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Other PCC Related News – October 2...

  WIN A “FAMILY-TRIP” HAWAII VACATION   The Polynesian Cultural Center is sponsoring a family-style trip to Hawaii drawing for four that includes:        – Round-trip airfare to Hawaii – Hotel accommodations at the Marriott Courtyard Oahu North Shore – Super Ambassador Luau Package tickets to the PCC -A thrilling zip-line adventure by nearby Climb Works at Keana Farms       Participants must be 18 years of age or older at the time of entry to be eligible to win. Please go to https://www.polynesia.com/familytrip/index.html for the complete...
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PCC Theater Department Reorganizes Manag...

  Welcome to our two new managers    Following the recent retirement — or “graduation,” as we like to say around here — of Aunty Ellen Gay Dela Rosa, PCC Vice President of Cultural Presentations Delsa Moe reorganized our Theater Department under two newly promoted managers:   David Tiave has been named Senior Theater Manager: David Tiave is a Honolulu-born Samoan who grew up in Kalihi. He used to come to Laie a lot because he has family here. “I was blown away as a little kid,” he recalled. “Two of my older siblings worked in the evening show, and we also used to...
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Free PCC App Now Available For Download

      Did you know that a free Polynesian Cultural Center app is available for download to your iOS and Android mobile devices? A’oia (“that’s right,” in Hawaiian) — think of it as high tech for our old-Polynesia setting.   Under the direction of Jeff Dunn, Director of the Center’s Digital Commerce and Online Marketing team, the PCC worked with Beaverton, Oregon-based Villusion Studios, LLC earlier this year to develop and release the first-version app.         The app currently provides:   – A handy map of the Center with informative descriptions and...
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PCC Names New Pounders Restaurant Genera...

    Meet new Pounders General Manager, Greg Maples:   Greg Maples, who joined the Polynesian Cultural Center management team on August 1 as General Manager of Pounders Restaurant in the Hukilau Marketplace, brings extensive experience in the food and beverage industry.   Maples, who is originally from southern California, served in Kaneohe in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves years ago and has been back to Hawaii multiple times since as a visitor. After studying at Rick’s College and Utah Valley University, he and his family settled in Nashville, Tennessee, in 1985...
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PBN Bestows Inaugural Attraction Pineapp...

  Honolulu-based Pacific Business News, which has recognized various categories of achievement throughout Hawaii since it was founded in 1963, presented its inaugural Pineapple Award in the visitor attraction leadership category to the Polynesian Cultural Center during a dinner event at the Hawaii Convention Center in Waikiki on September 22, 2016.   PBN, as its also known, announced in May 2016 that it would create the new visitor industry Pineapple Awards program (which had previously been part of it’s popular Business Leadership Hawaii recognition program). The...