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Pacific Business News Recognizes HRI as Among Most Influential


September 25, 2013 Edition

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The Pacific Business News, the source for local business news and events in Hawaii, has recognized Hawaii Reserves, Inc., as one of the 25 most influential businesses in the state.


As part of its 50th anniversary this year, PBN is recognizing 50 of the most influential businesses and business people of the last half century. HRI has been named by the local business magazine as one of the 25 most influential businesses.


Other organizations being recognized include HMSA, Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate, Bank of Hawaii, Young Brothers, Zippy's and The Queen's Medical Center.


HRI Honored to be Recognized by PBN


"We're very humbled by this recognition that reflects well on our parent organization, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and the Laie community" said R. Eric Beaver, president of HRI. "I'm personally grateful for our current team as well as the many fine employees and leaders who have come before us."


Coincidentally, HRI is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month.


"Although HRI was formed in 1993, our predecessors have been closely connected to Laie and Ko'olauloa since 1865," noted Beaver. "We appreciate the wonderful communities we live and work in, and recognize our affiliates BYU-Hawaii, the Polynesian Cultural Center, and the Laie Community Association. We look forward to working with them and the larger community to achieve a shared vision of opportunity and a thriving, vibrant Laie."


We congratulate Hawaii Reserves, and the community of Laie, on this special honor.




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     Envision Lā'ie represents a diverse group of residents and stakeholders of Ko'olau Loa working together to study Lā'ie and plan for its future possibilities, a future that protects quality of life and emphasizes the values of the people who live in the Ko'olau Loa region.
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