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The Vein and Skin Center of Hawaii Brings Spring Rejuvenation to the Educating Community

The Vein and Skin Center of Hawaii Brings Spring Rejuvenation to the Educating Community

 

As Hawaii’s leading authority on skin and body treatment, the Vein & Skin Center of Hawaii provides the most advanced techniques available today to rejuvenate the appearance of your face, legs and body.

 

The month of March signals spring break for educational institutions across the state. To celebrate the hard work of our teachers, post-secondary instructors and professors, and professional staff, the Vein & Skin Center of Hawaii is proud to offer a spring rejuvenation special to our dedicated community of educators.

H&M to open first Hawaii store

H&M to open first Hawaii store

H & M, Hennes & Mauritz AB (H&M), will open its first location in the state of Hawaii on March 27 at noon. The flagship store, located in the Waikiki Business Plaza, will feature 31,000 square feet of fashion!

“We are truly excited to open our first location in the islands at this iconic shopping location in Waikiki,” said Daniel Kulle, U.S. President for H&M. “People from across the globe travel to Hawaii to experience its very special culture and an environment that is unlike any other in the US or in the world. Our new flagship location will be a great addition to the luxury retail mix on Kalakaua Avenue, giving residents and tourists alike great choices in fashion with great value.”

Opening new stores across the country allows H&M to support local economies where they operate stores. 160 local employees have been hired for the new location, including 20 people that will return from the mainland home to Hawaii.

Kahala Mall’s Marsha Nadalin Salon + Spa celebrates 20th Anniversary

Kahala Mall’s Marsha Nadalin Salon + Spa celebrates 20th Anniversary

HONOLULU –  Marsha Nadalin Salon + Spa celebrates its 20th Anniversary this year at Kahala Mall, joining dozens of other long-running merchants at Oahu’s family-friendly mall in East Oahu, including Kahala Barber, Longs Drugs and Macy’s (and its department store predecessors), all located at Kahala Mall for more than 50 years.

“We’re thrilled to have such great merchants who call Kahala Mall home, and celebrate with them in these significant milestones, such as Marsha Nadalin’s 20th anniversary,” said Floyd Williamson, Kahala Mall General Manager.  “In fact, 25 of our merchants have been in the mall for two decades or more. It’s because of our merchants that Kahala Mall is such a great shopping and dining experience.”

Volta Industries Launches New Office Location in San Francisco

Volta Industries Launches New Office Location in San Francisco

Volta Industries LLC (Volta) today announced it has opened its new office headquarters in San Francisco, as the company continues to expand operations through key North American markets. The office is at 144 King Street, in the heart of the SoMa district. Volta operates the Volta Network, the largest network of free-to-use electric vehicle (EV) charging stations nationwide, with 50 free EV charging stations in California, Arizona, and Hawaii.

“We’re tremendously excited to open our San Francisco headquarters as we launch Volta in California,” said Scott Mercer, CEO and Co-Founder of Volta. “Establishing ourselves in San Francisco has been a long time coming – now that we’ve completed our Hawaii prototype, Volta will be setting its sights on a national expansion.”

The office launch coincides with the growth of Volta’s staff, which now totals 10 full-time employees.

Kahala Mall welcomes Quiksilver Board Room

Kahala Mall welcomes Quiksilver Board Room

HONOLULU –  Kahala Mall today welcomes Quiksilver Board Room to East Oahu’s most popular shopping and dining center. The new, 1,145-square-foot store in the former Kahala Lifestyles space recently opened catering to adult water enthusiasts and is also the official showroom for Wade Tokoro surfboards.

“Wade is one of the greatest surfboard shapers in the world today, especially for the Hawaiian waters, and we’re excited to showcase his boards alongside the latest water sports clothing and accessories on the markeQuiksilver Board Room, as well as the popular Up & Riding store at Kahala Mall. “We know Kahala Mall is one of the better locations for our new venture to reach both locals and tourists alike.”

RevoluSun Hires Nicole Lemas as Oahu Project Developer

RevoluSun Hires Nicole Lemas as Oahu Project Developer

 

RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading provider of residential and commercial solar systems, has hired Nicole Lemas as a Project Developer for its Oahu division.

 

In her new role, Lemas will be working with homeowners to achieve energy independence by designing custom solar systems. She will also be involved with Project Empower, RevoluSun’s outreach arm that provides resources, support and education to non-profit and community groups. She is dedicated to supporting a sustainable future for our island home and sees solar as a bright avenue to get there.  

 

Volta Industries Charging Forward with Growing Presence in Arizona

Volta Industries Charging Forward with Growing Presence in Arizona

 

Volta Industries LLC (Volta) today announced the launch of its first 12 electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across Arizona, serving EV drivers in metropolitan Phoenix and Tucson. Volta operates the Volta Network, the largest network of free-to-use EV charging stations nationwide, with free EV charging stations in Arizona, California and Hawaii.

 

“We’re so excited about the response to our EV charging network in Arizona,” said Arden Penton, Volta’s Director of Media and Operations. “Drivers have embraced the opportunity to charge up for free at these stations, which provide prime advertising space for area businesses. We’re in the process of selecting advertising partners that power up these popular stations; local businesses still have time to reach Arizona’s EV drivers if they act now.”