State Receives Judgement Against Modeling/Talent Agency – Company Ordered to Pay Restitution, $50,000 Fine

The Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs’ (DCCA) Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) announced today that it obtained a judgment against JRP International, Inc., dba John Robert Powers, to resolve allegations that the company failed to comply with Hawaii’s door-to-door sales law.

John Powers Agency

The complaint and judgment filed in Hawaii state court alleges that in October 2012, John Robert Powers, a mainland company, advertised on local radio stations soliciting people to attend a pre-screening talent-search audition being held at a Waikiki hotel. At the conclusion of the audition, parents paid the company substantial sums of monies to have their children attend training classes consisting of five rehearsals and one agent showcase.

OCP’s complaint alleged that the company violated Hawaii’s door-to-door sales law by failing to verbally inform these parents of their right to cancel the contract within three (3) business days of the transaction, and failing to include in its contract the written Notice of Cancellation language as required by HRS §481C-2.

“This action highlights the importance of Hawaii’s door-to-door sales law,” said OCP’s Executive Director Bruce B. Kim.“Consumers should exercise caution before signing contracts at any high-pressure sales event, whether it occurs at your home or in a hotel. Take the time to ask the salesperson to explain your cancellation rights and read the cancellation rights in the contract before signing.”

OCP was awarded $3,800 in restitution on behalf of an injured consumer, along with fines and penalties of $50,000 against the company.

The judgment also included injunctive relief against the company, requiring that it:

  • Furnish buyers with a fully completed receipt or copy of a contract pertaining to door-to-door sales, which contains all the information required by law
  • Furnish buyers with duplicate copies of the Notice of Cancellation form required by law
  • Include any copies of the Notice of Cancellation form, including all information required by law regarding the Notice of Cancellation in the specific format required by law
  • Verbally inform each buyer at the time the buyer signs the contract or purchases the goods or services, of the buyer’s right to cancel
  • Not misrepresent in any manner the buyer’s right to cancel
  • Honor any valid of notice of cancellation by a buyer
  • Promptly refund all payments made under the contract or sale after receipt of a timely notice of cancellation.

Consumers and businesses involved in door-to-door type sales as defined in HRS§ 481C-1 are advised that businesses are required to verbally inform consumers of their right to cancel the contract within three (3) business days and must also include in its contract the required Notice of Cancellation language as described in HRS § 481C-2.

A “door-to-door sale” is defined as:

  • A sale of goods or services solicited in person and signed by the buyer at a place other than the seller’s business address shown on the contract;
  • A sale of goods or services solicited in person or by mail or telephone; or
  • A public or private notice or advertisement if the solicitation includes an offer of a gift, prize premiums, stamps, coupons, tickets or other redeemable devices as an inducement for the person solicited or a member of the person’s immediate family to go to the seller’s place of business, whether the buyer signs at the seller’s place of business or elsewhere.

Businesses are advised that failing to comply with the door-to-door sales law may render the contract unenforceable.

Anyone who believes that they may have signed a contract involving a door-to-door type sale, and who believes they were not verbally informed and/or signed a contract that failed to provide the required written notice that they had the right to cancel their contract within three (3) business days of the transaction may file a complaint with the Office of Consumer Protection. Information about filing a complaint is available on the OCP’s website at

http://cca.hawaii.gov/ocp/consumer-complaint/or by calling the Consumer Resource Center at 587-4272 on Oahu or toll free from the Neighbor Islands at the following numbers:

  • Kauai                           274-3141x 74272
  • Maui                            984-2400 x 74272
  • Big Island                   974-4000 x 74272
  • Molokai &Lanai        1 (800) 468-4644 x 74272

Hawaii Officials Destroy 800 Pounds of Green Onions Because of Unapproved Pesticide

The Hawai‘i State Department of Health (DOH) Food and Drug Branch required the destruction and disposal of approximately 800 pounds of fresh green onions Tuesday due to the presence of an unapproved pesticide found on the product during routine sampling.  Wong Hon Hin, Inc., a Waianae farm has been ordered to cease the sale of all suspect product until followup testing can show no pesticide residue.

