Creating Hawai'i Tourism: A Memoir
Bess Press, 2004 - 258 pàgines
In his memoir Creating Hawai'i Tourism, Robert C. Allen, a leader in the tourism-related ground transportation, airline, hotel, and cruise industries, describes the events and people that transformed Hawai'i from a small resort into a world-class tourist mecca. Allen includes them all: the hotels, airlines, travel agents, beachboys, musicians, and, most important, the builders, the men and women who propelled Hawai'i to the forefront of the visitor industry.
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Creating the Hawaii Experience
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The Interisland Airlines
The Roy Kelley Phenomenon
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