Keauhou Shopping Center Celebrates Class of 2021

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As many Kailua-Kona students prepare to take their next steps after graduation, Keauhou Shopping Center is planning to honor local graduates through the #ScholarSpree sweepstakes.

To honor the Class of 2021, Keauhou Shopping Center’s managing agent, Washington Prime Group (WPG), will host a national contest called #ScholarSpree. WPG is giving away $10,000 to 13 lucky winners who will have the chance to win prizes ranging from $500 to $3,000 to spend at any WPG town center nationwide. The prize money is intended to help graduates prepare for their next steps after graduation.

High school and college graduates from the class of 2021 are encouraged to enter the contest by entering their name and email on the #ScholarSpree landing page and selecting Keauhou Shopping Center. Graduates may receive bonus entries through different actions on social media, like tagging friends in #ScholarSpree posts or following Keauhou Shopping Center’s social media accounts. The #ScholarSpree contest will run from May 10 until June 7. Winners will be notified and announced June 9.

“The Class of 2021 has had a challenging year, and we are so proud of the ways they have shown resilience and fostered connections with each other through it all,” said Colene DeMello, General Manager, Keauhou Shopping Center. “We’re proud to show our local 2021 graduates some love and appreciation through #ScholarSpree, as one of many ways that Keauhou Shopping Center continues to show our support for the community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.”


Keauhou Shopping Center invites graduates and their families to take photos in front of the selfie wall and tag them on social media @shopkeauhou.


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