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private:c.s.wo&sons-2 1360723 May 23rd, 2019 12:00AM C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. 170 65.00 Open Furniture May 22nd, 2019 08:49PM May 22nd, 2019 08:49PM With our family behind us…we are constantly moving forward. Born out of the entrepreneurial spirit of the early 1900s, Ching Sing Wo opened a general merchandise store on North King Street in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1909. As Hawaii grew and prospered, so did the C. S. Wo general store. In 1942, the general store was transformed into a furniture store. At the same time, the sons of Ching Sing Wo, Bob, Jim, and Bill joined the thriving family business and the company was renamed C. S. Wo & Sons. For the next three decades, the business grew. The dock strike in 1949 inspired the brothers to open up the CSMF upholstery and casegoods factory. In 1954, the brothers bought out their largest competitor, Vans Furniture, and broadened their retail operation to the neighbor islands. In the early 1980s, the third generation joined the company. Robert Wo's sons, Bub, Wendell, Mike, Ben, and Scott brought their own ideas and knowledge to the business. C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. continues to offer a variety of furniture to Hawaii consumers. Currently these retailers are C. S. Wo & Sons, HomeWorld Furniture, SlumberWorld, Ashley HomeStore, America's Mattress and Red Knot. Besides offering consumers brand name furniture, bedding, and accessories from around the world, C. S. Wo & Sons also offers complimentary professional design services. With the growth of business, every generation has kept the tradition of supporting nonprofit organizations throughout the community. New store openings and special in-store events customarily benefit local artists, arts, and human service institutions. Family members also offer their personal time and business expertise serving on various community boards. Open Furniture, Accessories, Interior Decor, Mattresses & Bedding Open 702 S Beretania St Honolulu Hawaii US Food Producers Consumer Staples
private:c.s.wo&sons-2 1360723 Mar 19th, 2018 12:00AM C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. 128 62.00 Open Furniture Mar 18th, 2018 11:50PM Mar 18th, 2018 11:50PM Open Food Producers Consumer Staples
private:c.s.wo&sons-2 1360723 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. 119 61.00 Open Furniture Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM With our family behind us…we are constantly moving forward. Born out of the entrepreneurial spirit of the early 1900s, Ching Sing Wo opened a general merchandise store on North King Street in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1909. As Hawaii grew and prospered, so did the C. S. Wo general store. In 1942, the general store was transformed into a furniture store. At the same time, the sons of Ching Sing Wo, Bob, Jim, and Bill joined the thriving family business and the company was renamed C. S. Wo & Sons. For the next three decades, the business grew. The dock strike in 1949 inspired the brothers to open up the CSMF upholstery and casegoods factory. In 1954, the brothers bought out their largest competitor, Vans Furniture, and broadened their retail operation to the neighbor islands. In the early 1980s, the third generation joined the company. Robert Wo's sons, Bub, Wendell, Mike, Ben, and Scott brought their own ideas and knowledge to the business. C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. continues to offer a variety of furniture to Hawaii consumers. Currently these retailers are C. S. Wo & Sons, HomeWorld Furniture, SlumberWorld, Ashley HomeStore, and Red Knot. Besides offering consumers brand name furniture, bedding, and accessories from around the world, C. S. Wo & Sons also offers complimentary professional design services. With the growth of business, every generation has kept the tradition of supporting nonprofit organizations throughout the community. New store openings and special in-store events customarily benefit local artists, arts, and human service institutions. Family members also offer their personal time and business expertise serving on various community boards. Food Producers Consumer Staples
private:c.s.wo&sons-2 1360723 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. 119 61.00 Open Furniture Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM With our family behind us…we are constantly moving forward. Born out of the entrepreneurial spirit of the early 1900s, Ching Sing Wo opened a general merchandise store on North King Street in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1909. As Hawaii grew and prospered, so did the C. S. Wo general store. In 1942, the general store was transformed into a furniture store. At the same time, the sons of Ching Sing Wo, Bob, Jim, and Bill joined the thriving family business and the company was renamed C. S. Wo & Sons. For the next three decades, the business grew. The dock strike in 1949 inspired the brothers to open up the CSMF upholstery and casegoods factory. In 1954, the brothers bought out their largest competitor, Vans Furniture, and broadened their retail operation to the neighbor islands. In the early 1980s, the third generation joined the company. Robert Wo's sons, Bub, Wendell, Mike, Ben, and Scott brought their own ideas and knowledge to the business. C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. continues to offer a variety of furniture to Hawaii consumers. Currently these retailers are C. S. Wo & Sons, HomeWorld Furniture, SlumberWorld, Ashley HomeStore, and Red Knot. Besides offering consumers brand name furniture, bedding, and accessories from around the world, C. S. Wo & Sons also offers complimentary professional design services. With the growth of business, every generation has kept the tradition of supporting nonprofit organizations throughout the community. New store openings and special in-store events customarily benefit local artists, arts, and human service institutions. Family members also offer their personal time and business expertise serving on various community boards. Food Producers Consumer Staples
