By Carta Coffee Merchants
Former California winemaker and industry expert, Scott Burr founded Carta Coffee Merchants with the intention of bringing farm direct, sustainably-produced, 100% Kona coffee (pure Kona beans without the addition of beans from outside the region) to more..
By On Running
Caroline Steffen (SUI), Frederik van Lierde (BEL) and Mary Beth Ellis (USA) will compete at the Ironman-World championships with the performance running shoe from the young Swiss brand On.
By Paradise Helicopters
Experience the amazing sights of Kona through helicopter tours by Paradise Helicopters. Paradise Helicopters offers helicopter tours in Hawaii.
By Auto Credit Financial
CEO Mark Hergert announced they have relocated their corporate headquarters to the Big Island of Hawaii. Mr. Hergert said the new location in Kailua-Kona will be a dream come true as a former resident of the Big Island for over 15 years.
ironguides is introducing THE METHOD BIKE FIT, a comprehensive bike-fit philosophy created to help triathletes ride faster, longer and in greater comfort, while reducing the chance of injury.
RockTape, a leader in Endurance Sports Medicine products, today announced a strategic sponsorship agreement with Julie Dibens, Ironman 70.3 World Champion, three-time Xterra World Champion and superstar of the triathlon world.
By Hawaii Information Service
After serving seven years as Controller and Chief Operating Officer, Richard Eshelman signs a two-year contract to lead Hawaii Information Service as CEO.
The KONA Group's Managing Director, Glenn Dobson, has recently appointed former Procter & Gamble senior executive, Louise Rogers, as General Manager of the the group.
By To Find Health
To Find Health's initial interview in a series with Hawaii State Senator Josh Green MD.
By Katie Quinn
In response to last week's announcement that tanning beds are as lethal as arsenic, Kona Tanning Company launches their Gradual Tanner; a luxurious moisturizer with the KTC formula built right in.
By Golden Phoenix Enterprises, LLC
Eleven CLTC members enjoyed 7 days learning about the history, culture, harvest, manufacture and future of cacao and chocolate. It was a hands-on opportunity to prepare chocolate from the bean to the bar and to see a good deal of southern Belize.