Back By Popular Demand – Kalikimaka Lane

December 13 and 14 for Lunch
December 15 for Dinner

After 10 years and many requests, we have brought back the popular holiday special – Kalikimaka Lane at the Hawai`i Convention Center!

Perfect for groups of 20 to 200 people, consider Kalikimaka Lane for your company party or gathering with friends and family.  A delicious lunch and dinner buffet, private room, decorated room sets, podium with microphone, holiday music, and discounted parking all come with this special holiday offer.

See the complete lunch and dinner menu >>  All this for $39 for lunch and $49 for dinner (per person, includes service charge).

This special holiday event is available for these days only so don’t delay:

December 13 and 14, 2012 for LUNCH

December 15, 2012 for DINNER

Questions?  Contact our sales office at 943-3500 or email

Sixth Pacific Rim Meeting on Electrochemical and Solid-State Science to Draw Record Attendance, Feature International Energy Summit

The sixth Pacific Rim Meeting on Electrochemical and Solid-State Science (PRiME) is expected to draw a record 4,000 attendees to the Hawai`i Convention Center from October 7-12, 2012.  The meeting, sponsored by The Electrochemical Society (ECS) and The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ), will bring together scientists, lawmakers, government officials, and science industry leaders from around the world to present and discuss the latest scientific and technical developments in electrochemical, solid-state science and technology.

The meeting is expected to generate more than $18.8 million in state revenue, with the Center’s hotel partners benefiting from 32,160 room nights.

PRiME will feature the second international ECS Electrochemical Energy Summit (E2S) on October 11, which serves as a leading forum on the challenges of large-scale energy storage.  The summit will cover technical, economic, and social perspectives, highlighting similar themes to the Hawai`i Clean Energy Initiative, the state’s commitment to achieving 70 percent clean energy use by 2030.

PRiME will also feature more than 58 technical sessions and 1,000 poster presentations covering breakthrough research; as well as a career fair for registered meeting attendees.  Industry businesses are encouraged to participate in the career fair, which provides an opportunity to recruit qualified candidates at every level of experience, from veterans in the sciences to newcomers entering research, development and academia.

Founded in 1902 as an international nonprofit, educational organization to advance electrochemical and solid-state science and technology, The Electrochemical Society now has more than 9,000 members worldwide.  To register for PRiME 2012, visit; for businesses that would like to participate in the career fair, pre-registration is available by emailing

See ECS President Fernando Garzon on Hawai`i News Now Sunrise show:

Hawaii News Now – KGMB and KHNL