These Awards honor those that are committed to marketplace trust, performance and integrity,” said Gregory D. Dunn, President and CEO of Hawaii’s BBB. “All of our finalist and recipients have demonstrated that upholding BBB’s business standards is a hallmark of successful companies and organizations.”
A BBB Torch Award is achieved after completing an arduous entry, followed by an independent judging process that identify businesses that best demonstrate marketplace excellence.
The 2014 recipients are::
John Dean, President and CEO of Central Pacific Bank received the BBB Keauhou award. The award celebrates those that have made significant contributions towards innovation and entrepreneurship through leadership, new products or new services in Hawaii.
Established in 1945, Hawaii’s Better Business Bureau® (BBB) is the local authority on trust in the marketplace. Only businesses and charities that meet and adhere to BBB standards can receive BBB accreditation. Through the support of over 2,650 local accredited businesses, BBB is able to offer free services to the community including BBB Business and Charity Reviews and educational resources on topics affecting marketplace trust. BBB also offers fair and timely dispute resolution programs for consumers and businesses. Resources are available online at www.bbb.org.