Queen K Tesoro Fights
Local Hunger in Teaming Up With The Food Basket, Hawaii Island’s Food Bank
Queen K Tesoro is proud to be the major sponsor of the 10th
Annual Kahikina Feed A Thon to Benefit The Food Basket, Hawaii Island’s Food
Bank. Our goal this year is to raise over 100,000 lbs. of food for the needy
families of our community. We will be holding a drop off at Queen K Tesoro
24 Hours a Day and also will have monetary donation cans at each register.
You may also visit Kahikina and donate in person at Hawaii Island KTA Stores
02/01 – 02/2012
02/03 - 04/2012
Waikoloa Village Market
02/05 – 06/2012
02/07 - 08/2012
02/ 09- 10/2012
What is the Queen K Tesoro?
Open 24 Hours a Day. Queen K Tesoro is the Big Island's premier gasoline
station and convenience store. We carry 5 premium fuels by Tesoro.
87,89,92,diesel, and Ethanol Free. We have a full kitchen which creates
stunning local comfort dishes to satisfy your needs. Our specialties include
Korean Chicken, Fried Chicken, Loco Moco, Spam Musubi, Tornados, fried
shrimp, and more. We offer a Rain X automatic car wash which is also open 24
hours a day. Stop by today and see why we were voted Best Place to Work in
Hawaii and Best of West Hawaii.
What is the Food Basket?
The Food Basket is an island wide, supplemental food network that collects
and distributes nutritious, high quality food to low income households,
the working poor, the disabled, the ill, senior citizens, children’s
programs and other charitable organizations that serve this population.
Supplemental food is provided regardless of religious beliefs, gender or
ethnicity. Source: foobaskethi.org
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Waimea, Kauai- This past Saturday Waimea Shell & Goose's Edge Inc
presented a check for $5,000 to Waimea High School at the annual homecoming
game. We are proud to be the flagship sponsor of the Menehune's. Pictured
from left to right is Matt Gustavson from Goose's Edge, Patricia (Manager
Waimea Shell), Shirley, Anna (Assistant Manager Waimea Shell) and Erla.
San Antonio, Texas
What do Hawaiian canoe
paddlers and Tesoro have in common? A friend named Alan Gustavson, president
of Goose’s Edge Inc.
Among its substantial business holdings, Goose’s
Edge operates three Tesoro gasoline stations in Hawaii: Queen Ka‘ahumanu
Tesoro in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island, Dairy Road Tesoro on Maui, and the
Waipio Tesoro on Oahu.
Captain Al, as he is known to his friends and
family, also believes in perpetuating the cultural sport of Hawaiian canoe
paddling. Goose’s Edge co-sponsors two major canoe regattas annually: the
Hawaii Canoe Racing Association (HCRA) State Championships Regatta on Maui
and the Queen Lili‘uokalani Canoe Regatta on the island of Hawaii.
Above all, Captain Al is an outstanding marketer and salesman.
best buying experience 24/7” is the company’s motto. Consider that Goose’s
Edge was once named the top retail company in the country by Tesoro’s Best
Brands Program. In addition, the company has made Hawaii Business Magazine’s
list of best places to work.
From embroidered Tesoro treasure burst
logos on baseball caps, to flying the Tesoro flag on his fishing boat, to
the bumper sticker on his truck that reads, ‘I (heart) Tesoro,’ Captain Al
promotes his stores and the Tesoro brand with a passion.
working with the company,” Captain Al said, “and I enjoy promoting the
Always there to service Captain Al’s needs are Bob Mills,
Tesoro’s VP of wholesale marketing for California and Hawaii, and his team,
Hawaii Wholesale Marketing Manager Gordon Wong and Assistant Area Marketing
Manager Jane Baron.
“What Al and his family do for the local
community and the Tesoro brand exceeds anything I’ve seen in my 40 years in
the business,” noted Bob. “Tesoro is so fortunate to have the Gustavsons
representing us in Hawaii.”
Captain Al invited Bob and his team to
the Big Island Labor Day weekend to partake in a Hawaiian canoe dedication
ceremony before the start of the annual Queen Lili‘uokalani Canoe Regatta.
Goose’s Edge donated a new outrigger canoe to the Kai O‘pua Canoe Club,
which hosts the regatta each year. The “Queen K Tesoro” canoe was decked out
in bright Tesoro logos and colors from stem to stern, drawing crowds of
onlookers while on display.