private:c.s.wo&sons-2 1360723 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. 119 61.00 Open Furniture Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM With our family behind us…we are constantly moving forward. Born out of the entrepreneurial spirit of the early 1900s, Ching Sing Wo opened a general merchandise store on North King Street in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1909. As Hawaii grew and prospered, so did the C. S. Wo general store. In 1942, the general store was transformed into a furniture store. At the same time, the sons of Ching Sing Wo, Bob, Jim, and Bill joined the thriving family business and the company was renamed C. S. Wo & Sons. For the next three decades, the business grew. The dock strike in 1949 inspired the brothers to open up the CSMF upholstery and casegoods factory. In 1954, the brothers bought out their largest competitor, Vans Furniture, and broadened their retail operation to the neighbor islands. In the early 1980s, the third generation joined the company. Robert Wo's sons, Bub, Wendell, Mike, Ben, and Scott brought their own ideas and knowledge to the business. C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. continues to offer a variety of furniture to Hawaii consumers. Currently these retailers are C. S. Wo & Sons, HomeWorld Furniture, SlumberWorld, Ashley HomeStore, and Red Knot. Besides offering consumers brand name furniture, bedding, and accessories from around the world, C. S. Wo & Sons also offers complimentary professional design services. With the growth of business, every generation has kept the tradition of supporting nonprofit organizations throughout the community. New store openings and special in-store events customarily benefit local artists, arts, and human service institutions. Family members also offer their personal time and business expertise serving on various community boards. Food Producers Consumer Staples
private:c.s.wo&sons-2 1360723 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. 119 61.00 Open Furniture Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM With our family behind us…we are constantly moving forward. Born out of the entrepreneurial spirit of the early 1900s, Ching Sing Wo opened a general merchandise store on North King Street in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1909. As Hawaii grew and prospered, so did the C. S. Wo general store. In 1942, the general store was transformed into a furniture store. At the same time, the sons of Ching Sing Wo, Bob, Jim, and Bill joined the thriving family business and the company was renamed C. S. Wo & Sons. For the next three decades, the business grew. The dock strike in 1949 inspired the brothers to open up the CSMF upholstery and casegoods factory. In 1954, the brothers bought out their largest competitor, Vans Furniture, and broadened their retail operation to the neighbor islands. In the early 1980s, the third generation joined the company. Robert Wo's sons, Bub, Wendell, Mike, Ben, and Scott brought their own ideas and knowledge to the business. C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. continues to offer a variety of furniture to Hawaii consumers. Currently these retailers are C. S. Wo & Sons, HomeWorld Furniture, SlumberWorld, Ashley HomeStore, and Red Knot. Besides offering consumers brand name furniture, bedding, and accessories from around the world, C. S. Wo & Sons also offers complimentary professional design services. With the growth of business, every generation has kept the tradition of supporting nonprofit organizations throughout the community. New store openings and special in-store events customarily benefit local artists, arts, and human service institutions. Family members also offer their personal time and business expertise serving on various community boards. Food Producers Consumer Staples
private:c.s.wo&sons-2 1360723 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. 119 61.00 Open Furniture Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM With our family behind us…we are constantly moving forward. Born out of the entrepreneurial spirit of the early 1900s, Ching Sing Wo opened a general merchandise store on North King Street in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1909. As Hawaii grew and prospered, so did the C. S. Wo general store. In 1942, the general store was transformed into a furniture store. At the same time, the sons of Ching Sing Wo, Bob, Jim, and Bill joined the thriving family business and the company was renamed C. S. Wo & Sons. For the next three decades, the business grew. The dock strike in 1949 inspired the brothers to open up the CSMF upholstery and casegoods factory. In 1954, the brothers bought out their largest competitor, Vans Furniture, and broadened their retail operation to the neighbor islands. In the early 1980s, the third generation joined the company. Robert Wo's sons, Bub, Wendell, Mike, Ben, and Scott brought their own ideas and knowledge to the business. C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. continues to offer a variety of furniture to Hawaii consumers. Currently these retailers are C. S. Wo & Sons, HomeWorld Furniture, SlumberWorld, Ashley HomeStore, and Red Knot. Besides offering consumers brand name furniture, bedding, and accessories from around the world, C. S. Wo & Sons also offers complimentary professional design services. With the growth of business, every generation has kept the tradition of supporting nonprofit organizations throughout the community. New store openings and special in-store events customarily benefit local artists, arts, and human service institutions. Family members also offer their personal time and business expertise serving on various community boards. Food Producers Consumer Staples
