I am the one on Oahu with the Launch Green Rivian. I hope someone at Rivian reads this and gets their act together. Hawaii has 1.25 million registered vehicles and over 10% are EV's and growing exponentially every day. That means there are approximately 125,000 EV's registered on the roadways in Hawaii making it the second most of all 50 states, California is 1st with over 1/2 million registered EV's. Also Rivan needs to wake up and take into consideration Cost of Living in Hawaii, there are more Ferraris, Lambos, Jags, and Teslas per Capita then any other state, I see two or three Teslas at every red light I stop at. Hawaii may be small, but it has more disposable income then most states. Tesla has done it right by putting a focus on Sales/Service centers, Solar, and Battery Backup here. Hawaii is the quintessential place for EV's and a top choice for most businesses. Weather is perfect for EV's for Max range, there is sun 365 days a year and being close to equator means 12 hours of sun shine 365 days a year as well. Gas prices are high and Solar production is free!! This is the perfect place to build an adventure network, install some solar and charging stations on trails and beaches. Companies like Lowe's built the second larges Lowes with a drive through indoor lumber yard on Maui, because now they have a place in Maui to send executives and well deserving employees for training all as a Tax right off. I guarantee people will work a lot harder for an all expense paid trip to Hawaii for being a top employee. People like recognition, and perceived as valuable to their company more then actual money, and Rivan tags itself as being a Life Style, not a company, again making Hawaii a perfect fit as Hawaii is all about life style. Lastly if Rivian looks at the truck segment the #1 truck sold in Hawaii is the Toyota Tacoma, the exact size/style truck that Rivan is marketing towards.... Why compete against Ford Lightnings and GMC Hummers, Rivian is not the same category, Why not market in a state where your vehicle would be a top market segment?