QKC offers airline miles promotion
Event draws 30 small businesses
Shoppers who spend at least $100 at a Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center store on one day can receive four times the value in HawaiianMiles in a mall promotion that runs through Jan. 31.
Shoppers need to bring their receipts or combined receipts to the center’s guest services desk.
Foodland and center office building tenants are excluded from the offer, as are center gift cards; bill payments; prescription insurance co-pays; gratuities and tax; and furniture, mattresses, electronics and car services at Sears.
HawaiianMiles members will earn four HawaiianMiles for every $1 spent. A maximum of 1,600 miles ($400 total receipts) may be earned during the promotion period.
Customers must be 18 years or older, have an active HawaiianMiles number and photo identification with signature to receive miles.
For more information, visit queenkaahumanucenter.com or stop by the center guest services desk.
More than 30 separate Maui-owned small businesses were represented at three “Rock Your Business 2019” workshops by the Maui Business Brainstormers on Jan. 3 at the Maui County Business Resource Center.
Attendees learned about writing news releases, setting up Wi-Fi systems and standards for their businesses, and strategies for how to integrate business core values into marketing, sales and customer service standards.
The highlight of the day was a panel discussion on “Be a Champion of Marketing, Sales and Customer Service,” with Debra Finkiewicz, owner of Maui Closet Co.; Diane Haynes Woodburn, publisher of Maui No Ka ‘Oi magazine; and Alyson Winters, district manager of Food Pantry.
Attendees included specialty food providers, nonprofit directors of radio and music organizations, financial and accounting consultants, startup businesses in health and wellbeing, and mom-and-pop retail establishments.
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Panelists Debra Finkiewicz (from left), owner of Maui Closet Co.; Diane Haynes Woodburn, publisher of Maui No Ka ‘Oi magazine; and Alyson Winters, district manager of Food Pantry, talk story about sales, marketing and customer service at the Maui Brainstormers “Rock Your Business in 2019” event Jan. 3 at the Maui County Business Resource Center.