A routine monthly sampling of twenty different raw agricultural commodities was collected on October 17, 2011 and analyzed for the presence of pesticide residues. The results received from the state laboratory on October 27 indicated that the sample of green onions had 0.071 parts per million (ppm) of oxamyl, a pesticide that is not approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for use on green onions. Oxamyl is approved by the EPA for use on a variety of vegetables and has an allowable range from 0.1 ppm for carrots up to 10 ppm for celery. Green onions have a zero tolerance for oxamyl.

Wong Hon Hin Inc. was notified on October 28 to cease the sale of all suspect green onions. That afternoon a follow-up sample from the farm was collected and analyzed for the presence of oxamyl. Results received the next day indicated 0.309 ppm of oxamyl on the green onions. The farm was notified of the results and instructed to destroy and properly dispose of the suspect product. A DOH Food and Drug inspector witnessed the destruction of approximately 800 pounds of green onions today. No green onions will be allowed to be sold by the farm until subsequent samples indicate zero levels of oxamyl.

The DOH believes that the crop of green onions tested on October 17th was distributed to consumers in Hawai‘i. Because the pesticide is allowed in greater amounts on other crops, the department does not consider the situation to be a significant threat to public health.

The DOH Food and Drug Branch routinely collects and tests a variety of produce samples each month for pesticide residues. Any sample found in violation is immediately followed with a cease and desist order, further sampling and education. The Food and Drug Branch safeguards public health by ensuring that food, drugs, cosmetics, medical devices and related consumer products are safe and properly labeled. The program inspects establishments within the state where these products are manufactured, distributed, or sold. It also investigates complaints, and collects samples to determine compliance with product standards.

Mayor Kenoi Launches Solar Powered Green Government Initiative

Media Release:

Mayor Billy Kenoi officially turned on the 250-kilowatt solar photovoltaic project at the West Hawai‘i Civic Center (WHCC) in Kailua-Kona today, converting the 80,000-square-foot complex to 100 percent solar power.

Solar panels at the West Hawaii Civic Center

Solar panels at the West Hawaii Civic Center

The project, owned by SunRun, Inc., will sell energy to the County of Hawai‘i under a long-term Power Purchase Agreement (“PPA“) at half the current electricity rates. During hours when the project produces more than the needs of the WHCC, excess power will be sold to HELCO under the first “Feed-In Tariff” agreement on the Island of Hawai‘i.

The mayor lauded the project as an example of the County’s commitment to clean, renewable energy. “This PV system harnesses the power from the sun, saves county government $46,000 a year and creates more stability in the price of electricity,” said Kenoi. “And we sell any excess energy back to HELCO.”

“We congratulate the County of Hawai‘i as the first to take advantage of our new feed-in tariff. The leaders of our County are doing a great job of leading by example to move Hawai‘i Island to energy independence,” said Jay Ignacio, HELCO president.

More Here: Mayor Kenoi launches solar powered Green Government initiative

Results From the 2010 Keaau Lighted Christmas Parade

The 7th Annual Kea’au Lighted Christmas Parade happened tonight in Kea’au on the Big Island.  More then 50 entrants participated in this years events.

I was fortunate enough to be asked to be one of five judges this year.  The other judges were Bill Crawford, Hawaii Tribune Herald; Carol Hunter, Wiki-Wiki Mart;  Loreen Hough, Oceanic Time Warner; Tom English; W.H. Shipman, and Chris Missick – Alternate Judge, Wiki-Wiki Mart.

This year’s Grand Marshals was former Keaau principals Ann Paulino of Keaau High School and Jamil Ahmadia from Keaau Middle School.   The Master of Ceremonies was J.E. Orosco, of K-Big Radio, FM-98, Pacific Radio Group.

Points were given for theme, originality, attractiveness, and most spirited.

