Though Abe Lee has more than 35 years of real-estate experience and has developed more than 90 projects, it may be his master's degree in education that keeps students walking through his classroom door. He has helped thousands of professionals navigate the complex world of real estate through his classroom and online programs, where students can take practice tests while crafting model subdivisions out of Monopoly pieces. In both settings, he boils down issues such as property inspections, finance and tax protocols, and zoning regulations into straightforward language. He has also authored proprietary and Hawaii Real Estate Commission–approved continuing-education courses for current realtors and CPAs and pre-licensing classes for agents-to-be.
At The Color Queen, Allison is a master stylist and color correction expert with 20 years of experience and advanced training from Bumble and Bumble who renders precision, soft, or edgy cuts and uses low-ammonia coloring products. Using her experience fixing bad color jobs and as an image consultant, she expertly mixes up the best hues to complement skin tone and eye color, and serves a wide range of clients from lawyers and CEOs to stay-at-home moms and operate-at-home doctors.
Seated atop three, four, or five wheels, mobility scooter riders zoom down sidewalks at up to 25 mph in rented steeds from Wiki Wiki Mobility Scooters. Their FDA-approved scooters with come with handlebar steering boast and up to two swivel seats, each equipped with a seatbelt and $2.13 in lost change to prevent head injuries during mid-ride bows. The scooters typically run on battery power, and the shop’s assorted e-bikes run on a cocktail of pedaling and electricity.
After working with dogs for a decade, Donna Heu founded Poi Dogs Day Care & Boarding. She and her knowledgable staffers mingle with pups throughout a 10,000-square-foot facility that gives dogs plenty of leg room. The team watches over pooches day and night, and grooms them with bath and nail trims. To ensure pets play well together, the center is broken up into separate areas so that tail waggers of similar sizes and energy levels can happily congregate. There's also an outdoor area where dogs can revel in the open space.