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Wailuku Merchants Announce “Shop The Street” on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 27

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PC: (file 2016) Jackie Goring and Megan Kanekoa at Wailuku Coffee Co. Shop / Small Saturday

Wailuku Town will hold a “Shop The Street” event as part of Small Business Saturday on Nov. 27, 2021. A total of 14 shops on Market and Main Streets will participate from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

One lucky winner will be randomly drawn to win a grand prize giveaway.  Each store will have a drop-box and stamp cards that shoppers will fill out and turn in at the end of completion to any participating merchant. There is a limit of one card per person, and there is no purchase necessary to enter.

Participating shops include: 

  • Rooted in Wailuku – 1942 Main Street 
  • Native Intelligence – 1980 Main Street #2 
  • Friends & Faire – 1980 Main Street #4 
  • Paradise Now – 7 N Market Street 
  • Requests Music – 10 N Market Street 
  • Brown Eyed Bella – 21 N Market Street 
  • Kua‘aina Hale Ku‘ai – 24 N Market Street 
  • Wailuku Coffee Co. – 26 N Market Street 
  • Sandell Artworks – 34 N Market Street
  • Sabado Studios – 38 N Market Street
  • Green Ti Massage – 40 N Market Street
  • Cut Market – 45 N Market Street
  • Mystery Maui – 81 N Market Street 
  • Maui Sporting Goods – 92 N Market Street 

Parking is available throughout Wailuku Town with overflow parking at Wells Park. 

“Shoppers will have a fun time playing this stamp game and you’ll have a great time finding awesome holiday gifts at Wailuku grown shops,” said Jamie Anderson, owner of Friends & Faire, who is helping to coordinate the promotion. “We encourage everyone to support our island’s small businesses this holiday season and all year-round.”

Small Business Saturday is a national shopping day that takes place the Saturday after Thanksgiving. American Express founded Small Business Saturday in 2010. Since then, the event has evolved into a Shop Small® movement that encourages consumers to support local businesses and communities year-round.


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