“A new canoe can easily run about
$70,000,” explained the canoe club’s president, Lawrence “Uncle Bo” Campos.
This year marked the 40th anniversary of the Queen Lili‘uokalani
Canoe Regatta, which was named in honor of Hawaii’s last monarch. The event
drew 180 men’s canoe teams, another 140 women’s teams, and about 10,000
spectators to the Kona Coast. Racing footage will be aired on cable
television for a month following the event, and featured by a Hawaii-based
international airline as part of its in-flight programming to the delight of
thousands of travelers.
Goose's Edge Inc. has
aquired TOP SHAPE MARINE SERVICES. We are open for business August 1st 2011.
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Goose’s Edge, Inc.
Named Top Tesoro Retail Company in the United States
has announced that Goose’s Edge, Inc. a Kailua Kona based company who
operates 3 Tesoro Stations in Hawaii as the Best of the Nation.
Kailua Kona, HI 4/16/2001:
Al Gustavson, President of
Goose’s Edge, Inc. was informed by Tesoro Corporate that his company was
named as a Grand Prize winner of Tesoro’s Brand Standards Program.
Goose’s Edge currently operates the Waipio Tesoro in Waipahu Oahu, the
Dairy Road Tesoro in Kahului Maui, and the Queen K Tesoro in Kailua Kona
on the Big Island. This award is handed out to the Top 3 performing
operations in the entire country.
Tesoro is an independent refiner and marketer of
refineries in the
Western United States with a combined
rated crude oil capacity of approximately 664,000
barrels per day.
Tesoro’s retail-marketing system includes over 870 branded retail gas
stations, of which more than 380 are company-operated under the Tesoro,
Shell, Mirastar and USA Gasoline brands.
Goose’s Edge is no novice when it comes to
prestigious awards from nationally branded oil companies. Goose’s Edge,
Inc. has won the Shell Oil Top Brand Standards Reward for 8 consecutive
years from 2001-2010 respectively.
Questions or comments?
Contact Alan Gustavson 808-283-1281
Topshape's top angler back in the chair.
By Jim Rizzuto
Two days before the Annual Charter Desk New
Year's Day Tournament, Captain Al Gustavson watched his wife Suzanne
release a balloon at Kona Community Hospital.
Monday, January 10, 2011 6:28
On that balloon was
her patient number from taking radiation treatments for six weeks as a
breast cancer patient, Al said. She had just had her last treatment, was
now cancer-free and a breast cancer survivor.
For more than six
weeks, Susanne was unable to fish with Al on their boat, Topshape. As
their No. 1 angler, Suzanne normally fished twice a week.
Tournament Day, we all were very excited to have her back on board, and
so was she," Al said. "We were a little late to the starting line, but
it didn't matter because the team was on the water now and ready to fish
again. Despite the slow fishing at the time, we were hoping Suzanne's
first day back might bring us some luck."
Nothing happened for
the first two hours, but the tide was about to change.
trolling the 1,800-fathom line, Al was on the bridge with teammates
Larry Defoe, John Bennett and Keith Chapman and saw a medium-sized red
spot on their sonar unit.
"I hadn't seen this in a couple of
weeks, so I alerted everyone to take a look," Al said.
was down about 18 fathoms, the depth at which an excited marlin can get
to the surface to grab a lure in less than 10 seconds.
then the long corner line comes off the clip -- nothing -- and then the
stinger comes down," Al said. "It was taking out line like a billfish.
Sure enough, a small blue marlin came jumping out of the water right at
us. As the team was clearing lines, Suzanne got in the chair, and the
fight was on."
Al estimated Suzanne's fish at around 150 pounds
-- no monster, but it had a lot of fight in it. John was keeping the
drag light for Suzanne, and the fish wouldn't come to the boat.
"I had to go full-on in reverse to catch up," Al said.
fish made a full circle, Team Topshape got it to the boat in 10 minutes,
and they were on the tournament board with a fish.
"The smile on
Suzanne's face after she got out of the chair was priceless," Al said.
"She had gone through about four months of hell, since her diagnosis for
breast cancer, her operation and then six weeks of radiation, and in the
first two hours on the water we hooked up and landed a marlin in a
tournament. Hard to put in words what everyone was feeling -- quite
During the day Team Topshape hooked and lost two more
blues and hooked two spearfish, one landed and one tagged.
slow time of the year our rods kept being hit," Al said. "The fish gods
were glad to have Suzanne back on the water, and so were we."
