Locally Made “Hi Biz” Ornaments Include Maui Favorites

November 22, 2019, 11:37 AM HST · Updated November 22, 11:37 AM
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Several Maui business are featured in a unique series of Hi Biz ornaments, a first-ever collaboration between 27 local Hawaiʻi businesses.  The public is invited to deck their tree with island business inspired ornaments as a fun way to support their favorite local eateries and businesses this holiday season.  Among the Maui businesses included are: Maui Brewing CompanySabado Studio & Boutique and Kupu Spirits.

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    Other companies with a Maui presence include: Cinnamon Girl, Crazy Shirts, Hawaiian Airlines, Pictures Plus and Zippy’s.

    “Each ornament truly celebrates the business it represents—from the iconic loco moco plate at Rainbows Drive-In and onolicious Zip Min at Zippy’s to the hibiscus flower logo at Hawaiian Airlines and bowling pin and ball for Aiea Bowl—anyone who has spent time in Hawaiʻi will recognize some of their favorite spots represented,” said Kira Kaloi, Marketing Director. “This new program is a way for us to allow our shoppers to really ‘buy local.’ Not only are the ornaments made and designed right here in the islands, but they also support the businesses they represent.”

    The new program was created by Pictures Plus and CocoNene as a way to promote island businesses during the holiday season.

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    “This year’s limited-edition inaugural collection features 27 beloved companies across Hawaiʻi and is the perfect stocking stuffer or gift idea for anyone who wants a little aloha spirit in their home this holiday season,” said creators. “All wood ornaments were crafted in Kapolei to ensure that customers receive a beautiful high-quality ornament.”

    Moore Aloha is the non-profit partner for the 2019 HI Biz Ornaments collection. One-hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale of all Moore Aloha ornaments will go to the Moore Aloha Charitable Foundation, which was started by Hawaiʻi surf phenom Carissa Moore to use surfing as a platform to empower and inspire young women to be involved in their communities.

    Ornaments are $14 each and are available for purchase thru Dec. 15, 2019 online. Buy four or more and use code “MAHALO” at checkout to receive free shipping. Or purchase all 27 ornaments in the HI Biz collectible online for $250 and save $128.  Ornaments are limited edition. Each ornament is limited to 1,000 pieces and once they sell out, creators say “the collection will be gone forever.”

    Maui Brewing Company. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Sabado Studio & Boutique. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

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    Kupu Spirits. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Liliha Bakery. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

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    Cinnamon Girl. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

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    Crazy Shirts. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Diamond BakeryPC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Aiea Hustlers Baseball Club. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Island Shave Ice & Creamery. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Kahala Sportswear. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Kahala Sportswear. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

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    Na Mea Kupono. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Pictures Plus. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Rainbow’s Drive-In. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Sandy Feet Hawaiʻi. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Taj Clubhouse. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    The Christmas Bar. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Tiki’s Grill & Bar. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Zippy’s. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Hawaii Magazine. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Aiea Bowl. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

    Los Chaparros Mexican Restaurant. PC: Hi Biz Ornaments

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