Wailea Marriott Donates 25 Cases of Oatmeal to Maui Food Bank

March 5, 2013, 9:02 AM HST · Updated March 5, 12:22 PM
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Wailea Marriott makes oatmeal donation to the Maui Food Bank. Courtesy photo.

Wailea Marriott makes oatmeal donation to the Maui Food Bank. Courtesy photo.

By Wendy Osher

The Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa is donating 25 cases of Oatmeal to the Maui Food Bank today.

Hotel officials say the donation translates to 2,400 healthy meals for the people of Maui County, who are supported by the Maui Food Bank.

Wailea Marriott General Manager, Bill Countryman initiated the donation effort after learning of the need and opportunity to help.

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Food & Beverage Manager, Lawrence Wong followed up with the organization and made arrangements for the delivery of the donation.

Information on how to assist the Maui Food Bank is available by visiting www.mauifoodbank.org, or by contacting them directly at (808) 243-9500.

Wailea Marriott F&B Manager, Lawrence Wong Wailea Marriott’s F&B Supervisor, Kyle Arai Executive Secretary, Kiyo Miller Director of Sales & Marketing. Scott Obley Maui Food Bank’s Keith Wright Wailea Marriott’s Nalani Aki and Katherine Gaul Maui Food Bank Board Chairman Mark Harbison Maui Food Bank Executive Director, Richard Yust.

Wailea Marriott F&B Manager, Lawrence Wong; Wailea Marriott’s F&B Supervisor, Kyle Arai; Executive Secretary, Kiyo Miller; Director of Sales & Marketing, Scott Obley; Maui Food Bank’s Keith Wright; Wailea Marriott’s Nalani Aki and Katherine Gaul; Maui Food Bank Board Chairman Mark Harbison; and Maui Food Bank Executive Director, Richard Yust.

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