We started as a two-car garage in 1919, a humble beginning for a business that today is one of the top 50 auto dealers in the United States. Inside that tiny garage on Oahu's north shore, founder Peter Fukunaga instilled three core business principles: work hard, satisfy customers, and have dedicated employees. That remains the foundation of Servco Pacific Inc., and, although our primary business remains automotive, we also have operations in home and commercial products distribution, insurance services and private equity investments.
From Our Newsroom
Servco Execs Take the Plunge for Special Olympics Hawaii’s 2017 Polar Plunge
April 1, 2017
Servco executives were freezin’ for a reason at the 2017 Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Hawaii. Mark Fukunaga, Rick Ching, Mike Nolan, Jeff Bell, and Craig Washofsky made a promise to their family, friends, and employees, to take the plunge down a 36-foot high, 95-foot long slide into 34-degree ice cold water, if they could reach their donation goal…and they delivered. The Team Servco quintet raised over $15,000, with the Servco Foundation, a silver sponsor of the event, contributing an additional $5,000 for a grand total of $20,000 for the Special Olympics Hawaii and its athletes. View the Feature Here»
Servco Named Best Place to Work in Hawaii for 13th Year
March 30, 2017
For the 13th straight year, Hawaii Business magazine has named Servco “One of the Best Places to Work for 2017” in the Large Business Category. Servco was also inducted into the Best Places to Work in Hawaii “Hall of Fame,” being only one of two businesses in the state to win every year since the award’s inception.
Servco Auto Kauai Grand Opening in Lihue
March 9, 2017
Servco Auto Kauai (SAK) celebrated the grand opening of its new dealership located at 2477 Ulu Maika St. The 160,000 square-foot location is three times larger than the old dealership, and represents the company’s Toyota and Subaru brands. Other features of the new facility include proper service lanes for check in, additional customer parking for both Sales and Parts & Service departments, and a car wash/detail/alignment rack expected to be completed by the end of the year. At the grand opening ceremony, SAK presented 200 backpacks, pens, and a monetary donation of $2,500 to Kumu’s Cupboard, a local nonprofit that provides free school supplies to teachers and educational staff.
Subaru Hawaii Shares the Love with Six Local Nonprofits
January 20, 2017
Subaru Hawaii dealers donated $30,000 to six local nonprofits as part of its Share the Love sales campaign. Now in its sixth year, the campaign ran from November 1 st through December 31 st . During the annual sales event, Subaru Hawaii gives $250 for every new car sold up to $30,000, and the total is divided evenly between six nonprofits in Subaru's focus areas of learning, animals, and the environment. This year’s beneficiaries included Friends of the Library of Hawaii, Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii, Hawaii Island Humane Society, Hawaiian Humane Society, Maui Humane Society and Kauai Humane Society.