Molokai Businesses Represent
Twelve businesses from Molokai have been selected to be among a 130 of Maui County’s top businesses at the 2014 Made in Maui County Festival. They are selling products certified as 51 percent or greater Made in Hawaii.
The 2014 event will be held Nov. 8 from 8:30 a.m. til 4:30 p.m. at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center. Help the County of Maui – Office of Economic Development and Maui Chamber of Commerce, congratulate the following businesses.
Barking Deer Farm (Jamie Ronzello): Spiced coffee rub, sweet n’ spicy coffee rub, and hibiscus cooler tea from Molokai.
Kalapaki Girl Dezigns (Suzette/Ernest Kahana and Amber Andrade): One-of-a-kind vintage fabric apparel and accessories from Molokai.
Kanemitsu’s Bakery (George Kanemitsu): Locally made breads and other baked goods from Molokai.
Kealopiko Inc. (Ane Bakutis, Hina Kneubuhl, and Jamie Makasobe): Aloha apparel and accessories from Molokai.
Keaohulu ( Kahulu Peltier-Yaw): Kahili, Kahili hair picks, pan covers, table covers, and wallets from Molokai.
Kupu A`e Molokai (Kalae Tangonan, Mikiala Pescaia, and Leimana Ritte-Camara): Batik silk scarves, wraps, tops, and dresses from Molokai.
Lanakila Designs (Lyndon Dela Cruz): Artwork from Molokai with Polynesian tribal designs and unique fonts.
Pacifica Hawaii Fusion Corporation (Nancy Gove): Gourmet sea salt.
Pualani O Moloka`i Mana`e Grown Farm (Patty McCartney): Molokai-grown vanilla bean products and 100 percent Molokai venison doggie treats.
Rosebuds (Fina Kaauwai): Shell jewelry w/ shells handpicked on Molokai.
Something for Everybody — Na Mea Molokai (Wailani Tanaka, Maile Naehu, and Henohea Linker): Island-style apparel and accessories from head to toe from Molokai.
Teas and Coffees of Hawaii (Jessie Ford and Maria Holmes): Coffee cherry tisane blends and gourmet coffees from Molokai.
These businesses will also be representing the Molokai Chamber of Commerce’s Molokai Made in Hawaii Program.
For more information, please call the Kuha`o Business Center (808) 553-8100.