ANA Signs on as Major Supporter

05/01/2018
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We're thrilled to welcome ANA (All Nippon Airways), Japan’s largest and only five-star airline, as our newest supporter! 

 

“We are thankful and proud to have ANA as a supporter,” said Lori McCarney, CEO of Bikeshare Hawaii. “This substantial backing helps us provide a top-notch bikeshare program for the benefit of visitors and residents alike. Biki strives to be an excellent service company with dependable bikes and a responsive, friendly customer service team. Partnering with ANA will cause us to strive to be even better—to emulate the qualities of this outstanding airline.”

 

“ANA is excited to announce our new collaboration with Biki,” said Hiroshi Shibata, vice president and general manager of ANA’s Honolulu operations. “Bikesharing has become widespread in Japan, and we believe Biki’s program provides a fun, alternative means of transportation for Honolulu’s tourists and local residents. ANA is happy to support Biki, an organization that encourages healthy living and promotes environmentally-friendly practices.”

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As a nonprofit organization, Bikeshare Hawaii relies on support such as this partnership with ANA to remain viable. Biki is healthy, clean and affordable transportation for everyone.

 

ANA joins major supporters Hawaii Pacific Health, HMSA, HEI (American Savings and HECO), and Hale Mahana and completes the five major supporters who will be recognized on Biki bikes in 2018. However, we continue to seek donations both large and small from companies and the public for community programs, outreach, and initiatives to help us continue our mission without an operational subsidy.

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