Kapolei Chamber Spring Luncheon

May 29, 2013 8:00 AM | Deleted user
The Chamber Spring Luncheon drew 124 attendees to the ballroom of the University of Hawaii - West Oahu, and featured two guest speakers.  Fred Perlak, Vice President of Research and Business Operations for Monsanto - Hawaii, helps oversee Hawaii's growing seed industry - which is valued at more than $222 million and is the state's largest agricultural commodity.  Jose Bustamante, Vice President of Hunt - Hawaii, spoke of his company's efforts to revitalize nearly 540 acres of land in Kalaeloa (formerly the Barber's Point Naval Air Station), and its plans for commercial, light industrial, and residential projects to create more than 7,000 direct and indirect jobs, and more than 1,000 construction jobs.  Bustamante leads the real estate development, master-planning and asset management initiatives for Kalaeloa. He is a long-time Oahu resident who grew up in Honokai Hale in the city of Kapolei.

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