Thursday, February 22, 2024
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Exploring Your Favorite Kaimuki Businesses Just Got Easier!

Keep it Kaimuki recently launched a new digital interactive map to help shoppers and diners explore Kaimuki

For years Kaimuki has been a hub for local businesses, attracting visitors and residents from all over the island. Now, shoppers and diners are able to explore their favorite Kaimuki businesses (and discover new ones!) by using Keep it Kaimuki’s new digital interactive map. Sponsored by 3650 Waialae and created by Design Asylum, the map features more than 40 local businesses — all of which can be sorted by location or business category, from medical and dental care to dining and home goods. Just some of the destinations that shoppers can search on the map include the iconic Okumura Building, which is home to unique shops, including Everyday Better by Green Meadows, Southpaw Studio, and The Calico Cat; as well as 3660 on the Rise, Bean About Town, Pipeline Bakeshop and Creamery, Red Pineapple, Sugarcane, Talk Kaimuki, Ten Tomorrow, and The Public Pet. Other highlights of the interactive map include:

  • Public parking locations
  • Neighborhood landmarks such as Fire Station 05 Kaimuki and Pu‘u O Kaimuki Park
  • Exclusive offers – including a code for discounts of up to 15% off – from participating businesses (customers will have to visit the map to access the discount codes)

“Our goal for this map is to not only highlight the amazing businesses that make Kaimuki so special, but also to provide an easy and accessible place to discover everything you need to know about each business, including the address, phone number and website,” said Jordan Lee, co-owner of the Public Pet and founder of Keep it Kaimuki. “We encourage the community and visitors to use our map to shop and dine at local businesses that support our families and local economy.”

The digital interactive map is just one of the many ways Keep it Kaimuki supports its small, yet mighty business community. In addition to Keep it Kaimuki Saturday – celebrated annually on Small Business Saturday – the grassroots movement supports local businesses in the neighborhood using social media, promotions and merchandise. 

For more information on Keep it Kaimuki and to view the digital interactive map, visit www.keepitkaimuki.com. Also follow Keep it Kaimuki on Facebook at www.facebook.com/keepitkaimuki and on Instagram at www.instagram.com/keepitkaimuki.

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