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On 28 October 2016 the Tony Group hosted its Biannual Blood Drive. We have been a part of Blood bank's Lifesaver Clubs for over 10 years donating over 900 pints of blood in that time! For more info about where you can donate please visit: www.bbh.org. 

Blood is a red liquid that carries oxygen and nutrients to all parts of the body, and carries carbon dioxide and other waste products back to the lungs, kidneys and liver for disposal. It fights against infection and helps heal wounds, so we can stay healthy.

There's no substitute for blood. If people lose blood from surgery or injury of their bodies can't produce enough blood, there is only one place to turn - volunteer blood donors. For more info about where you can donate please visit: www.bbhdonor.org


  












 
On October 13, 2014 Tony Group hosted its Biannual Blood Drive. "We can save lives." Make an appointment call 845-9966 or visit ww.bbh.org


The Tony Group Foundation along with Outback Steakhouse Waipio had a luncheon today (July 2, 2014) for the 2014 scholarship recipients at Outback Steakhouse. Scholarships were awarded to 11 public high school graduates from Central and Leeward Oahu, who will attend college in the Fall. Congrats to the recipients and Good Luck in School!


On June 11, 2014 Tony Group hosted its Biannual Blood Drive. We have been a part of Blood bank's Lifesaver Clubs for over 10 years donating over 900 pints of blood in that time! For more info about where you can donate please visit: www.bbh.org





Eric Floro was named Hawaii's "Cool Teacher" and was presented a check of $500 in school supplies by Hawai`i Hyundai Association Members, which include our very own General Sales Manager Andrew Lee.

"Mr. Floro is a cool teacher because he always helps me when I have problems to talk about," said Mikaela Rivera, a Washington Middle School eighth grader. "He is very understanding and trustworthy."

Congrats Mr. Floro for being a cool teacher!

Check out the story here: http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/25755698/washington-middle-school-teacher-wins-cool-teacher-contest



Jewelynn Kirkland was named Hawaii's "Cool Teacher" and was presented a check of $500 in school supplies by Hawai`i Hyundai Association President Stan Masamitsu and K5 The Home Team's Linda Fulton.


Tony Group Foundation

The Tony Group Foundation recently had a luncheon for the 2013 scholarship recipients at Outback Steakhouse on Wednesday, June 26, 2013. Scholarships were awarded to 11 public high school graduates from Central and Leeward Oahu, who will attend college in the Fall. The 2013 scholarship recipients include: Patricia Kim (Aiea High), Danicia Honda (Pearl City High), Kimberly Teehera (Waipahu High), Paige Silva (Cambell High), Shan Yonamine (Mililani High), David Dawson (Leilehua High), Danny Puni (Nanakuli High), Thomas Uyeda (Waianae High), Isaiah Amsol (Kapolei High), Keoki Bailey (Kahuku High).   



On March 25th, we had a surprise visit from Communities In School Hawaii Inc.(CIS), they brought us (Tony Group) wonderful handmade leis, a handmade banner, and best of all their enjoyable singing voices. Communities In School Hawaii Inc. mission is to "create environments where families and individuals live and practice ohana values of caring individuals and shared responsibilities," which results in thriving interdependent relationships. Tony Group is proud to contribute to Communities In School Hawaii Inc.!



On March 19, 2013 Tony Group started our annual blood drive!

Blood is a red liquid that carries oxygen and nutrients to all parts of the body, and carries carbon dioxide and other waste products back to the lungs, kidneys and liver for disposal. It fights against infection and helps heal wounds, so we can stay healthy.

There's no substitute for blood. If people lose blood from surgery or injury of their bodies can't produce enough blood, there is only one place to turn - volunteer blood donors. For more info about where you can donate please visit: www.bbhdonor.org



 

We not only "talk the talk, we also "walk the walk". On February 2, 2013 Tony Group walked at the Hawaii 2013 MDA Muscle Walk at the State Capitol. We are also happy to announce we raised $1,354 for Hawaii MDA!

   

Tony Group hosts multiple blood drives each year for the Blood Bank of Hawaii. We have been one of the Blood Bank's Lifesaver Clubs for over 10 years now, donating over 850 pints of blood in that time. Our third & latest blood drive occurred today (November, 13 2012)!

Here are some cool Blood Bank facts:

·       Someone needs blood every 3 seconds

·       12 Tests are performed to see if your blood is okay to be donated

·       One Pint of blood can potentially save 3 lives

·       One unit of blood donated from one person is roughly equivalent to 1 pint of blood or about 1 lb of blood

·       Approximately 32,000 pints of blood are used each day in the U.S.

·       Blood drives hosted by companies (like Tony Group Autoplex), schools, places of worships, and civic organizations supply roughly half of all donations.


Our second Blood Drive was held August 14, 2012.



Tony Group Autoplex is proud to be a sponsor of the annual "Ukulele Festival".  Photos (clockwise): Our President Stan Masamitsu with his kids,  Stan with Roy Sakuma, and Roy Sakuma 800 pc. Ukulele Band.