Suzanne's blue was the first marlin of 2011 and won the tournament with
the only qualifying fish of the day.
"Going into the harbor,
Suzanne gave John the most important fish flag to fly," Al said, "a
'Breast Cancer Survivor' wind sock.
"For Suzanne and me, it was
more important putting up that wind sock than winning the tourney, but
winning the tourney was way more fun."
After their victory, Al
and Suzanne got word from The Billfish Foundation that Suzanne will
receive the award in the female angler division for most tagged billfish
in the Pacific.
They are planning to go to Miami to accept the
award on Feb. 19, Al said.
That's an encouraging way to begin a
new year and a new life as a cancer survivor.
Fueling Dreams raises $62,000 for Special Olympics Hawaii
Web Posted: Nov. 30, 2010
Tesoro Hawaii employees, with the help of law
enforcement officials and the generosity of Tesoro’s retail customers
fueled up to raise funds for Special Olympics Hawaii.
The fifth annual Fueling Dreams fundraiser raised
$62,600 and narrowly topped last year’s total. From Sept.1 to Oct. 5,
Tesoro Hawaii retail stations held a friendly competition to see which
station could raise the most money for Special Olympics Hawaii.
Retail Area Manager Janet Garcia was particularly
proud when stations in her group placed in the top three spots. The Kihei
station on Maui, headed by Sarah Pinheiro, raised $5,600; the Kealakekua
station in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island, headed by Mike Hathaway, raised
$3,500; and the Palama station, headed by Carmelita Ohata, raised $2,100.
the Queen Kaahumanu station in Kailua-Kona earned top honors for the
highest amount collected by a dealer site: $4,359. The total
collected in the stores was $30,886.
“All Fueling Dreams donations go directly toward
helping Special Olympics Hawaii’s athletes from across the state to
participate in year-round training and competitions, including the
upcoming Holiday Classic,” said Nancy Bottelo, president and CEO of
Special Olympics Hawaii. “There are about 15,000 athletes in Hawaii who
could participate in Special Olympics Hawaii, and Fueling Dreams and
Tesoro Hawaii will allow us to continue to work toward our goal of
providing free sports training and competition to all athletes with
intellectual disabilities in Hawaii.”
In addition to the monthlong, in-store promotion,
Tesoro Hawaii employees teamed up with federal, state and county law
enforcement agencies, and military representatives to pump gas and clean
windshields, while collecting donations at 11 locations on Oahu and
Hawai‘i Island on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1.
On those two days, drivers filled up at the Kailua,
Kapahulu, Kapolei, King & Cooke, Mililani Mauka, Mililani Town Center,
Palama, Pearl City and Salt Lake stations on Oahu as well as Tesoro Hawaii
stations in Kona and Bay Front (Hilo) on Hawaii Island.
As an added bonus, Tesoro Hawaii dropped its gasoline
prices by five cents for all grades on the afternoon of the first day and
again on the second day of the promotion as a way to celebrate the fifth
anniversary of Fueling Dreams. The total collected on those two days was
slightly more than $23,000.
Congratulations to the participating stations, which
contributed toward that total:
• Hilo station, managed by Marian Fernandez, raised
• Kailua station, managed by Joey Phillips, raised
• Kapahulu station, managed by Nancy Hata, raised
• Kapolei station, managed by Rosalinda Ramos, raised
• King & Cooke station, managed by Dina Cristobal,
• Miliani Mauka station, managed by Roxanne Remo,
• Mililani Town Center station, managed by Aurea
Legaspi, raised $3,695
• Palama station, managed by Carmelita Ohata, raised
• Pearl City station, managed by Natasha Wallace,
• Salt Lake station, managed by Gloria Sugimoto,
As part of the celebration of Fueling Dreams’ fifth
anniversary, Tesoro Hawaii also held a drawing for three $500 fuel cards.
Customers received one entry into the drawing for a $5 donation, two
entries for $10 and 10 entries for a $20 donation.
“Special Olympics Hawaii touches the lives of so many
here in the islands, and this annual fundraising event provides our
customers with an opportunity to join us in supporting Special Olympics
Hawaii,” said Eric Lee, Tesoro Hawaii’s regional senior manager – retail.
