Every July, we have the honor of hosting Bud Andress and his Hawaii Travel Academy. In Colorado, we are privileged with beautiful mountains and a change of season; however, a daily experience of the ocean and all-important Hawaiian culture escapes … Read More.
Monthly Archives: July 2000
Outrigger Hotels & Resorts would like to recognize the following employees who celebrated benchmark years of service in the 2nd Quarter of 2000. Congratulations and Happy Anniversary!45 Years of ServiceMildred Courtney – Military LiaisonMildred began her career with Outrigger 45 … Read More.
On Monday, July 25th, Senator Tony Lamorena, Chairman of Tourism and Transportation in the 25th Guam Legislature, recognized the Famila (family) of the Outrigger Guam Resort for their outstanding support and contribution to the tourism industry of Guam. On behalf … Read More.
In a perfect world, every product or service would be of top quality and available quickly, conveniently and at an economical cost. In simple words, customers would find it good, quick and cheap. Most successful businesses know they cannot deliver … Read More.
I am happy to announce the promotion of Evangelina Talaro from Chef de Patissier to Executive Pastry Chef. Evangelina has promoted the Outrigger Waikoloa Beach with her outstanding creations in the Hawaii Calls Restaurant, as well as at outside functions … Read More.
I join Human Resouces in announcing that Nina Capllonch (Capi’one) has joined the Outrigger ‘ohana as Front Office Manager at the Outrigger Reef. Nina joins the Outrigger Reef’s seasoned Front Office team as we move forward in enhancing the total … Read More.
Outrigger’s ongoing expansion to resort areas in Australia took another significant step forward on July 11, as Mooloolaba Mayor Alison Kerr-Jones presided over opening ceremonies for the Outrigger Mooloolaba International Beach Resort (AMI). Also attending the ceremony were members of … Read More.
Recently, the Honolulu Star-Bulletin published an article that chastised Hawaii’s four Mayors for traveling out of state last year to attend conferences, give speeches and promote Hawaii. Although the article raised important issues concerning potential conflicts of interest and questioned … Read More.