New KKCC Members Introduce Businesses at January AfterHours
By Fern Gavelek
NETWORKING—New Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce (KKCC) members have the opportunity to introduce themselves at monthly AfterHours events by taking the stage and sharing information about their business.
Three new business members took the mike at the first pau hana of the decade hosted by Kona Sports Center in Honokohau:
of Mom & Pop Business Funding
has lived on island 22 years and provides unsecured business funding for all businesses. With the theme, “we sell you money,” Mom & Pop helps businesses get their business plan and what’s needed to get money from a bank—or can finance businesses needing cash. Located in Kailua-Kona, 808-987-1351.
Kevin Perrino D.C., BCAO, CCSP
of Head and Neck Center of Hawai‘i
offers Atlas Orthogonal chiropractic treatment for migraines, headaches, concussion symptoms, TMJ and neck pain without the use of manual manipulation. The chiropractic specialty uses x-ray and a table to realign the first cervical vertebrae. Dr. Perrino is a Board-Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and a Certified Kinesio Taping Practitioner with a diploma in FIFA Football Medicine. Located in Kailua-Kona’s Hualalai Center, www.hancoh.com
Chris Lindborg and Mina Elison
of Donkey Mill Art Center
shared how the nonprofit Holualoa Foundation for Arts & Culture offers art experiences, workshops and exhibits. “We let you explore your creative side,” emphasized Elison. Located in Holualoa, Donkey Mill has been operating for 25 years, stages six exhibits annually and provides art education in local schools. The center’s annual art auction is February 29 at BMW in Kailua and community partnerships are available, www.donkeymillartcenter.org
NEW KKCC MEMBERS—From left: Chris Lindborg of Donkey Mill Art Center, David Lelm of Mom & Pop Business Funding, Dr. Kevin Perrino of Head and Neck Center of Hawai‘i and Mina Elison of Donkey Mill.