VASH Hawaii Island to be featured at HI Chamber event
The Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce will feature VASH (Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii) Hawaii Island at its next session in its Brown Bag Lunch Series from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday in the conference room of the Hawaii Innovation Center at 117 Keawe St. in downtown Hilo.
These free presentations offer Chamber member businesses and organizations an opportunity to share information about their services and products and network with other members and community.
This is open to the public. Bring a brown bag lunch. Water and coffee will be served.
VASH Hawaii Island’s mission is to share the aloha spirit with visitors affected by adversity. VASH recognizes even during the fun and relaxation of vacations, unfortunate events can happen. And when far from home, visitors do not usually have access to their own support systems and resources.
Learn why VASH is an essential resource for business in the tourism industry and how it functions with the Hawaii Police Department, local hospitals, airport security and others in the visitor industry.
For more information about this presentation or the Chamber, contact Miles Yoshioka at 935-7178 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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