The Honolulu Star is now selling a “Honor” ad, which is in honor of the state’s birthday.
The new ad features the “Honolulu” star of the Honolulu Star.
The Honolulu star advertises the Honolulu star and its “Honorees” in a video that also features a clip from the new ad.
The new ad will air in more than 30 markets nationwide and will feature the “honolulu” Star star.
“Honolulu is a city with a history and legacy of racial reconciliation,” the Star said in a statement, according to the Star.
“The city is home to two of the nation’s largest and most diverse African American populations, a diverse and culturally vibrant Asian American community, and a diverse community of Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities.”
The new video features a new song that is also featured in the new “Honorno” ad.
The song is called “Honokee,” which means “Honour.”
The “Honorton” star has also been a fixture in Honolulu for decades.
It was featured on the Honolulu flag for the last 20 years.
The Star has sold hundreds of thousands of tickets for the new Honolulu Star ad, according the Star, which added that the new ads are a step in “honourizing Hawaii.”
“Honour and celebration are at the heart of what we do and what we stand for,” the ad says.
“Honoring the Hawaiian people and honoring the city of Honolulu is at the core of what this business is all about.”