Tanimoto

Servco Automotive Announces New Hires in Marketing:  Aimee Nelson and Lauren Tanimoto

HONOLULU – Servco Pacific Inc. (Servco) today announced it has hired two new marketing assistants in its marketing department: Aimee Nelson and Lauren Tanimoto.  Both will assist in the development and execution of various marketing initiatives including automotive sales events, community outreach programs, and promotions.

 

No stranger to the automotive industry, Nelson’s previous experience includes work at MINI of Hawaii as a marketing assistant. A graduate of Kapolei High School and the Shidler College of Business at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, she lives in Nuuanu.

 

Tanimoto previously worked as a director’s assistant at Santa Clara University.  A graduate of Punahou School, she went on to earn a bachelor of science in marketing at Santa Clara University.  She now lives in Moanalua.

 

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Oahu Publications, Inc. Reorganizes Management Team

Oahu Publications, Inc. Reorganizes Management Team

Executives promoted to maximize talent and industry experience

HONOLULU – Oahu Publications, Inc. (OPI) today announced that Dave Kennedy, senior vice president/marketing, was named chief revenue officer of OPI and the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Kennedy’s promotion comes weeks after Glenn Zuehls was named the publisher of San Francisco Media Co., which produces the San Francisco Examiner, SF Weekly and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. San Francisco Media Co. is owned by OPI, the parent company of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Zuehls had been OPI’s senior vice president/advertising. Both Zuehls and Kennedy played pivotal roles in the 2010 merging of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and The Honolulu Advertiser and are credited with the steady growth of the Star-Advertiser since the merger.

CBP Raises More Than $44,000 for Aloha United Way's 2014 Pacesetter Campaign

CBP Raises More Than $44,000 for Aloha United Way's 2014 Pacesetter Campaign

Honolulu – Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties (CBP) is pleased to announce that it has raised more than $44,000 for Aloha United Way’s 2014 Pacesetter Campaign, exceeding the company’s fundraising goal of $31,700 by a whopping 140 percent.

“Aloha United Way’s Pacesetter Campaign is one of our most successful fundraising events and we are proud to continue to support this great organization,” said Mike James, president of Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties. “The staff and group of independent agents went above and beyond expectations this year. Their creativity and contributions combined to make 2014 the most successful in the ten years that we have been taking part in the Pacesetter Campaign.”

Windward Mall Shows Off its Style with Back-to-School Events

Windward Mall Shows Off its Style with Back-to-School Events

Get styled out for back-to-school with Windward Mall this August! On Saturday, August 16, Windward Mall will host its annual Teen Vogue Back to School Saturday and Miss Hawai‘i Day, featuring Miss Hawai‘i contestants starting at 1 p.m. with a live concert at 3 p.m. Great deals will also be available throughout the day – starting at 11 a.m. the first 200 shoppers to spend $75 or more will receive a FREE $10 Windward Mall Retailer Gift Card.

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Elvis Remembrance Day Saturday, August 16: 6:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

On the 37th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s passing, Rock-A-Hula! will honor the King with a special show. Guests may choose from a Legendary Cocktail Show package, or upgrade to one of several dining options. Then meet Elvis, Lady Gaga and Michael Jackson tribute artists at a fun meet-and-greet following the show.

Prices vary, Kama'aina and keiki rates available.

Mini-golf charity takes up cause for grief-stricken children in Hawai'i

More than 250 grief-stricken children across Hawai'i are expected to benefit from a charity miniature golf tournament that is being organized by the Hawaii chapter of a trade group for insurance professionals and financial advisers.

Called "Fore the Keiki Mini Golf Day," the inaugural charity event's goal is to raise $25,000 for Kids Hurt Too Hawai'i, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide grieving children with a safe space to express feelings about their loss of a parent to divorce, adoption, incarceration or death.

The Hawaii chapter of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors has scheduled the event for 2 pm, Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014 at the Bayview Mini Putt Course in Kaneohe. The fund-raising event coincides with national Life Insurance Awareness Month, which is designed to draw public attention to the need for life insurance.

Law Enforcement Rise to the Challenge for Special Olympics Hawai‘i’s Cop on Top Event

Law Enforcement Rise to the Challenge for Special Olympics Hawai‘i’s Cop on Top Event

The 13th annual event will take to new heights at Walmart stores statewide, August 28-30, 2014