16 Mar News Release #42 – “111-HAWAII Booth” at Honolulu Festival!
News Release #42 – “111-HAWAII Booth” at Honolulu Festival!
Hawaii local revitalization booth supported by JTB Hawaii
Spread the greatness of Made in Hawaii products at Honolulu Festival where visitors gather from all over the world!
The 22nd “Honolulu Festival” was held during 3/11–3/13 mainly at their main stage Hawaii Convention Center, performing various events at Ala Moana Center and Waikiki Beach Walk as well. Kalakaua Avenue was blocked off for the Grand Parade on the last day and later, Nagaoka Fireworks from Niigata prefecture of Japan was set off to the skies of Waikiki Beach area to close the 22nd Honolulu Festival.
The popular “Craft Fair” was held on 12th and 13th where various regions of the Pacific Rim including Hawaii, Japan, Australia and the U.S. Mainland performed and displayed numerous traditional and modern dance and music to arts, crafts, and workshops. With the help of JTB Hawaii, “111-HAWAII PROJECT” also joined as a special booth.
At the booth, we introduced the local revitalization and social contribution activities the project has done, as well as the greatness of Made in Hawaii products to all the visitors and participants from all over the world that gathered to this festival. We served samples of our Iced 100% Kona Coffee, Mamaki Tea, and Uacoco during the event, while also selling the project products. The booth constantly formed a crowd and showed a very positive response.
The main stage, Hawaii Convention Center
111-HAWAII PROJECT booth was very popular! We were able to introduce how great Made in Hawaii is to many visitors.
Miss Kona Coffee came to visit! The participants of the project lent their support and helped the booth.
Nobuaki Hattori, mayor of Shigasaki-shi, Japan who’s the partner of industrial exchange with 111-HAWAII PROJECT also came by!