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Skyline Eco-Adventures Supports Local Food Banks

October 23, 2015, 7:42 AM HST
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Skyline Eco-Adventures photo.

Skyline Eco-Adventures photo.

Skyline Eco-Adventures, a commercial zipline company and operator of the first zipline course in the US, launched its second annual Skyline Loves Kama‘āina Hawai‘i resident promotion in October supporting local food banks on Maui and Kaua‘i.

Skyline Eco-Adventures offered free zipline tours in October to Hawai‘i residents on Skyline’s two Maui courses, including Skyline Haleakalā and Skyline Kā‘anapali, along with Skyline Poipu on Kaua‘i.  The promotion included the donation of five non-perishable food items per person to support local food banks. The promotion zipped over 350 kama‘āina residents supporting the donation of more than 1,800 food items to the Maui Food Bank and Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank

Skyline will hold its fifth annual Zip 4 The Trees fundraising event benefiting Maui’s Children’s Charities on Sunday, Nov.15, 2015, on the Skyline Haleakalā Course.

Skyline Eco-Adventures is committed to giving back to the communities they operate in and as a member of 1% For The Planet, Skyline donates 1% of annual revenues to local community and conservation causes.

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