County, Kaua‘i businesses calls for aloha

LIHU‘E – The County of Kaua’i, has partnered up with Kaua‘i Chamber of Commerce to start a new campaign that will offer local restaurants and retailers free promotional support through a program called: “Aloha for Kaua‘i.” 

“Aloha for Kaua‘i is about putting aside differences and uniting to support each other as a community,” said Mark Perriello, president & CEO of Kaua‘i Chamber of Commerce.

Under the Kauai Economic Recovery Strategy Team business sector (KERST), “Aloha for Kaua‘i” is purposive on supporting and promoting Kaua‘i’s small business owners during the pandemic.

According to KERST, their goal is to assist small businesses and it’s consumers to connect.

The benefits of joining includes: professional photography, one full week of business promotion via social media, collaboration and cross-promotion through County of Kaua‘i and Kaua‘i Chamber of Commerce’s network of media partners, influencers, and community leaders.

Local restaurants and retailers will also be featured on @alohaforkauai social media platforms, and they will get paid social media ads driving traffic to their business including a 60-minute Facebook Live segment.

Other sponsors of this campaign includes KUPA‘A KAUA‘I, The Shops at Kukui‘ula and Jaxon Communicaitons.

Small business owners of restaurants and retails may sign up here:


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