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King Kamehameha Day

Better Business Bureau is fortunate to serve a region steered by strong cultural influences. Businesses we accredit reflect communities with unique histories and traditions, and those backgrounds ultimately define the overall spirit of BBB. We are proud to share stories that educate and emphasize who we represent. The following is an article written by our friends at Kamehameha Schools that we were granted permission to republish to help spread awareness of the history and evolution of Kamehameha Day.  Each June, Hawai‘i pays tribute to Kamehameha School's namesake, the fearless leader who unified the Hawaiian islands. The first observance of Kamehameha Day took place on June 11, 1872. Lot Kapuāiwa (Kamehameha V) instituted the holiday, which is meant to be a day to honor his grandfather, Kamehameha I.

Hawaii Locals Should Seek Trustworthy Help as Flooding Continues

If your home or business experienced damage as a result of these week’s flooding, it’s important to connect with repair services you can trust.

Facing a Crossroad: COVID-19 and Racial Injustice

Facing a Crossroad: COVID-19 and Racial Injustice

Building Trust in Trying Times: Whiskey Maker Gives Thousands a Better Shot During Pandemic

Building Trust in Trying Times: Whiskey Maker Gives Thousands a Better Shot During Pandemic

The Culture of Hawaii - Sheraton Waikiki

The Culture of Hawaii - Sheraton Waikiki

Show Me the Money: Setting Your Company Up for Success

Show Me the Money: Setting Your Company Up for Success

Depreciation, What You Should Know

Depreciation, What You Should Know

Spirit of Aloha: Watanabe Floral

Spirit of Aloha: Watanabe Floral

Financial Statements: Can't Live Without Them

Financial Statements: Can't Live Without Them

Coronavirus Latest & What You Should Know

Coronavirus Latest & What You Should Know

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