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LIHU‘E — Island Images Hawai‘i donated several cartons of shirts, Tuesday to The Salvation Army.
“These are blanks remaining from the closure of the Kmart store, and we still sell them on Saturdays,” said Ethel Santos of Island Images Hawai‘i. “They’re not logo-ed shirts since the logo wear belong to the logo owners. We loaded several boxes of shirts.”
Morgan Lopez, the executive director of the Hawai‘i Lodging &Tourism Association, Kaua‘i Branch, said Island Images Hawai‘i is an HLTA member, and are currently waiting on the finalization of this year’s Charity Walk shirts before proceeding.
“These shirts that were donated will be taken back to The Salvation Army and will be put together with personal health items for a package that will be distributed to the homeless population by the Salvation Army,” Lopez said. “These are sorely needed, especially during these COVID-19 times.”
Island Images Hawai‘i also prints some of the school wear for some of the schools on the island.
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