Argosy University Hawaii

Kim Perez Hults, Outreach Representative

1001 Bishop Street, Suite 400, Honolulu, HI 96813

(808) 536-5555

AU_Logo_H2C_WhiteBackground_11 5x3Argosy University Hawai`i is a professional institution serving over 750 students throughout Hawai`i and the Pacific, specializing in such fields as psychology, marriage and family therapy, human services, business administration, leadership, and education. AU provides a quality education primarily to non-traditional students, many of whom are working professionals, studying at the bachelor, master, and doctorate level.  Classes are offered in a variety of formats, including evening, weekend, and online offerings.

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Argosy University is proud to hold Chamber membership and support the business and professional community of Hawaii.

To recognize all member institutions and their employees, Argosy University is extending a new $2,000.00 tuition scholarship to any employee of a Chamber-affiliated business wishing to enroll in a new degree program with Argosy University Hawaii.argosy

Please contact Kim at 791-5249 or email to learn more about their programs and this wonderful scholarship opportunity.

 Hilton Guam Resort & Spa

Sheila Baker Shedd, Director of Sales

202 Hilton Road, Tumon Bay, Guam 96913

671.646.1835, ext. 5508 I I  

2014 HILTON GUAM LOGO - JPEG BLUEHilton Guam Resort & Spa is located on 32 acres of prime beachfront property. A total of 646 guestrooms and suites and six restaurants and lounges comprise the three building resort property.

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Newly renovated Main Tower rooms offer breathtaking views of Tumon Bay or color garden views. The Premier Tower, the hotels tallest building, features an Executive Lounge and Executive Floors offering a relaxed and refined atmosphere for business travelers. The award winning Tasi Club, a hotel within a hotel, features a personalized front counter and atrium lounge. Tasi Club guests are treated with daily breakfast and nightly cocktails in the Tasi lounge. The hotel offers in-room high speed internet access, premium amenities, a business center and wellness center plus a full array of activities.

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Hilton Guam offers an array of dining options from our Islander Terrace, serving the best buffets on the island, to Fisherman’s Cove perfect for seafood lovers. For a more elegant evening, Roy’s restaurant and Lounge features specialty Hawaiian Fusion dishes. Live cultural entertainment can be enjoyed during the Tropics BBQ dinner show with an all-you-can-eat barbeque buffet. During the day, sip on cocktails at the Tree Bar while soaking up the sun or stop by Caffe Cino, open 24 hours, for a quick meal on the go. The Hilton Guam Resort & Spa offers a complete resort experience.

 Meadow Gold Dairies Hawai‘i

Glenn K. Muranaka, President and General Manager

P.O. Box 1880, Honolulu, HI 96805

(808) 949-6161

Meadow GoldThe idea was simple: Collaborate to strengthen our ability to meet the community’s evolving needs. In June 1897 seven O‘ahu dairy farms teamed up to offer their milk under one name, the Dairymen’s Association, Limited. From humble beginnings, Meadow Gold Dairies Hawai‘i continues the traditions of innovation, collaboration, and evolution to meet Hawai‘i’s dynamic needs. We operate on Kaua‘i, O‘ahu, Maui, and Hawai‘i Island, with manufacturing facilities in Honolulu and Hilo.

Among our dairy, cultured, beverage, and frozen products, we proudly manufacture products reflecting Hawai‘i’s unique tastes, like POG and Mango Orange Nectars, and low fat yogurts like Haupia and Papaya. Our collaboration with Mountain Thunder Coffee Plantation celebrates Hawai‘i agriculture with the Meadow Gold Premium 100% Kona Coffee Ice Cream.

Our strong community commitment and longstanding partnerships with statewide and local organizations such as AYSO, American Red Cross, Children’s Discovery Center, Honolulu Zoological Society, Hawai‘i Island Food Basket, and Kaua‘i Veterans Memorial Hospital, provide us with opportunities to actively support the communities we serve.

Since 1951 we value our Chamber of Commerce membership as a means to learn about other organizations, issues critical to Hawai‘i’s economy, elevating the talent of our team members, and collaborative opportunities with like-minded organizations.

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