Kona-Kohala Chamber Networking Event Open to Public

July 14, 2019, 12:00 PM HST
* Updated July 8, 7:39 AM
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The public is invited to the Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce’s networking event, AfterHours, from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 17, 2019, hosted by ProService Hawaii at Humpy’s Big Island Alehouse, located at 75-5815 Ali‘i Drive in Kailua-Kona.

Enjoy a delicious spread of summer pūpū from Humpy’s, including coconut shrimp, crab cakes, kalua pork sliders, wings, vegetable spring rolls and more.

Listen to updates from ProService Hawaii and talk story with chamber member businesses from all across West Hawai‘i.

The chamber’s monthly AfterHours—which meets every third Wednesday of the month—is a networking event for attendees to build their professional networks by connecting to the West Hawai‘i business community.

General admission is $30; $15 for chamber members and first-time non-members. Registration and prepayment is required; register at For additional information, contact the chamber at (808) 329-1758 or email [email protected].


ProService Hawaii opened its doors in 1994 with a small office in Kailua-Kona and a clear purpose: to help employers succeed in Hawai‘i. Today, as they celebrate their 25th anniversary, they represent 2,100-plus outstanding client partners and 35,000-plus worksite employees who depend on them for their paychecks, benefit plans, and more, along with 280-plus bright, responsive teammates of their own. Over the last 25 years, ProService Hawaii has grown from a small company to Hawai‘i’s largest Professional Employer Organization (PEO), and a thriving one at that—all because they’ve never lost sight of their original vision.


The Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce is a nonprofit member organization with nearly 500 business members located on the West Side of the island of Hawaiʻi. The organization exists to provide leadership and advocacy for a successful business environment in West Hawaiʻi and works to strengthen the local economy and promote the community. Find more information at or (808) 329-1758.

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