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Ke Ola Magazine Names Gayle Greco General Manager

Now in its eighth year of publishing, Ke Ola Magazine announces Gayle Greco is filling the position of Ke Ola’s general manger. A resident of Kailua-Kona, Greco is a long-time haumana (student) of Hawaiian culture and a regular Ke Ola editorial contributor.

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In 2013, Greco was hired in an interim executive management position at the Seattle Times. During that time, Greco provided successful leadership in the advertising sales division resulting in positive goal achievement. In addition to this assignment, Greco has worked on consulting projects for the Sacramento Bee, Tacoma News Tribune and locally at La’i ‘Opua 2020.

Gayle’s current responsibilities at Ke Ola Magazine include overseeing and managing the sales, distribution, editorial and administrative departments, while helping to create a business plan for the magazine’s next stage of growth and development.

Barbara Garcia, publisher and owner, has recently updated Ke Ola Magazine’s mission and vision statements. The updated mission states Ke Ola is in business to help other businesses reach new customers, while perpetuating Hawai’i Island’s arts, culture and sustainability.

Ke Ola is the only island-wide magazine that is published to reach people who live on Hawai’i Island, as well as frequent visitors. Its five-part vision statement includes points such as offering marketing solutions for businesses that want to reach new and existing customers while providing opportunities to support Hawai’i Island’s artists, writers and the subjects they write about. By using Hawaiʻi Island and native Hawaiian culture as a model, Ke Ola aims to help educate the rest of the planet on sustainable (pono) practices to preserve all lands and cultures.

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