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  4 JANUARY 5, 2022
 ASB Announces 2021 Bank For Education KeikiCo Winners
With more than 125 en- tries from 17 schools across the state, American Savings Bank awarded $135,000 to six local schools in its 2021 Bank for Education Keiki- Co Business Plan Compe- tition. Nearly 400 students representing grades 3-12 participated in this contest that has been running annu- ally since it started in 2010.
 (Clockwise from top right) Pearl City Highlands Elementary School was awarded second place in the KeikiCo’s elementary division. Pearl City High School received the high school division’s first place and People’s Choice distinctions. PHOTO COURTESY AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK
ticipants this year,” states Ann Teranishi, president and CEO of ASB. “We are thankful for the opportunity to support these innovative young leaders and provide them with valuable entre- preneurial skills.”
about entrepreneurship and marketing, but also gain the critical thinking skills nec- essary to start and sustain a successful business in Ha- wai‘i.
 “We were so impressed with the creativity, talent and enthusiasm demon- strated by our KeikiCo par-
For a chance to win up to $25,000, participants joined together in teams of two to five students to present their best business plan ideas before a panel of esteemed judges. Students are not only able to learn
“The KeikiCo Contest gave our students the unique opportunity to learn the fun- damentals of business and find solutions to real chal- lenges amongst our com- munity,” states Sarah Ka- onohi, teacher at Hōkūlani Elementary School.
Taking second place and awarded $15,000 is Pearl City Highlands Elementary School with its Tomodachi Hairstyles business venture. Meanwhile, Pearl City High School took first place in the high school division for its innovative idea of Apex Engineering and received the People’s Choice for its Rocket Signals project.
  ASB has donated more than $1 million to local schools through the Bank for Education program.
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