BizzBuzz for Sunday — October 26, 2003

• Thomas elected new Chairman

• Business celebrates anniversary

• ID checks in progress

• Harvey and Sons moves to Kalaheo

Thomas elected new Chairman

O‘AHU — David Thomas, Bank of Hawaii Vice Chairman of Retail Banking, has been elected Chairman of the Consumer Bankers Association (CBA), a national organization recognized as the leading voice on retail banking issues in the nation’s capital.

CBA mernbers include the majority of the nation’s largest bank holding companies as well as regional and Super community banks that collectively hold two-thirds of the industry’s total assets. Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia.

CBA was founded in 1919 and provides leadership, education, research and federal representation on retail banking issues such U.S. privacy, fair lending, and consumer protection legislation.

Business celebrates anniversary

Robyn Herbig and Tamara Manipon’s Malia’s Island Flavors will celebrate its first-year anniversary on Nov. 12.

Malia’s is a home meal replacement business. The business offers prepared frozen meals, local style. In addition, the business also offers crack seed and gift baskets.

For more information visit or call 651-1346.

ID checks in progress

AKAL Security Inc. is now providing security service at all Young Brothers’ facilities. Some changes were made, particularly in the area of access control, in an effort to better meet the requirements of Homeland Security.

These changes were mentioned in the memo that was sent out to you by AKAL Security Inc. on Sept. 29.

A valid identification must be presented to the security officer at the gate before entry will be allowed. All adults, including passengers, entering a facility either by vehicle or by foot must present one of the following forms of identification, driver’s license with photo, State or Federal ID card with photo and name of agency, Military ID card, Company ID card with photo and name of company and State of Hawaii personal current valid ID card.

Furthermore, the Driver must present a valid driver’s license as his or her primary identification. A second form of identification may be required at the discretion of the security officer.

By taking these precautionary measures, AKAL makes sure that everyone coming onto the premises has a valid reason for doing so and that each person has his identity verified.

Without proper identification, access may be denied.

Harvey and Sons moves to Kalaheo

The Harvey and Sons Feed Store has moved to a new location in Kalaheo. The company was in Port Allen before the recent move.

The business has been open since 1996 and is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Monday through Friday and then 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.

The business sells Solid Golf Holistique pet foods, Nutro’s pet foods and all types of pet foods for the smallest and biggest animals.

For more information, call Russell Garcia at 1-808-337-5999.


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