Hot Shots – 7/3/19

INspiration To Build New Warehouse

Thomas Sorensen, owner and CEO of Honolulu Design Center and INspiration Interiors, has purchased a 10-acre parcel of land in Campbell Industrial Park for a new distribution center. Honolulu Builders will be constructing a 263,000-square-foot warehouse, and the new project is called Hanua Logistic Center, after the street it’s located on. Attending the June 20 groundbreaking ceremony were (from left) kahu Peter Rockford Espiritu; Greg Hackler of First Hawaiian Bank; Dan Jordan of Honolulu Builders; Lloyd Sueda of Sueda and Associates; Thomas Sorensen; Daniel Sorensen, vice president of INspiration Interiors; and Bill Froelich of Colliers International. ANTHONY CONSILLIO PHOTO

LA Rams Donate Cleats To Farrington

The Los Angeles Rams donated football cleats worn by its players to student-athletes at Farrington High School, as part of the Cleats for Character program led by Pisa Tinoisamoa, former St. Louis Rams linebacker and University of Hawai‘i football player. Pictured are (from left) John Monahan, Hawai‘i Visitors & Convention Bureau president and CEO; Craig Appleby, LA Rams youth brand experience coordinator; Al Carganilla, Farrington High School principal; Tinoisamoa; Mufi Hannemann, Hawai‘i Lodging & Tourism Association president and CEO; Lisa Joy Andres, Farrington High School vice principal; and Daniel Sanchez, Farrington High School football coach. PHOTO COURTESY JARED HIGASHI