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Home Buyers of Hawaii can provide the assistance you need. We assist homeowners on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and The Big Island of Hawaii with just about any foreclosure related service you can think of.
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You have limited time to avoid foreclosure, we can put an end to the harassing phone calls. You may report any suspicious activity regarding your home to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) by visiting https://www.ftc.gov or by contacting your local Attorney General Office at http://ag.hawaii.gov
The largest Memorial Day observance in the United States happens on the beach in Honolulu, Hawaii with the Lantern Floating Hawaii 2015 ceremony, presented by Shinnyo-en, an international Buddhist community with Japanese roots, and the locally based Nā Lei Aloha Foundation. The ceremony takes place on Memorial Day, May 25, 2015. It is non-denominational and free to the public to attend. More than 50,000 participants will set afloat 6,000 candle-lit lanterns that bear remembrances and prayers to illuminate the shores of Honolulu’s Ala Moana Beach at sunset. Themed “Many Rivers, One Ocean,” the annual Lantern Floating Hawaii ceremony provides an opportunity for thoughts and prayers from around the globe to create a moment of collective remembrance, harmony and international friendship.
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7504051-lantern-floating-hawaii-ceremony/
TruTag Technologies, Inc., Honolulu-based innovator of an edible security platform to address the trillion dollar global counterfeit problem and the issue of food and medicine safety, has been named a 2014 Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/63075-trutag-technologies-2014-technology-pioneer-by-world-economic-forum
Based in Las Vegas, Carey Hart started his tattoo shop, Hart and Huntington on a whim. His shop's success quickly spread and A&E created a show about him and his tattoo shop called, Inked. Since then, Hart & Huntington has opened shop in Honolulu, Cabo San Lucas and Orlando.
Prior to starting Hart & Huntington, Hart was a professional motocross rider and gained his notoriety with the sport. Over the years, he broke over 63 bones in his body with his daredevil stunts and tricks. Hart also starred in the fifth season of The Surreal Life and performed stunts for XXX and Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. Visit MOLI.com to see more from Carey Hart.
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Cathay Che is a New York based travel writer who has blazed her way through about 50 countries (so far). She is also the author of the book, Deborah Harry: Platinum Blonde, the only authorized biography of the iconic Blondie frontwoman. She was a contributing editor at Time Out New York from 1995-2004, and is now a contributing editor at LEXUS magazine. She has been happily contributing her uncensored travel blog, TRAVEL JUNKIE: Addicted to a Taste of Strange, to MOLI.com for sixteen months. She has also written for concierge.com, DailyCandy.com, Brides, forbestraveler.com, Everyday With Rachel Ray, Budget Travel, Mens Journal, Details, Interview, InStyle, The New York Post travel section, The Honolulu Advertiser, men.style.com, and Glamour. As a performance artist, Che has appeared in New York at The Kitchen, PS 122, Dixon Place, WOW Cafe, Exit Art and The Public Theater. Her first media-related job was as the on-air movie reviewer for the cable TV show, Party Talk, from 1993-1996. Courtesy of cathayche on MOLI.com.
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