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WAIKIKI (HawaiiNewsNow) -
By: Melanie Yamaguchi
Winners were announced for Hawaii's Better Business Bureau 2013
Torch Awards held Thursday at the Sheraton Waikiki.
"The awards ceremony is really recognizing those good
businesses here in Hawaii," said Timothy Caminos, director of
communications and public relations for Hawaii's Better Business Bureau.
"Those that are not only meeting our BBB standards but really exceeding
them in their own rights, so it's really about the celebration of those
Top honors were given to small, medium and large businesses as
well as a charitable group and local entrepreneur. To win, each needed to
demonstrate the highest set of ethics and integrity in their categories.
The winners include:
Small Business: Pop-A-Lock
(nominees: Global Village, Kama'aina Metals and Jewelry,
Medium Business: HiEmployment
(nominees: Element Media Inc., HiEmployment, Staffing Solutions of