private:c.s.wo&sons-2 1360723 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. 119 61.00 Open Furniture Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM With our family behind us…we are constantly moving forward. Born out of the entrepreneurial spirit of the early 1900s, Ching Sing Wo opened a general merchandise store on North King Street in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1909. As Hawaii grew and prospered, so did the C. S. Wo general store. In 1942, the general store was transformed into a furniture store. At the same time, the sons of Ching Sing Wo, Bob, Jim, and Bill joined the thriving family business and the company was renamed C. S. Wo & Sons. For the next three decades, the business grew. The dock strike in 1949 inspired the brothers to open up the CSMF upholstery and casegoods factory. In 1954, the brothers bought out their largest competitor, Vans Furniture, and broadened their retail operation to the neighbor islands. In the early 1980s, the third generation joined the company. Robert Wo's sons, Bub, Wendell, Mike, Ben, and Scott brought their own ideas and knowledge to the business. C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. continues to offer a variety of furniture to Hawaii consumers. Currently these retailers are C. S. Wo & Sons, HomeWorld Furniture, SlumberWorld, Ashley HomeStore, and Red Knot. Besides offering consumers brand name furniture, bedding, and accessories from around the world, C. S. Wo & Sons also offers complimentary professional design services. With the growth of business, every generation has kept the tradition of supporting nonprofit organizations throughout the community. New store openings and special in-store events customarily benefit local artists, arts, and human service institutions. Family members also offer their personal time and business expertise serving on various community boards. Food Producers Consumer Staples
private:c.s.wo&sons-2 1360723 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. 119 61.00 Open Furniture Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM With our family behind us…we are constantly moving forward. Born out of the entrepreneurial spirit of the early 1900s, Ching Sing Wo opened a general merchandise store on North King Street in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1909. As Hawaii grew and prospered, so did the C. S. Wo general store. In 1942, the general store was transformed into a furniture store. At the same time, the sons of Ching Sing Wo, Bob, Jim, and Bill joined the thriving family business and the company was renamed C. S. Wo & Sons. For the next three decades, the business grew. The dock strike in 1949 inspired the brothers to open up the CSMF upholstery and casegoods factory. In 1954, the brothers bought out their largest competitor, Vans Furniture, and broadened their retail operation to the neighbor islands. In the early 1980s, the third generation joined the company. Robert Wo's sons, Bub, Wendell, Mike, Ben, and Scott brought their own ideas and knowledge to the business. C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. continues to offer a variety of furniture to Hawaii consumers. Currently these retailers are C. S. Wo & Sons, HomeWorld Furniture, SlumberWorld, Ashley HomeStore, and Red Knot. Besides offering consumers brand name furniture, bedding, and accessories from around the world, C. S. Wo & Sons also offers complimentary professional design services. With the growth of business, every generation has kept the tradition of supporting nonprofit organizations throughout the community. New store openings and special in-store events customarily benefit local artists, arts, and human service institutions. Family members also offer their personal time and business expertise serving on various community boards. Food Producers Consumer Staples
private:c.s.wo&sons-2 1360723 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. 119 61.00 Open Furniture Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM With our family behind us…we are constantly moving forward. Born out of the entrepreneurial spirit of the early 1900s, Ching Sing Wo opened a general merchandise store on North King Street in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1909. As Hawaii grew and prospered, so did the C. S. Wo general store. In 1942, the general store was transformed into a furniture store. At the same time, the sons of Ching Sing Wo, Bob, Jim, and Bill joined the thriving family business and the company was renamed C. S. Wo & Sons. For the next three decades, the business grew. The dock strike in 1949 inspired the brothers to open up the CSMF upholstery and casegoods factory. In 1954, the brothers bought out their largest competitor, Vans Furniture, and broadened their retail operation to the neighbor islands. In the early 1980s, the third generation joined the company. Robert Wo's sons, Bub, Wendell, Mike, Ben, and Scott brought their own ideas and knowledge to the business. C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd. continues to offer a variety of furniture to Hawaii consumers. Currently these retailers are C. S. Wo & Sons, HomeWorld Furniture, SlumberWorld, Ashley HomeStore, and Red Knot. Besides offering consumers brand name furniture, bedding, and accessories from around the world, C. S. Wo & Sons also offers complimentary professional design services. With the growth of business, every generation has kept the tradition of supporting nonprofit organizations throughout the community. New store openings and special in-store events customarily benefit local artists, arts, and human service institutions. Family members also offer their personal time and business expertise serving on various community boards. Food Producers Consumer Staples

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