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Tiki Shark Art (left) and Rainbow Carp (right) When I started Kona Impact nearly 14 years ago, I had a few goals: I wanted to enjoy what I do, who I work with, and where I work. Life, I had figured out, was way too short to not find joy in everyday life. I didn’t...
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One new client of Kona Impact is Hawaii Mold and Flood. We were excited to work with them as they truly offer a range of services unsurpassed by their competitors. We all see the franchise mold remediation businesses around town, but few people know that they are extremely limited in what they do. Hawaii Mold...
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I just spent a few weeks traveling on the Mainland. I heard a lot of people say they wanted to move to “Hawaii.” Many think of Hawaii as one place. it’s not: there are several island, all with a different lifestyle, cost of living and job market. This blog focuses on real estate on Hawaii...
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Whether it’s fishing on a million dollar fishing boat or fishing from a kayak, Kona offers awesome fishing for all budgets and types of fish. One of the most anticipated fishing tournaments of the year is the Wee Guys Fishing Tournament in June. This is a unique tournament because it limits the entrants to boats...
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Earth Day 2015 at Kona ImpactWatch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download I have to admit that we are guilty of not always doing the right thing when it comes to the 3Rs: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. I think our experience can be informative for other businesses in Hawaii and perhaps even provide some...
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There are few places on earth that offer such abundant fitness opportunities as Kona, Hawaii. If you want to swim year round, we have a lot of ocean. Runners and cyclists can count on 320+ days of excellent running and cycling weather. (The other 45 or so are not bad either!). There are many golf...
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I saw this morning that 90% of Hawaii’s food is imported. That’s an amazing statistic for our islands. We are nearly completely dependent on air and sea transportation, as well as Mainland food growers and distributors for nearly everything we eat and drink. Even some things that we think are “Hawaiian” are not. Every bag...
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One of Kona Impact’s favorite non-profits is Habitat for Humanity West Hawaii. It’s an extremely well-run organization, and their impact on the community is immense. I encourage anyone who has an interest in Habitat to check out the national website or the local website. Their list of accomplishment is vast and their management of resources...
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At Kona Impact we love working with entrepreneurs. There is nothing more satisfying than helping entrepreneurs–young and old–with the tools they need to succeed. We love to see hard-working people succeed and grow their businesses. One person we’ve helped recently is Jon from J-A’s Auto Detailing. When he came to us he had already attempted...
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We certainly do not claim to be a “green company”, but we like to say that we seek to reduce our impact on the environment. Here’s what we do: 1. All green waste–coffee ground, filters, banana peels, apple cores, etc.–is composted and used in our gardens 2. Paper waste is shredded and used in our...
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