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May Day Moment with Drive-Through Meals for Associates at The Westin Maui

May 2, 2020, 7:30 AM HST
* Updated May 2, 1:40 PM
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MAY DAY MOMENT WITH DRIVE-THROUGH MEALS FOR ASSOCIATES

At The Westin Maui Resort & Spa celebrated May Day

Unlike traditions in past years where May Day (also known as Lei Day) was celebrated with hotel guests and associates through festivities such as lei making, lei po’o making contest and even a Longest Lei Exchange, The Westin Maui Resort & Spa prepared and shared a traditional meal with associates the day prior, April 30, 2020.

“To help lighten the load during these extraordinary circumstances and more importantly to show sincere appreciation for Westin Maui ‘Ohana,” the hotel prepared eight hundred meals of kalua pork and cabbage with rice.  The meals were enough to feed a family of four and were provided through a drive-by pick up at the resort’s main entrance.

“This May Day, we are sharing our Aloha through a traditional meal for our associates who are the soul of our resort. The simple but meaningful meal allows us to show our thankfulness and let our associates know that they continue to remain in our hearts and we look forward to the day when we can welcome them back,” said resort general manager Gregg Lundberg.

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“We miss each and every associate who have often gone above and beyond in sharing their passion – whether at work, community events or family and friends. We would like to take this moment to say Mahalo Nui Loa, how much we appreciate them and think of them,” added Lundberg.

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Lundberg said that while the drive-up to pick-up meals was quick, it was a special occasion to connect and say Aloha.

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