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Atlas Insurance Appoints Three Assistant Vice Presidents in its Client Consulting Group

Atlas Insurance Appoints Three Assistant Vice Presidents in its Client Consulting Group

Atlas Insurance Agency, Inc., Hawaii’s largest locally owned and managed insurance agency, has announced the appointments of Mike Ayson, Sandy Ferreira and Dana Tokioka as Assistant Vice Presidents in it Client Consulting Group.

Michael Ayson has over 12 years of experience in the insurance industry and will continue to be responsible for servicing the company’s AOAO clients. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Finance from the University of Hawaii and is a member of the Financial Management Association.

Sandra Ferreira has nearly 20 years of experience in the insurance industry and will continue to be responsible for the development, sales and servicing of the company’s commercial clients. She holds a degree in Business from St. Pete Junior College in St. Petersburg, Florida.

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Servco to sell Raynor Overhead Doors Division Back to Former Owners

Servco to sell Raynor Overhead Doors Division Back to Former Owners

HONOLULU – servco.com – Servco Pacific Inc. (Servco) announced it is selling its Servco Raynor Overhead Doors, Inc. (Servco Raynor) division to Peter Eldridge and Mike Markley.  Eldridge and Markley were the former owners of Raynor Pacific Overhead Doors until it was acquired by Servco in 2005.  The sale is expected to be finalized in early 2015.

Servco Raynor Overhead Doors, Hawaii’s premier residential and commercial garage door specialist, will continue to do business under the Servco name and the business will remain in its current location in Mapunapuna until the sale has been finalized. Eldridge will serve as CEO and Markley as Secretary/Treasurer of the new company which hopes to hire most, if not all, of the 20 current employees.

Customers Can Get Free McCafe® Coffee at McDonald’s® During Breakfast Hours From Sept. 16 to 29

Customers Can Get Free McCafe® Coffee at McDonald’s® During Breakfast Hours From Sept. 16 to 29

HONOLULU – McDonald’s® Restaurants of Hawaii is planning a second round of coffee sampling from September 16 to 29 where customers can get a free small hot cup of McCafe® coffee during breakfast hours at participating restaurants, no purchase necessary. In Hawaii only, the coffee is a unique Royal Kona Blend that now comes in a richer and bolder flavor. It is freshly roasted in Hawaii and supplied to McDonald’s by Hawaii Coffee Company.

“McDonald’s of Hawaii has been serving our Royal Kona Blend brand since its first restaurant opened in Aina Haina in 1968,” said Jim Lenhart, Hawaii Coffee Company vice president of sales and service. “We’re proud of our more than 40-year partnership and have enjoyed working with McDonald’s of Hawaii to develop quality local products for McDonald’s customers.”

2015 Hawaii Red Cross Hero Nominations Now Open!

2015 Hawaii Red Cross Hero Nominations Now Open!

Do you know a hero – someone who has saved a life, made our community a safer place or gone above and beyond to help someone in need?

Each year, the Hawaii Red Cross celebrates and honors local citizens who exemplify the spirit of humanitarianism in line with the Red Cross mission of preventing and alleviating human suffering by coming to the aid of disaster victims, helping to save lives, and assisting military service members and their families.

The Hawaii Red Cross needs your help identifying local heroes! If you know a person or group that fits into one of the five Red Cross Hero categories below, submit a nomination form to honor their actions! (Note: act or activity must have taken place after July 1, 2013)

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Student Artists Receive Mayoral Awards/Returns from Japan's World Toyota Dream Car Art Contest

Student Artists Receive Mayoral Awards/Returns from Japan's World Toyota Dream Car Art Contest

HONOLULUToyotaHawaii.com – The last week of August this year, Toyota Hawaii flew 13-year-old Teah Laupapa, from Kapolei, and 12-year-old Emma Thain, from Koloa, Kauai, to Japan for an all-expenses paid trip to compete in the World Dream Car Art Contest. The two girls, along with each set of parents, toured the city of Nagoya, visited a Buddhist temple, and painted a lantern. Laupapa recalls, “I liked the fact that I got to bond with my parents through the experience and that we were able to learn so much about the Japanese culture. Both Laupapa and Thain received an award of “Best Finalist” for their respective creations at the World Art Contest in Japan. (All winners’ artwork can be seen “here.”)

RevoluSun hires Sam Wolff and Ana Magalianes as Project Developers

RevoluSun hires Sam Wolff and Ana Magalianes as Project Developers

 

HONOLULUwww.RevoluSun.com – RevoluSun, Hawaii’s leading provider of residential solar systems, today announced it has hired Sam Wolff and Ana Magalianes as Project Developers for its Oahu division.

 

Wolff and Magalianes will be working with homeowners to achieve energy independence by designing custom solar systems and finding the best financing options available to meet their needs and take advantage of government incentives.

 

Previously, Wolff served as a sales and networking coordinator with Flo Water, Inc. and worked at Hawaii Skylights and Solar Fans as a trade show representative.

Local Hawaii Artist Donates a Portion of Proceeds of iPhone Covers to HUGS

HONOLULU – Heather Brown, a local Hawaii artist, has added local non-profit HUGS (Help, Understanding and Group Support) to her list of non-profits she supports through her iPhone cover sales. Earlier this month Brown launched two new iPhone cases featuring her signature artwork in which she will donate 15 percent of the proceeds to HUGS.  HUGS provides support for the entire family, whose child has been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness.

 

 “I chose HUGS because I believe in their mission statement, have had the pleasure of meeting some of the people that work with HUGS and I love to support great causes at home in Hawai'i,” Brown said about choosing HUGS as one of her non-profit beneficiaries.