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Biz Beat: Continental Transport offers quality services for heavy equipment

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Need hydraulic hoses and fittings? Look no further than Continental Transport Corporation (CTC), where you’ll experience outstanding performance and quality services, all at affordable rates.
 
The story behind the company’s journey from a ‘mom and pop’ retail store to what it is today is truly one of persistence and perseverance.
 



Biz Beat: ACE celebrates 30 years of serving American Samoa

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The territory’s largest hardware store is celebrating thirty years of service to the people and government of American Samoa, and they’re doing it with a bang.
 
ACE American Industries in Malaeimi started off as a small business nestled in the hills of Tafeta but later expanded to become a mega superstore, offering everything from building supplies, paint, and appliances, to toys, furniture, electronics and school supplies.
 



Biz Beat: Minoi Minoi in Alega wants to help you get fit and stay healthy

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East siders looking for a place to exercise, get fit, or just hang out while sipping on a healthy smoothie and surfing the internet are invited to join the Minoi Minoi family which has grown to about 30 members since the establishment opened its doors for business last April.
 



Biz Beat: Island Smiles delivering superb dental services

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Ask anyone what they remember most about a person and the answer will most likely be: their smile.
 
Glimmering white, straight teeth will make everyone’s smile memorable and that’s exactly what Dr. Toko Motutama Sipeli’i specializes in.
 



Biz Beat: Brand names come to American Samoa

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A new business offering authentic brand name clothing and shoes has opened up in Avau.
 
Owned by Asoleaga and Alicia Toalepai, Tri-Elements has everything in stock for the stylish folks living in the territory. If you like to ‘dress to impress’, Tri-Elements has everything you need at prices you can afford.
 



Tradewinds hosting a Spooktacular Halloween Bash

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It’s that time of year again. Come one, come all! This Halloween, whether you dress up as a ghoul, a princess, a beast, a pirate, or a cheerleader, the management and staff of the Tradewinds Hotel in Ottoville will welcome you with open arms during their Halloween Night Bash that promises to be a “thrillin’ evening of chillin’ fun and spooky laughter.”
 



Biz Beat: SignMasters has all your graphics, printing, and signage solutions

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A new locally owned and operated business has opened up in Nuuuli next to Zeke’s Treats, inside the former home of Local Graphix.
 
Local boy Ma’a Amilale, who has been in the business for about a dozen years, started learning the tricks of the trade when he used to work at SignTech along with Kasiga Mua, who now owns All Star Signs and Graphics.
 



Biz Beat: Get your ride hooked up at Samatua Tires and Auto Service

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Nothing says more about a person than their ride. The way it looks, the way it drives, the way it moves heads when it drives by all contribute – one way or another – to your image and reputation.
 
When you are behind the wheel of a sparkling, beautifully detailed vehicle with shiny chrome rims, you will get more attention than you want but at the same time, your self-esteem will be out of this world.
 



Biz Beat: Sook’s Sushi now under new management

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Ask anyone who has dined at Sook’s Sushi in Fagatogo and they’ll tell you that it was probably the best sashimi and beef kalbi they’ve ever had – at least that’s what the people who talked to Samoa News said.
 



Cool Stuff: Silky Boy Saw Magic

After extensive testing, Silky Boy hand saws join the elite Cool Stuff Hall of Fame life changing products. Like Goal Zero solar/battery backups, like Altera socks, like ESEE and Ken Onion CRKT knives, like the Flame Stower (...oh guess you'll read about that magic next week), the Silky Boy will make your life easier, safer, pretty up your home, save you money since you won't have to hire anyone, and could put money in your pocket. Sound a little too much?
 



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