RESULTS:

March Unit

1st – Paradise Roller Girls

2nd – Puna Panthers Pop Warner Football and Fred Blas Action Team

Marching Band

1st – Kamehameha School

2nd – Keaau Middle and High Schools

Big Rigs

1st – Island Wide Trucking

2nd – Helco

Large Float

1st – New Hope Fellowship – East Hawaii

2nd – R. Kobayashi Trucking

Medium Float

1st – ET Ohana

2nd – Paradise Park Baptist Church

Small Float

1st – Keiki Express

2nd – Keaau Post Office

Horse Mounted Unit [Damon edit – I’m not sure where the horses were though :roll:  they had a good float and the judges sheets only listed them as a mounted unit]

1st – Hawaii Horse Association

Wreath Contest Winners

Best of Parade Theme – Ma’s Kitchen

Best Workmanship – Shaka Chic

Best Materials – Hokulani’s

Committee members working on the project for the past five month include, Adella Walter, Arline Macanas, Barbara Riley, Bill Walter, Carl Okuyama, Cheryl Kiefer, Dee Joaquin, Jamil Ahmadia, Jeanine Acia, Kathy Weller, Ken Watanabe, Larry Kiefer, Lily Chan-Harris, Oliver English, Puamana Paikai, Randy Akao, Ron Jarvis, Sally De Ryke, Scott Amaral, Tammy Kagawa, Trina Nahm-Mijo, Val Summers, Valerie Ferrari, and Wendy Davis.

Contributing business sponsors included Ace, Alibi Tavern, Inc., Big Island Toyota, Bueno Burrito, Duke’s Shave Ice, Eddie’s Plumbing, Inc., Foodland, GW Construction, HFS Federal Credit Union, HPM, Kea`au Filipino Food Store, Kea`au Natural Foods, Inc., KTA, Lemongrass Restaurant, McDonald’s, Orchid Properties, Pacific Floral Exchange, Inc., Paradise Beverage, Puna Rock Co., Ltd., Watumull Properties, Wiki-Wiki Mart and W.H. Shipman

Looks Like Ripping Off the Taxpayers is Fairly Easy to Do on This Island… Half Million on Videotaping… Where is the Footage?

I’ve been complaining for a long time about why aren’t the county council meetings being streamed live on the internet.  About a week or so… a few creative minds proved that it can be done for free very easily.

I previously blogged about the company “Out of the Sea Media” receiving a very large contract to do the Hawaii County Council Meetings.

Out of the Sea Media Arts has a large contract with the county council to videotape and then return a copy of the tape to the county in a DVD format.  To do this… it doesn’t take much money at all… but what I found interesting… is all the other nice lucrative projects this same company has landed in the last two years…

…Goodenow said the county’s contract with Out of the Sea Media Arts, a private video production company, totaled $131,000 for each of the past two fiscal years. He said $140,000 had been earmarked for videos of this year’s meetings

Well I just noticed that this same company landed a few other LARGE Contracts by the county and  with a quick scan of things… they appear to be doing quite a few easy projects that wouldn’t cost much to do.

Here is a few of the Professional Services awarded to the following company during the last couple of years:

This video work is very easy to do and our county is paying a ridiculous price to this company for these services…

11/8/07 Recycle Hawaii; Out of the Sea Media Arts; Gershman, Brickner & Bratton $170,000.00

10/29/08 Recycle Hawaii; Out of the Sea Media Arts; Gershman, Brickner & Bratton $36,000.00

1/22/09 Recycle Hawaii; Out of the Sea Media Arts; Gershman, Brickner & Bratton Inc. $171,035.00

7/1/09 Out of the Sea Media Arts, Inc.; Recycle Hawaii; Gershman, Brickner & Bratton Inc. $131,450.00

http://www.co.hawaii.hi.us/purchasing/prof_services_awarded.htm

I’ll be straight up… this is very easy work… and I’m very jealous I can’t land these 6 figure contracts on a regular basis for doing very simple work.

2009 Koa Anvil Awards Announced for Best in Public Relations

Media Release:

The Hawaii chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA Hawaii) honored the best in public relations at its 26th annual PRSA Hawaii Koa Anvil Awards reception and dinner last night at the Sheraton Waikiki. From nearly 120 entries, a record 61 Koa Anvil and Hammer awards were presented to recognize excellence in both public relations programs and tactics, respectively.

“The Koa Anvil awards stand for the work of many savvy professionals in the public relations industry who often work behind the scenes on behalf of their clients and employers” said Kristen Bonilla, APR, PRSA Hawaii president. “This annual awards ceremony allows these deserving professionals to emerge from the shadows and take a bow. We congratulate all of our winners and thank them for inspiring their colleagues to continue to raise the bar in strategic thinking, creativity and resourcefulness.”

