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Hamai Appliance and Ogo Food Truck Serve Up 200 Lunches to Kaiser Clinics on Maui

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Maui’s Hamai Appliance and Ogo Food Truck served up more than 200 lunches for two Kaiser Clinics in Central Maui on Monday.

The two companies joined forces to thank medical workers for their ongoing efforts to keep Maui safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

“It’s our small way of showing appreciation for all that these medical people are doing for our community,” said Bryant Hamai, President of Hamai Appliance, a locally-owned company serving Maui for 50 years.

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Owner Grant Oura and Wesley Patoc of Ogo Food Truck were assisted by Matt Dela Cruz, Executive Chef of Humble Market Kitchin by Roy Yamaguchi in preparing the meals.

Kaiser workers were treated to a lunch of crispy garlic bites with aioli sauce, seared blue marlin with miso vinaigrette, rice and pesto mac salad.

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