Queen K worth $10K for Magallanes
By Jim Rizzuto
After a year of dominance in monthly fishing
tournaments, David Magallanes won the Queen K. Tesoro Cup with its $10,000
Monday, July 5, 2010 7:01 AM HST
David led from start to finish. He persevered through
18 sanctioned tournaments and against 208 other teams at some time or
David's final test was the Wee Guys Tournament on June 26
and 27. He had a comfortable lead over his closest rivals, Mike Oshiro and
Kenny Fogarty. Mike and Kenny are both outstanding fishermen, so David had
to score points in the Wee Guys to hang on.
Mike made it very difficult by winning the Wee
Guys ahi division. But David placed second in the mahimahi division to
close the door, according to Capt. Al Gustavson, owner of Queen K. Tesoro.
Al runs the monthly Dirty Dozen fishing tournaments and established
the Queen K. Tesoro Cup as a boost for the small boat fleet and a draw for
the dozen Dirty Dozen events. The DD competitions now average 25 boats,
and Al hopes to see them grow to 30 or more.
"I don't think there
is another competition like this one in the world for boats under 25
feet," Al said.
The Queen K Cup and its $10,000 prize has had a
significant effect on other tournaments in the series besides the Dirty
"The Wee Guys Tourney, of which we are the major sponsor
($10,000), went to the next level when we awarded the Cup Series to Dave,"
Al said.The 2011 Queen K Tesoro
Cup Series starts on Aug. 7 with the Queen K Tesoro Dirty Dozen hosted at
the Bite Me Fish Market. The Weigh-ins and bragging location will be at
the Fish Market Restaurant from now on, Al said. Sign-ups will be at Queen
K Tesoro before the tourney day and at Bite Me Fish Market from 6 a.m. to
8 a.m. on the day of tourney.
The top ten finishers in the Queen K
Tesoro Cup with boat names, team captains and final point totals were:
1. Kona Pearl II, David Magallanes, 1,243 pts. 2. Krista O, Mike
Oshiro, 958. 3. Makana Lani, Kenny Fogerty, 675. 4. Hei Mana, Gary
Sheehan, 665. 5. Miss Lynn, Hill Ramos, 550. 6. Mikaela Kai, Mike Camp,
519. 7. (tie with 505 points) Silver Star II, Paul Cantor and Kuuwaihi
Kawena, Jeremy Moniz. 9. (tie with 485 points). Brezen II, Ted Toriano and
Reel Lady, Pat Tanaka.
FINAL TOP 10 RESULTS HERE
Crackdown on stores selling tobacco to Hawaii's kids
By Mari-Ela David
10/5-"The big issues my clerks have when they check
somebody like your age or somebody with gray hair that that person gets
totally upset, and that happens quite often," said Al Gustavson, owner of
Goose's Edge convenience stores.
Protect your car even better today. Queen K Tesoro in Kailua Kona
now has the most advanced car wash system on the Big Island. We
now offer Rain X Complete Surface protection when you get a Works
Goose's Edge Takes Dirty Dozen
by Jim Rizzuto-West
9/28/2009- The very popular "Dirty Dozen"
fishing tournament has run on a Saturday every two months for 25
After nearly 100 tournaments, the event faced a
challenge that threatened to end it. The State Division of Land
and Natural Resources has begun requiring tournaments like this
one to carry insurance. Because the event has intentionally
maintained a low entry fee, the cost of insurance became
intolerable for tournament director Donn O'Brien.
Gustavson, skipper of Topshape, chief executive officer of Goose's
Edge, Inc. and owner of Queen K. Tesoro came to the rescue.
entire article here.
4 SEASONS WINS 4
Four Seasons Takes Hotel Benefit Tourney
The Four Seasons Hualalai won the Four Flags Hotel Big Game
Fishing Tournament sponsored by Captain Al Gustavson and Queen K
The Four Seasons team of Mary
Curtis and Stephen Lyons had designated the Hope to Run charity as
the recipient of the $1,000 prize. After Captain Al wrote the
check to the winners’ charity, he announced that his Goose’s Edge
Company would also donate to the charities designated by the other
two competing hotel teams.
conducted the unique tournament over a three-month period while
hosting each team aboard his boat Topshape. On each fishing day,
the event was broadcast live on the Kona FM, 92.1 radio show
“Friendliest Catch” with host Tommy Ching, “The Pirate.”
The Four Seasons Hualalai was the final team to get its chance,
taking to the seas last Tuesday. The Hilton Waikoloa and the
Hapuna Prince competed in November and December. The Hapuna Prince
was up by 300 points as the result of tagging a striped marlin.