Pang Communications took home the organization’s top award, winning the Best in Show for its “Graham Builders/Multi-Generational Home and Aging-in Place Specialists” campaign executed on behalf of Graham Builders. The coveted “Best of Show” award is given to the highest scoring Koa Anvil entry. Pang Communications received a total of three awards and this was the company’s first “Best of Show” award.

McNeil Wilson Communications topped last night’s awards ceremony winning 13 accolades in total, while Bennet Group Strategic Communications received 10 awards. Other multiple award winners were: Becker Communications, Inc. (four awards); Castle Medical Center, Current Events, Maui Communicators Public Relations, Stryker, Weiner, & Yokota Public Relations, and The Limtiaco Company (three awards each); and Communications Pacific, Olomana Marketing, and Schweitzer Consulting, who each won two awards.

Four individuals were also honored by the chapter in celebration of their contributions to the industry and PRSA Hawaii.

Nancy Daniels, APR, Director of Public Relations for Hawaii-based Outrigger Enterprises Group, received the Gregg W. Perry Public Relations Professional of the Year award. The award honors an exemplary practitioner, who during a distinguished career, has made a major contribution to the profession and has applied public relations techniques in a professional manner to achieve meaningful objectives. An active member in the hospitality industry and the community, Daniels is a long-time member of the Public Relations Society of America, serving as a board member of the Hawaii chapter for the past eight years, Hawaii chapter president in 2006, and PRSA Western District representative for the past two years.

Michael Ni, Account Executive at McNeil Wilson Communications, was honored with the 2009 Hokupa‘a Award, also known as the Young PR Professional of the Year award, which is presented to an outstanding practitioner with less than five years of experience. Ni currently serves as the chapter’s Treasurer and also headed the Koa Anvil Awards committee for two years.

Ruth Ann Becker, President of Becker Communications, Inc., received the distinguished President’s Leadership Award in recognition of her significant contributions to the success of the chapter and the profession. In addition to her many outstanding professional accomplishments, Becker is being honored for her generous support of her staff’s involvement in PRSA and her mentorship of Hawaii’s talented local PRSSA students.

Lou Torraca, APR, was bestowed with PRSA Hawaii’s highest recognition – the Hall of Honor Award. This award recognizes those with distinguished and exemplary careers in public relations who have used the profession to help create understanding between the community and organizations or companies they represented. A retired Air Force Colonel, Torraca’s distinguished 40+-year career in public relations included positions with the U.S. Pacific Command, Bishop Museum and the Department of Education. He has also held adjunct faculty positions at Chaminade University, Hawaii Pacific University and the University of Hawaii. Torraca served on the chapter’s Board of Directors for many years, most notably as president in 1995.

The PRSA Hawaii/Roy Leffingwell Scholarship was awarded to Callie Fisher of Honolulu, a junior at Boston University, and Amber Marques of Kapaau, Big Island, a junior at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Each will receive $1,000 to put toward their public relations studies. PRSA Hawaii was responsible for raising all scholarship monies.

2009 Koa Anvil Winners:

Entry: Graham Builders/Multi-Generation Home and Aging-in Place Specialists
Company: Pang Communications
Category: Marketing Consumer Services
Subcategory: Other

Entry: Ala Moana Center Celebrates Shop a Le‘a and Grand Opening of New Nordstrom Wing
Company: Bennet Group Strategic Communications
Category: Community Relations
Subcategory: Business – Products

Entry: Ala Moana Center Celebrates Shop a Le‘a and Grand Opening of New Nordstrom Wing
Company: Bennet Group Strategic Communications
Category: Events and Observances (Seven Days or Fewer)
Subcategory: Business – Products

Entry: Hawaii Superferry 125,000th Passenger Promotion
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Events and Observances (Seven Days or Fewer)
Subcategory: Business – Services

Entry: 10th Annual Lantern Floating Hawai‘i Ceremony
Company: Stryker Weiner & Yokota Public Relations, Inc.
Category: Events and Observances (Seven Days or Fewer)
Subcategory: Associations/Non-profit Organizations

Entry: Mauna Kea Beach Hotel Reopening
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Events and Observances (More than 7 days)
Subcategory: Travel and Tourism/Hospitality

