Maui Businesses Offer Great Deals on Facebook

December 6, 2010, 7:50 AM HST
* Updated December 6, 7:53 AM
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By Katie McMillan

From music downloads to free yoga, many Maui businesses are building their communities on Facebook. What does that mean for you? Lots of discounts, freebies and event invitations from the island businesses you love the most.

lululemon athletica offers free community yoga classes

Here are a few of today’s hot posts.

Timba is offering a few download of house music legend Marques Wyatt’s set from his appearance just a few weeks ago.

Hale Ho’omana Spa Retreat is offering free lomi lomi massages by student apprentices.


David Paul’s Island Grill is gearing up for The Diva Club’s one-year anniversary party on December 11th from 7-10pm. The event features Chef Bev Gannon & Chef David Paul, Who Cut the Cheese, Kenwood Champagne, Grey Goose Vodka and Kona Brew Co. $25/ non-members and $15 for existing Diva Club Members.


The Maui Film Festival is heavily promoting the film Waste Land, which is screening during the First Light screenings at the MACC on Wednesday, December 29th at 4pm. It just won a gold medal at the International Documentary Awards. Barry Rivers describes it as “one of the most amazing and uplifting films (fact or fiction) that you will ever see.”

The South Shore Tiki Lounge is closed for lunch today so their staff can kick back and relax at the beach.

lululemon athletica offers free community yoga classes which are posted on their Facebook page.


The Social Scene covers island buzz—from people and parties to the chitter chatter of what people are talking about on Facebook and Twitter. Send your Social Scene tips to [email protected]

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