Topshape ranged south and north, inshore and offshore looking for
the warmer sea temperatures Captain Al prefers for big fish.
Nothing happened during the four hours of airtime before Tommy had
to sign off for the day, but there were still four more hours to
go in the fishing day.
Just two minutes
after the show ended, Stephen hooked a striped marlin and fought
it to the boat. Topshape crew John Bennett tagged and released it,
and team Four Seasons was now in a 300-point tie with team Hapuna
Water temps were holding so Capt.
Al stayed with the same run – out and deep. After another hour,
the center rigger went off with a shortbill spearfish for Mary
Mary reeled the fish to Topshape.
After team Four Seasons tagged and released it to score their
victory, “The boat exploded in shouts of joy,” said Capt Al.
The “Friendliest Catch” Show has been on the air every second
Tuesday of the month over the last 13 months. The first show began
with a blue marlin hooked two minutes after Tommy Ching went on
the air and the last show ended with a marlin hooked two minutes
after he went off the air.
The show now
goes on hiatus. It may return in the spring, says Captain Al,
depending on interest. If you have enjoyed the broadcasts, Al says
to tell him directly or by leaving word at Queen K Tesoro, or call
Tommy Ching at Kona FM 92.1.
2008 SHELL YEAR RESULTS
2008 SHELL CVP SCORES
12/8/08-Goose's Edge, Inc. has once again achieved the highest
level of Shell Oil Standards.
In our yearly score for 2008 we
obtained a 99.2% average for the entire 2008 year.
Q3 - 08
Q2 - 08
Q1 - 08
Q4 - 07
Q3 - 07
SOPUS AND MOTIVA
SHELL OIL PRODUCTS US
BILL SPURGEON (DIRECT)
GOOSES EDGE INC
The Chart Below shows that we beat all Hawaii Shell
Locations and All National Shell Locations.
We have been in the top 1% of all
18,000 Shell locations for 5 years straight.
GOOSES EDGE INC.
source: Shell Source
The Geese were out at the "Academy
Awards of Business."
Amidst the Waikiki City lights the cream of the crop of the Hawaii
business community came together to celebrate success. Over 40
profit and non profit companies set foot in the Coral Ballroom of
the Hilton Hawaiian Village to attend the Business Leadership
The excitement gained as category after
category was called. Al, Suzanne, Matt, Sheila, Desi, Dora, and
Florence eagerly looked on. Finally the Best In Business Division
1 came up. The interviews rolled by including Captain Al's
rendition of what it means to work for him. Jim Kelly the Emcee
then announced the the winner was Island Insurance. We for a
second gasped but than we realized what a honor it was to be
nominated in such a prestigious event.
The night was a
great time and honor for Gooses Edge and we are proud of our
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HILO, BIG ISLAND
Congratulations to Ruby, Tina, Aimee and Staff
You have won the Goose's Edge, Inc. Flagship
award. Thank you and Congratulations for Providing the Best Buying
Experience at the highest level.
Goose gift golden for Menehune blue
by Dennis Fujimoto - The Garden Island
Posted: Sunday, Sep 14, 2008 - 08:57:02 pm HST
HANAPEPE — Waimea High School athletic trainer Nicole Farr looked on
wistfully as the two Kapa‘a High School football managers struggled
with the filled hydration machine, Friday night.
“I want one of
those,” Farr said. “But they cost about $500, so I guess I’ll just put
it on my Wish List.”
On the other side of the field, Ron Badua, one of the trades
instructors at Waimea High School, looked at the numbers on the Kapa‘a
High School team and then at the Waimea High School team.
“We’ve had declining student population for the last several years,”
Badua said. “It’s hard when you have only 730 students.”
Despite these wistful comments, the gray clouds overhead broke for a
moment as Waimea High School athletic director Jon Kobayashi accepted
a $5,000 gift from Goose’s Edge, Inc. representatives during halftime
of the Friday night game which was sponsored by Waimea Shell, one of
the holdings of Goose’s Edge.
“This is the second year that
Goose’s Edge has contributed to the Waimea High School athletic
program, and we are very honored that Captain Al Gustavson has
continued to support us,” Kobayashi said in a short presentation at
the Waimea bench.
Tom Iannucci was in the stands to support his
son who sported No. 75 on the Menehune football team.
good for the community,” Iannucci said, alluding to the small student
population at Waimea, and the strong community support for the
Menehune. “Just as Jordon Dizon was able to buy cleats for the boys,
this is a tremendous help for the kids. If Jordon hadn’t been able to
get shoes for the boys, (do) you know how many kids and families would
be struggling to get shoes?”
