MNHCoC “Post-Election Recovery Night”
to Feature Open Mic, & Talk Story
November 9th Gathering at Maui Tropical Plantation
KAHULUI, HI – Tired of talking politics? The Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce has the answer. Back by popular demand, it is OPEN MIC night on at the next Talk Story evening at 5:30 PM, Wednesday, November 9 at Maui Tropical Plantation in Waikapu.
Caterer Hoʻaplili Ane will offer up a “Make Your Own Taco Salad Bar” for an evening of networking, jokes and talk story about anything except the election.
“Regardless of election results on November 8, I believe we will all welcome a break from one of the most bizarre presidential election seasons of our lifetime,” said MNHCoC president Teri Freitas Gorman. “Our members prefer to talk about working together to better our community. There is so much to be done right her on Maui Nei that we can’t afford to waste any more time talking about divisive scandals. It is time for all of us to come together again.”
Admission is $15 for members or $20 for non-members who pay online in advance. Advance payment may be made through PayPal on www.mnhcoc.org. Members who prefer to pay at the door will be charged $20 or $25 for non-members. To reserve your spot please visit www.mnhcoc.org or call 808-633-3079 by Sunday, November 6.
MNHCoC’s mission is “to promote and sustain Hawaiian values and culture, and enhance the socio-economic status of Native Hawaiians in business and as individuals.” Membership is open to anyone with an interest in perpetuating the spirit of Aloha through commerce, culture and community. The Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce welcomes Hawaiians and Hawaiians at Heart to share in their mission.