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Hawaiʻi Business Magazine – Hawaiʻi’s People Stay True

Brand loyalty is strong in the Islands, but give a customer a bad experience and they may never forget or forgive.  “From right here, I can see one, two, three, four, five banks outside my window,” says Dennis Christianson, partner/CEO of Anthology Marketing Group, from his downtown Honolulu office. “Why does somebody decide they’re going

Molokaʻi Dispatch – Rawlins Gas Changes to Texaco

The new year has brought a new look for Rawlins Service station, which transitioned from Chevron to Texaco branding at the end of 2017. The gas remains the same, and the only thing that’s changed is the appearance, color and logo, said the Rawlins family, who have owned the business for four generations. In 2016,

MidWeek Business Roundtable- Island Energy Surges Forth

It is with great pride and excitement that Island Energy Services celebrates its first anniversary as a premier energy supplier in Hawai’i. Island Energy is headquartered in Kapolei and locally manufactures transportation and utility fuels critical to the daily needs of the state, residents, and visitors. We operate a refinery, a retail network of 56

CSP Daily News – Island Energy Completes Sale-Leaseback Deal

HONOLULU — Island Energy Services LLC has completed the sale of the land and buildings at 11 gas stations on Oʻahu to Fergus & Co., a Honolulu-based real-estate investment company. The parties entered into a sale-leaseback transaction in which Fergus & Co. purchased the fee-simple interest in the land and buildings at the stations and

Kapolei Magazine – Island Energy Acquires Chevron

Fifty-eight years ago, Standard Oil Company, later known as Chevron U.S.A., broke ground for a refinery on 263 acres at Mālakole Street, and began production two years later.  The company would become the first official tenant of the James Campbell Industrial Park, when the estate of James Campbell created the park on surrounding lands and