2019 First Hawaiian International Auto Show
New cars, trucks and SUVs filled the Hawaii Convention Center for the 2019 First Hawaiian International Auto Show on Friday, March 29 through Sunday, March 31, 2019.
2019 Hawaii State Teacher of the Year receives use of a new Nissan Leaf compliments of the Nissan Dealers of Hawaii
Mathieu Williams, the technology and digital media teacher at Kealakehe Intermediate School on the island of Hawaii was presented the ceremonial key to a new Nissan Leaf to drive for a year as the newly named 2019 Hawaii State Teacher of the Year. John Uekawa, president of New City Nissan, presented the key on behalf of the Nissan Dealers of Hawaii, who donated the vehicle this year. Also shown are (L-R) Tom Miyazaki, Senior Fixed Operations Manager for Nissan North America, Oz Wroe, Senior Financial Services Manager with Nissan North America, Hawaii Governor David Ige, Hawaii’s First Lady, Dawn Amano-Ige, and Hawaii State Superintendent of Schools Christina Kishimoto.
Dealer Day at the State Capitol
Dealers and senior management from dealerships from across the state joined legislators at the State Capitol, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019 to enjoy a plate lunch and discuss issues related to the future of the Hawaii auto industry.