Business Networking Tonight in Waimea & Nov 14 in Waikoloa

November 6, 2012, 6:03 AM HST
* Updated November 6, 11:02 AM
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The Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce will hold two business networking events in the next eight days at different locations in West Hawaii.

Its monthly Business First! Tuesday event is tonight in Waimea from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the Parker Ranch Broiler.

This particular event is co-sponsored by the Rotary of North Hawaii and is also a Rotary make-up function.

The informal networking event is free and open to people who do business in North Hawaii or want to do business in North Hawaii. Registration is not required.

KKCC will hold its monthly After Hours event at two locales on Nov. 14 at Anae’hoomalu Bay, Waikoloa.


The Chamber’s After Hours mixers are monthly events hosted by businesses around west Hawaii to focus on networking, enjoying great food, and meeting other members of the business community.


For this month’s event, members can meet by sea or by land. KKCC members have the option of enjoying a trip on one of Ocean Sports’ sailboats or if they prefer to stay on land, to meet at the Lava Lava Beach Club.

Boat-only registration begins at 4:30 p.m. with the boat departing Anae’hoomalu Bay at 5 p.m.

After the boat returns at 6 p.m., everyone will gather at Lava Lava Beach Club for pupus, entertainment, and networking.


In addition to KKCC, the event is sponsored by Aloha Kohala Realty, Ocean Sports, and Lava Lava Beach Club.

Space is limited and walk-ins will not be allowed. Reservations are required by November 9 and the cost is $10 for members, $25 for non-members (wait list only). Payment is required when registering.

Due to the popularity of this event only two representatives will be allowed per business.

For more information on either event contact the Chamber office at 329-1758 or email Carrie at [email protected]‐

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