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Posted on: Monday, February 5, 2001

Business notebook

Five more stores have opened at The Shops at Wailea: Wailea Jewelry, featuring Hawaiian heirloom jewelry; CY Maui/Manikin: a Maui-based women’s island clothing boutique; Elan Vital Galleries; Tommy Bahama’s Emporium and Tropical Cafe; and ABC Stores.

Sheraton Moana Surfrider has partnered with Hilo Hattie to design men’s aloha shirts and women’s pareos in conjunction with the resort’s upcoming 100-year anniversary celebration.

Paracom Inc. of Seattle has partnered with Thomas Cook at the Honolulu International Airport. Paracom has taken over management of the Business Center in the main terminal of the airport. Thomas Cook will have Paracom’s Qwest-branded prepaid long-distance phone cards available for purchase through their foreign currency exchange booths in Honolulu and Guam.

Chris Dacus has started CommerceInsight, a Hawaii company specializing in providing e-business solutions including web development, marketing, inventory, customer service and product fulfillment. 440 Seaside Ave. 921-0199.

Subway Sandwiches has opened a restaurant on Kupuohi Street in Waipahu near the Royal Kunia Wal-Mart store.

Fuel Masters has become an exclusive distributor for Technol Fuel Conditioners Inc.

Cyanotech Corp. has hired Media Relations Inc. to help build consumer awareness of Cyanotech’s BioAstin and Spirulina Pacifica nutritional supplements.

Godiva Chocolatier has opened a store at 2270 Kalakaua Ave. in Waikiki.

Six D Studios, a locally owned digital media company, has moved its headquarters to the Hawaii Kai Executive Plaza.

Bank of Hawaii has opened a branch in the Poipu Shopping Village on Kauai. The 640-square-foot branch is the bank’s sixth on Kauai.

Kamakura Corp., a Honolulu-based provider of risk information, processing and software, announced its fourth client in Korea, the 2,126-member Korean Federation of Community Credit Cooperatives in Seoul.

The Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau has launched its second year of its national campaign in Japan. "Aloha Magic," promoting tourism to the islands, will appear in several cities including Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka, Hokkaido, Sendai and Hiroshima.

The Maui Marriott Resort and Ocean Club has completed a yearlong $70 million renovation project that features combination hotel and vacation ownership units, as well as new public areas and dining options, renovated meeting rooms, and a 3.5-acre pool.

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