Tony Group is humbled to receive a certificate celebrating the 750,000 car wash milestone from The Hawaii State Legislature on Thursday, July 12, 2012.  This achievement recognizes the Tony Group Autolpex as well as the Tony Group Autoplex Carwash as a shining example of a successful eco-friendly business as it strives to provide upstanding automotive service to the people of Hawaii, while implementing environmental conservation practices to help preserve the sustainability and the natural beauty of Hawaii. Since the opening of Tony Group Autoplex Carwash in July of 2005 it has been utilizing the most advanced car wash equipment in the world. The Tony Group Autoplex Carwash is a professional car washing service that uses less than 25 gallons of water per vehicle, which is less than half of the average amount of water used by people who wash their vehicles at home, and the service also utilizes a water reclaim system to prevent runoff into the ocean. Tony Group Autoplex Carwash has specially designed foaming applicators, microfiber material, and closed-cell foam brushes that are used daily to efficiently wash your cars; since its debut service in 2005 Tony Group Carwash completed over 750,000 car washes!


Tony Masamitsu first started selling cars with his Honda Car Dealership back in July 1977 when Honda only had few models and colors, this year (2012) we celebrate 35 Years of excellent costumer service.  Congratulations to Tony Honda for 35 Years of auto-service!



 
Every Independence Day Tony Group Autoplex joins Scholfield Barracks with their July 4th celebrations and gives away a free car. This year we gave away a Brand New 2012 Nissan Versa. Only 10 people get to see if the car key they hold opens the door to what could be their future car, this year the 9th person was the winner.  Congratulations Ryan & Family!


In addition to business, we believe strongly in community.

That's why for more than 30 years, we have worked hard to support our community through various non-profit pursuits such as blood and food drives, high school scholarship monies, OIA sports and more.

We are also staunch supporters of the MDA (Muscular Dystrophy Association), and we have donated more than $100,000 over the past 10 years. We are also active with the Leeward YMCA, donating $25,000 for their new facility and over $35,000 to local schools. With all this and more, we welcome you to take a glimpse into our ohana and to discover what opportunities await you here at the Tony Group.

 

Tony Group hosts 2 blood drives per year for the Blood Bank of Hawaii. 

We have been one of the Blood Bank's Lifesaver Clubs for over 10 years now, donating over 850 pints of blood in that time. 

Blood Drive 11 May 2012. We were able to donate 70 units of blood, with 6 first time donors! The Blood Bank is constantly looking for new blood donors and to get 25% new donors is a tremendous achievement.  The Blood Bank took out special time to recognize the Tony Group for their hard work in recruiting new donors. Annie Ahsing and Alexandra Mun really went out of their way to look for new donors and encourage the employees to donate instead of just calling the same donors.  We are even looking to extend our next blood drive or possibly add another day.

Here are some cool Blood Bank facts:

·           -About 200 donors are needed every day

·           -60% of all people will require blood at some time in their life

·           -Only 2% of people in Hawaii donate blood

·           -1 pint of blood can save up to 3 lives (if you do the math, the donations made by the Tony Group have potentially saved up to 2,500 lives)

·           -Over 7,000 first-time donors are needed each year to maintain the constant demand of the Blood Bank (which is why getting 25% new donors is such a monumental achievement)


Hawaii - United States Little League World Series Champions !


SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa., -- Hawaii's offensive punch followed Japan's stirring win in extra innings to create some high drama at the Little League World Series.

Now, the two teams will meet Sunday to decide who flies home with a World Series title.

Ryo Motegi's RBI grounder through the infield with two outs gave Tokyo, Japan, a 3-2 win over Kaoshiung, Chinese Taipei, to claim the international title Saturday, before Noah Shackles' two-run homer to center capped a four-run first for the boys from Waipahu, Hawaii, in a 10-0 win over Pearland, Texas, in the U.S. championship.

Shackles finished 2 for 2 with three runs, and lefty Ezra Heleski allowed just two hits for the local Waipio Little League from Waipahu trying to win its second tournament crown in three years. The game ended with one out in the fifth because of Little League's 10-run rule.

"USA! USA!," chanted the Hawaii fans afterward. Many held mini-state flags and ti leaves they have been waving in the stands all week for good luck.

After avoiding elimination four straight days, Hawaii has one more big game to go. Their blowout victory on a picture-perfect summer afternoon was in sharp contrast to Japan's tight win.

"I wanted to connect, and I was aiming for center," the 13-year-old Motegi said through interpreter Brian Thompson.

And that's about where the ball ended up after just slipping past shortstop Chen-Wei Chen into left center, allowing pinch-runner Ryusuke Ikeda to score the winning run.

Japan exchanged high-fives at the plate, shook hands with the saddened Taiwan players, then posed with the international championship banner at the mound.

"Very happy," Motegi simply said about the postgame celebration.

Chinese Taipei came within two outs of doing the celebrating with reliever Shao-Fei Huang cruising on the mound into the sixth.

Leadoff hitter Koutaro Kamikura's one-hopper handcuffed the third baseman and slipped into left before Huang got a strikeout. Kamikura advanced to second on a throwing error off a pickoff attempt before Ryota Norimatsu's solid single up the middle tied the game at 2-2.

"The staff, especially the kids, they believed in themselves, so they didn't feel the pressure too much," manager Shingo Ariyasu said.

Japan beat one of the tournament's most fearsome teams at the plate, after Chinese Taipei had outscored opponents 46-1 over its first three games. Taiwan took a 2-1 lead in the second after Shang-Yu Wu hit a fluke double that deflected off of Japan starter Natsuki Mizumachi into left, then later scored on a wild pitch.

Instead, it will be a Japan team playing for the title for the first time since 2007 to try to snap the United States' five-year run as Little League champs.

"It was a 50-50 game," Chinese Taipei manager Tung-Yo Ho said through interpreter Ming-Huang Yeh. "Good defense and making contact was going to win this game and Japan did that a little better than us."


Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press

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