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Servco Announces New Digital Marketing Hires:Austin Johnson and Alexis Dominic Javier

Servco Announces New Digital Marketing Hires:Austin Johnson and Alexis Dominic Javier

HONOLULU – Servco Pacific Inc. (Servco) today announced it has hired two new people in its marketing department:  Alexis Dominic Javier and Austin Johnson.

Javier has been hired as a Digital Senior Marketing Specialist whose duties consist of planning and assisting with marketing strategies, digital campaigns, researching new opportunities, web content management, generating mid- and end- campaign reports and analysis to gauge the effectiveness of online marketing.  Prior to joining Servco, Javier served as the Marketing Services Supervisor at Edward Enterprises Inc. coordinating and planning cross-media campaigns, data tracking, reporting and analysis, email marketing, personalized URL’s, and storefront management. Javier, a graduate of Lanai High School graduated with a BA in Communications from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and earned an MBA from Chaminade University of Honolulu. 

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All Public Libraries Will Close August 8 Due to Hurricane Iselle

As Hurricane Iselle heads towards the Hawaiian Islands, and for the health and safety of our patrons and staff, all public libraries and support offices statewide will be closed on Friday, August 8, announced State Librarian Richard Burns.  Governor Neil Abercrombie has granted administrative leave on August 8 for State employees, including staff members of the Hawaii State Public Library System.  

     

Supporters Fully Fund HPR’s Energy Efficiency Project

Supporters Fully Fund HPR’s Energy Efficiency Project

Kaheka Street studios to receive lighting upgrades through WEfficiency

Hawai‘i Public Radio announces it has successfully met its $11,769 goal under the crowdfunding platform WEfficiency, an innovative new initiative of Blue Planet Foundation. Nearly 125 HPR supporters responded to the appeal for a lighting upgrade at the station’s Kaheka Street broadcast studios and administrative offices. The LED electrical retrofit will be installed by Energy Industries Corporation in the early fall. The project is anticipated to yield immediate savings, with an anticipated annual reduction in energy expenses totaling $6000.

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First Insurance Company Of Hawaii Issues Claim Reporting Contacts & Guidelines

HONOLULU – With the approach of Hurricanes Iselle and Julio toward Hawaii, First Insurance Company of Hawaii (FICOH) has dispatched additional catastrophe adjusters from the mainland and arranged for catastrophe call center operators to be available over the weekend to take claims.

Claims may be reported via the following numbers:

Storm-related claims:

Catastrophe call center: 1-888-FICOH 4 U (1-888-342-6448)

All other claims:

Oahu: (808) 527-7711

Neighbor Islands toll free: (800) 272-5202

Fax: (808) 545-3120

Taste Your Way Around the Made in Hawaii Festival presented by First Hawaiian Bank

Taste Your Way Around the Made in Hawaii Festival presented by First Hawaiian Bank

There is no excuse for visitors to this year’s Made in Hawaii Festival to go home hungry. With Island chefs putting on cooking demonstrations throughout the three-day festival, and nearly 120 of the 400-plus exhibitors sampling and selling their locally made food products, beverages and fresh produce, the challenge will be deciding how best to navigate all of the culinary choices.

 

Presented by First Hawaiian Bank since its inception 20 years ago, this annual showcase of food, health and beauty products; apparel and accessories; gifts, books, artwork, crafts and other Island-made goods takes place at the Neal S. Blaisdell Arena and Exhibition Hall on Friday and Saturday, August 15 and 16, from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Sunday, August 17, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

The event also will feature a line-up of award-winning Hawaii musicians on the entertainment stage in the Pikake Room.

 

HPR-2 Host Sandy Tsukiyama and Friends Salute Women Songwriters in Atherton Concert August 23

HPR-2 Host Sandy Tsukiyama and Friends Salute Women Songwriters in Atherton Concert August 23

Local song stylist and host of Hawai‘i Public Radio’s Brazilian Experience, Sandy Tsukiyama is joined by vocalists Riya Davis, Rachel Gonzales, and Alison Maldonado in “A Tribute to Lady Songwriters.”  The performers have selected works of personal significance covering Joni Mitchell, Aretha Franklin, Laura Nyro, Carly Simon, Ida Cox, and Cindy Lauper, and others. This showcase of women artists is scheduled for Saturday, August 23rd, at 7:30 p.m. in the Atherton Studio. Backing up the singers are guitarist Dave Yamasaki, pianist Jeanette Trevias, bassist Mark Tanouye, and drummer Peter Factora.