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Time shares bring $46M to isles

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / 2013
    The time-share industry generated more than $45.8 million in state and county tax revenue and added 1,445 jobs to Hawaii's tourism economy during the year ending June 2014, according to a study. Jordan Barnett splashed into the Hilton Hawaiian Village's superpool fronting the Grand Waikikian.
    Overall time-share occupancy for the year averaged 88.9 percent statewide, which was nearly 12 percentage points higher than the hotel occupancy of 77.5 percent attained during the same period. A blue stripe marks the side of the Hokulani Waikiki overlooking Beachwalk Avenue.

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