Face to Face: Business leaders give back to Hawaii communities: Slideshow
Right: Central Pacific Bank Senior Vice President and Metro Honolulu Region Manager Bob Yee, center, Liana McComie, immediate left, and Kai Pang, right, spread out rubberized fill as part of the new artificial turf being installed at The Salvation Army's Diamond Head Campus on 22nd Avenue in Kaimuki.
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#1 Feb 4, 2013
Why should they give back they get ripped off from the regime they can hardly stay afloat. Heavily taxed, heavily regulated...its amazing they can stay in business.
Since: May 11
#2 Feb 4, 2013
No business does something for nothing in this town. Look for some land deal to be announced, some families being forced off their land for an apartment ghetto or golf course, some green area or farmland to be paved over, some promise of non-existent jobs for locals, it never changes. Just follow the campaign contributions and you'll find it. Screw the people!
#3 Feb 4, 2013
Oh how i love your choice of words and your constant negativity makes my loins tingle you must join our secret organization. Withi a year you might become one of our head mahus.
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