Entry: Ignition Interlock Becomes Law in Hawaii
Company: Bennet Group Strategic Communications
Category: Public Service
Subcategory: Associations/Non-profit Organizations

Entry: Ignition Interlock Becomes Law in Hawaii
Company: Bennet Group Strategic Communications
Category: Public Affairs
Subcategory: Associations/Non-profit Organizations

Entry: Mabuhay Manila! – Hawaiian Airlines Launches Honolulu – Manila Flights
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Marketing Consumer Services
Subcategory: Travel and Tourism/Hospitality

Entry: Hawai‘i’s Return on Vacation Campaign
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Crisis Communications
Subcategory: Travel and Tourism/Hospitality

Koa Anvil Awards of Excellence

Entry: Rebranding Royal Hawaiian Center
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Reputation/Brand Management
Subcategory: Travel and Tourism/Hospitality

Entry: Aloha Medical Mission 25th Silver Anniversary Gala
Company: Olomana Marketing LLC
Category: Events and Observances (Seven Days or Fewer)
Subcategory: Associations/Non-profit Organizations

Entry: Aloha Festivals – Preserving An Island Tradition
Company: Communications Pacific
Category: Events and Observances (More than 7 days)
Subcategory: Associations/Non-profit Organizations

Entry: UH Bone Marrow Drive
Company: University of Hawaii PRSSA
Category: Public Service
Subcategory: Associations/Non-profit Organizations

Entry: “The Power of Effective Public Relations: Winning the Fight for a West Maui Hospital”
Company: Maui Communicators Public Relations
Category: Public Affairs
Subcategory: Business

Entry: Kraft Foods in Hawaii – Shop & Score 2008
Company: Becker Communications
Category: Marketing Consumer Products
Subcategory: Packaged Goods

Entry: Kona Village “Green for Decades” Campaign
Company: Current Events (?)
Category: Marketing Consumer Services
Subcategory: Travel and Tourism/Hospitality

Entry: King Lunalilo Home
Company: The Limtiaco Company
Category: Marketing Consumer Services
Subcategory: Healthcare

Entry: Introduction of Better Place Hawaii
Company: Communications Pacific
Category: Marketing Consumer Services
Subcategory: Other

Entry: Navigating a Voluntary Recall
Company: Schweitzer Consulting, LLC
Category: Crisis Communications
Subcategory: Business

Koa Hammer Winners

Entry: Hawaiian Host Christmas Medley with Raiatea Helm
Company: Bright Light Marketing
Category: Media Relations – Consumer Products
Subcategory: Packaged Goods

Entry: bebe Loves Hawaii at Royal Hawaiian Center
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Media Relations – Consumer Products
Subcategory: Other

Entry: ‘Iolani Palace Awareness Campaign
Company: The Limtiaco Company
Category: Media Relations – Associations/Non-profit Organizations

Entry: “Affordable Kaua‘i” News Release
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Media Relations – Travel and Tourism/Hospitality

Entry: “Culinary Rehab”
Company: University of Hawaii
Category: Feature Stories

Entry: Opinion Editorial: “Evolving Waikiki Stays Popular and Competitive”
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Editorials/Op-Ed Columns

Entry: Huaka‘i ‘Aina Ho‘oilina: Exploring the Lands that Sustain Us
Company: Kamehameha Schools
Category: External Video Programs

Entry: Hawaii Theatre 2008-2009: A Season for All to Enjoy
Company: Mele Pochereva Public Relations
Category: Brochures
Subcategory: 10 Pages or More

Entry: “Fit to Fight: Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard 1908-2008 The Story of “the Yard” and the Men and Women Who Made Her Great”
Company: Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard
Category: Publications
Subcategory: Books

Entry: Olelo Community Television Report to the Community
Company: Olomana Marketing LLC
Category: Annual Reports
Subcategory: Non-profit Organizations

Entry: Kona Village Repeat Guest Postcard Campaign
Company: Current Events (?)
Category: Direct Mail/Direct Response

Koa Hammer Awards of Excellence

Entry: Club Monaco’s Hawai‘i Debut
Company: Bennet Group Strategic Communications
Category: Media Relations – Consumer Products
Subcategory: Non-Packaged Goods

