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Platinum:
Kamehameha Schools

Surf N Sea
Wallace Theaters

Gold:
North Shore News
Pioneer Hi-Bred International

Silver:
Dole Plantation - Castle & Cooke
First Wind
Haleiwa Joe's
Monsanto

Bronze:
Alluvion
Aloha Computer Consulting
American Savings Bank
ASP Hawaii
Breakers Restaurant
D'Ascoli Building
First Hawaiian Bank
Group 70 International
Jerry's Pizza Mill
North Shore Equipment Rentals
North Shore Marketplace
North Shore Shark Adventures
Polynesian Treasures
Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions
Team Real Estate
Turtle Bay Resort & Replay
Vans Triple Crown of Surfing




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Finding Haleiwa
From Waikiki, take H-1 West to H-2. H-2 ends and becomes Highway 99. Going past Schofield Barracks, Highway 99 veers to the right. Still on Highway 99, pass the flashing intersection and then at the stop sign turn left, continuing on Highway 99. Landmarks: Dole Plantation, Waialua Coffee fields, sign for Historic Haleiwa Town. There will be a circular junction, keep to the right of the junction to get onto Hale'iwa's main street, (83). Do not take the Bypass Road, (Joseph P. Leong Highway), which will take you around Hale'iwa. When coming from Waimea Bay, look for the Historic Hale'iwa Town sign and turn right at the light.

 

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