Martin & MacArthur Donates Percentage of Profits to Community Organizations

HONOLULU, HAWAII – Martin & MacArthur, Hawaii’s leading purveyor of fine koa furnishings, will be opening its flagship store at Ward Center and donating a percentage of the profits to two important community organizations, the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) and the Palama Settlement. The Grand Opening Event will take place on Saturday, August 8th at their new store on the corner of Kamakee and Auahi street, adjacent to Kakaako Kitchen at Ward Center.

"We are so humbled by the generosity of the team at Martin & MacArthur," said Robin Puanani Danner, CNHA President and CEO. "To have a company join the neighborhood and extend a giving hand in these tough economic times is a sure way to make good neighbors and long lasting impressions in the community. We welcome Martin & MacArthur and offer many Mahalos!"

The newest Martin & MacArthur store will feature newly designed koa furniture inspired by actual pieces owned by Hawaiian monarchs, feather kahilis and leis made in the tradition of old Hawaii, Hawaiian kapa cloth by renowned artisan Dalani Tanahy, Hawaiian weapons by several local craftsmen, and the widest assortment of koa jewelry boxes, koa bowls, and koa platters, in addition to other home accessories made by local Hawaiian craftsmen and women.

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