The American Red Cross of Hawaii welcomes new officers and members to its Board of Directors. The following individuals were newly elected and began their service with the Board beginning July 1, 2022: Jon Mauer: President & CEO of Island Energy Services, will continue serving as Chair Randy Diamond: Area Manager Director, Highgate Hotels Len
During the month of November at all participating Texaco stations in Hawai‘i, a portion of the purchase of any 20 oz Coca-Cola product will be donated to American Cancer Society’s Coaches vs. Cancer fundraiser, and Island Energy (the local people behind Texaco) and Coca Cola will donate $1 – up to $10,000. 100% of the
The 1,192-square-foot final piece closed Friday for $3.5 million to a buyer out of the Dallas area. Subscription required to view story. (View article).
Island Energy Services CEO Jon Mauer was recently interviewed by Rusty Komori of ThinkTech Hawaii. In the interview, Mauer discusses the important role Island Energy plays to safely and reliably meet the energy needs of the State of Hawaii, how Island Energy’s company values drive decision making and engagement with our business partners and communities
The American Red Cross of Hawaiʻi announced its newly elected members and officers to its Board of Directors. Their service began July 1, 2021. (Click here to view story)
Home fires claim lives every single day and we can all do our part to help change that. The Red Cross and Island Energy are sounding the alarm to help educate our community and keep our families safe. (view video)
Island Energy Services CEO Jon Mauer chats with HI Now’s Kainoa Carlson about how Island Energy is providing safe, reliable, quality fueling options to meet Hawaii’s energy needs now and into the future (watch)
Island Energy Services, LLC donated $40,000 to the American Red Cross Pacific Islands Region as part of its ongoing support of the organization’s humanitarian mission “to prevent and respond to life-threatening situations and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies.” Click here to view story.
Hawaii High School Athletic Association executive director Chris Chun was ready to claw for money if he had to. At least one local company is making that scenario less likely. Island Energy Services — the exclusive licensee of the Texaco brand in Hawaii — will continue to support the HHSAA monetarily. Click here to view
The nonprofit Hawaii High School Athletic Association is poised to lose hundreds of thousands of dollars because of missed sponsorship opportunities for canceled state championship events. Click here to view story.