Cam Cavasso’s roots run deep in Hawaii. His great-grandfather Frank Davey was a Hawaiian photographer who served the royalty of the Hawaiian Kingdom in the late 1800’s. His photographs, including one of Princess Kaiulani at her Ainahou home, are featured in the bishop Museum.
Cam grew up in Kailua and learned the entrepreneurial spirit from a young age. While at Kailua High School, Cam started his first business which kicked off a life of entrepreneurship and built his great respect for helping the small-businessman succeed. After graduating Kailua High School, Cam attended the University of Colorado at Boulder on an ROTC scholarship.
After college, Cam served for five years in the Army, rising to the rank of Captain and learning the importance of caring for those Americans who dedicate their lives to defending freedom in the military.
Cam and his wife Tula raised five children on Oahu, and are now blessed to have 11 hapa-haole grandchildren. Cam and Tula now live on their farm in Waimanalo, where he owns Hydroseed Hawaii Nursery.
Cam’s strong business record has given him a great respect for the problem-solving capability of individuals. Entrepreneurs and Small business, when allowed to prosper by the government, are Hawaii’s greatest tools in creating job opportunity and economic growth.