Maui Business

Luncheon to Be Held for Maui Entertainment Community

January 21, 2016, 9:15 AM HST
* Updated January 21, 8:22 AM
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MBB-MNHCoC-Special-Event-The-Keys-to-Success-for-Performing-Artists-Musicians-Promoters-Jan-25-2016-MauiMaui Business Brainstormers and Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce invite the community involved with the entertainment field to attend a special luncheon event on Monday, Jan. 25, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at King Kamehameha Golf Club.

“It’s first time that an event 100% focused on the entertainment business world will be held on Maui and in our Aloha State,” said MBB organizer Grace Fung.

“We are thrilled that this special event counts with the official recognition from the highly regarded groups like Musicians’ Association of Hawai’i, Institute of Hawaiian Music, Hawai‘i Academy of Recording Arts and Hale Ho‘ike‘ike,” said MBB and MNHCoC in a joint statement. “These are the movers and shakers that play big to help the performing arts and music industry in the State of Hawai’i thrive.”

Members from MAH, IHM, HARA and Hale Ho‘ike‘ike will also attend “The Keys to Success for Performing Artists, Musicians & Promoters,” an event strictly focused on delivering invaluable information that helps the performing artists, musicians, promoters and anyone considering career in entertainment business.

The guest speaker, Loren Weisman, will come from Orlando for this event.


The guest panelists from Maui will include Michael Elam, Teri Freitas Gorman and Wayne Wong.


MAH President Steve Pearson, who will come from O‘ahu for this event, will serve as the guest moderator.

The event will also include participation from IHM and HARA representatives.

The event is free; the $35 admission covers the non-sponsored portion of the lunch; however, participants who choose not to eat lunch are also charged $35. View the menu online.


Reservations are required and must be made online with MBB by Sunday, Jan. 24.

Musicians’ Association of Hawai’i
Institute of Hawaiian Music
Hawai‘i Academy of Recording Arts
Hale Ho‘ike‘ike, Bailey House Museum 

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