Entry: Whole Foods Market Offers Sneak Peek of First Hawai‘i Store
Company: Bennet Group Strategic Communications
Category: Media Relations – Consumer Products
Subcategory: Non-Packaged Goods

Entry: Hawaiian Waters Adventure Park New Year’s Eve
Company: Harris Agency
Category: Media Relations – Consumer Products
Subcategory: Other

Entry: Ala Moana Center’s 17th Annual Fourth of July Fireworks
Company: Stryker Weiner & Yokota Public Relations, Inc.
Category: Media Relations – Consumer Products
Subcategory: Other

Entry: Puna Geothermal Venture 15th Anniversary Celebration
Company: Hastings & Pleadwell: A Communication Company
Category: Media Relations – Consumer Services
Subcategory: Technology

Entry: Philip K White & Associates 40 S. School St. Offices Demonstrate Commitment to Building and Living Green
Company: Bennet Group Strategic Communications
Category: Media Relations – Consumer Services
Subcategory: Other

Entry: Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties 10-Day Sales Event
Company: Pang Communications
Category: Media Relations – Consumer Services
Subcategory: Other

Entry: The Power of Effective Media Relations: Winning the Fight for West Maui Hospital
Company: Maui Communicators Public Relations
Category: Media Relations – Associations/Non-profit Organizations

Entry: Polynesian Cultural Center’s Iosepa: Voyage of Discovery
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Media Relations – Associations/Non-profit Organizations

Entry: Tornado Grand Opening
Company: Becker Communications
Category: Media Relations – Travel and Tourism/Hospitality

Entry: News Releases Regarding ATA & Aloha Airlines Shutdowns
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Media Relations – Travel and Tourism/Hospitality

Entry: Op-Ed: Health research a sure way to better Isle lives, economy
Company: Becker Communications
Category: Editorials/Op-Ed Columns

Entry: New $70 million plan will deliver more than a hospital to West Maui
Company: Maui Communicators Public Relations
Category: Editorials/Op-Ed Columns

Entry: OutriggerHawaii.com (External Website)
Company: Outrigger Enterprises Group
Category: Websites
Subcategory: External

Entry: Promoting Loyalty – One Photo at a Time
Company: Schweitzer Consulting, LLC
Category: Word-of-Mouth
Subcategory: General Word-of-Mouth Marketing Program

Entry: Maryknoll School – Clarence T.C. Ching Foundation Press Conference
Company: Becker Communications
Category: Press Conferences

Entry: Hilton Grand Vacations’ Grand Waikikian Soft Opening
Company: Stryker Weiner & Yokota Public Relations, Inc.
Category: Press Conferences

Entry: Club Monaco’s Hawai‘i Debut
Company: Bennet Group Strategic Communications
Category: Press Kits/Media Kits
Subcategory: Products

Entry: Project DVD of the Honolulu High-Capacity Transit Corridor Project’s Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Section 4(f) Evaluation
Company: Rapid Transit Division City and County of Honolulu
Category: External Video Programs

Entry: Verizon Wireless’ Commitment to the Community
Company: Bennet Group Strategic Communications
Category: External Video Programs

Entry: “Reflections: The Ritz-Carlton at Kauai Lagoons” Newsletter
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Newsletters
Subcategory: External Audiences Primarily

Entry: Ha‘i ‘Olelo Ma Ka‘upulehu – Storytelling at Ka‘upulehu
Company: Current Events (?)
Category: Brochures
Subcategory: Fewer Than 10 Pages

Entry: Battleship Missouri Special Events Brochure
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Brochures
Subcategory: Fewer Than 10 Pages

Entry: Ku I ka Mahalo
Company: Castle Medical Center
Category: Publications
Subcategory: Other

Entry: Annual Quality Report
Company: Castle Medical Center
Category: Annual Report
Subcategory: Non-profit Organizations

Entry: Chip In for Castle Golf Tournament
Company: Castle Medical Center
Category: Direct Mail/Direct Response

Entry: Distinguished Citizen Award Dinner invitation and program
Company: Pang Communications
Category: Direct Mail/Direct Response

Entry: Hawaii Superferry Serves Building Trade Industry
Company: McNeil Wilson Communications
Category: Advertorials

Entry: Hawai‘i Convention Center Advertorial
Company: The Limtiaco Company
Category: Advertorials