Waimea Shell is just one of three
Shell stations that is under the Goose’s Edge umbrella, Gustavson
said. In addition to the Waimea Shell which is located in the heart of
Waimea town, Gustavson said they have the Kalaheo Shell located on the
highway next to the Kalaheo post office, and the Lihu‘e Shell which is
situated across from the Pizza Hut.
“This donation is
tremendous,” Kobayashi said. “It might not sound like much to some,
but it affects lots of youth here at Waimea High School.”
Joining Gustavson were Trish Arizo, the area supervisor for the
Goose’s Edge Shell stations on Kaua‘i, and his son Matthew.
With the presentation done, the Menehune proceeded to kick off the
second half of the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation football opener
at Hanapepe Stadium, and as if in appreciation for the gift, returned
the Gustavson favor by scoring four touchdowns in the fourth period en
route to a 49-7 win over Kapa‘a.
The Menehune travel Friday
night to Vidinha Stadium to meet the defending KIF champion Kaua‘i
High School Red Raiders.
Kickoff for the JV game is 5 p.m. with
the varsity game starting at 7:30 p.m.
Anahola Joel Pahukula
will provide live radio broadcast on KQNG AM 570.
SOPUS AND MOTIVA(US AVG)
SHELL OIL PRODUCTS US(US AVG)
Hawaii Shell Stations OVERALL
GOOSES EDGE INC.
Source: Shell Oil Company official
July 1st 2008- Just launched in BETA is the Gooses Edge Video files
page which includes Flash Movies for your viewing. More will be added
June 30th, 2008-Jim
Rizzuto- Throughout its 28-year
history, the annual Wee Guys Fishing Tournament has taken pride in its
great sense of ohana, says tournament co-founder Harry Ruddle.
That sense of family has been rewarded by a lot of loyalty from its
participants, Harry says.
Even with financial stresses of the
present economy, the tourney's big field of 130 entrants was already
full two moths in advance.
And it was recognized in a special
way when Capt. Al Gustavson,
CEO of Queen K Tesoro, took over the
microphone at a Wee Guys
event and pledged $10,000 to support next
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Captain Al Gustavson and TOPSHAPE KONA WIN
1ST PLACE MARLIN/TIE
Read West Hawaii Today July 1st Article
The Kona Iki Trollers........
June 25th, 2008-
Annual Father’s Day spearfishing tournament helps two Maui youths who are
in the . . . Fight For Their Lives
PAIA – More than $17,600 was raised Father’s Day for
two cancer-stricken Maui boys and the Hawaii Children’s Cancer Foundation.
Officials of the 12th annual Father’s Day Spearfishing Tournament,
also known as the Daniel Perreira Memorial Spearfishing Tournament, will
donate $4,266 each to 4-year-old Nainoa Pagaduan and 16-year-old Jarren
Patao, both of Wailuku.
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2007 CVP WINNER
GOOSE'S EDGE, INC.
PUERTO VALLARTA MEXICO
CAPT. AL GUSTAVSON
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Top Honors for Goose's Edge at Best Places to Work for Awards
Goose's Edge was named into the Top Ten of all Large Companies in
Hawaii March 27th, 2008 at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Captain Alan
Gustavson accepted the 7th place ranking with honor. We would like
to thank our wonderful employees, friends, colleagues, and Hawaii
Business Magazine for this prestigious acknowledgement.
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April 8th, 2008- Great Success For Special
Olympics Fundraiser at The Queen K Tesoro
Goose's Edge, Inc. was proud to host the West
Hawaii Chapter of the Special Olympics on April 4th, 2008. From
6am-6pm the organization raised several thousands of dollars to support
ongoing athletic endeavors in the Kona Community. Special thanks to these
Goose's Edge employees for volunteering their time for a great cause.
Tini, Noe, Cheryl, Camille, Cathy, Momi, Elsie, Nat, Ruby, Kalae, Jo, Jay,
Matt, Trish, Dora, Desi and to everyone else involved. Mahalo Nui Loa.
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By: Jim Kelly-Pacific Business News
Printed: February 8th, 2008
Goals, rewards give C-store empire its edge
Pacific Business News (Honolulu) - by
Jim Kelly Pacific Business News
JANUARY 25th, 2008
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Goose's Edge Inc Currently employs over 165 employees in the
State of Hawaii.