Maui Press Kit

Maui Press Kit

Maui Overview

Maui Fact Sheet
Maui Timeline 
The Many Faces of Maui 
Maui Nui – Three Unique Experiences

Maui by Region

Kapalua, Arms Embracing the Sea 
Lahaina, Where History and Playfulness Meet 
Kaanapali, Maui’s Coastal Playground 
Central Maui, a Bridge for Many Cultures 
Kihei, Maui’s Sunny South Shore 
Wailea, a Sanctuary of Beauty 
Makena, the Spirit of Maui 
Big Treasures Abound in Maui’s Small Towns 
The Dream of Old Hawaii is Alive in Hana 
Knocking on Heaven’s Door – Haleakala and Upcountry Maui

The Great Maui Mix

Maui is Rich in Things Hawaiian 
The Many Cultures of Maui 
Maui, a Center for the Arts in the Pacific 
Maui, a Natural Treasure 
Thirty Things to Do on Maui 
When the Sun Goes Down in Paradise 
Maui is for Eagle-Eyed Golfers 
Where Mauna Kahalawai (West Maui Mountains) Meets the Ocean 
In its Museums, Maui’s History Comes Alive 
Maui, the Romantic Island 
Health and Wellness, Maui Style 
Maui is a Shopper’s Paradise

Maui Loves Kids!

In Every Way, a Maui Vacation is a Family Bonding Experience 
Families Discover Maui’s Cultural Treasures 
Maui’s Marine Environments are an “Edventure” 
Families Explore the Natural Classroom 
The Maui Teen Scene

Malama Maui

INTRODUCTION

Preserving Maui’s Agricultural & Cultural Resources 

PART ONE: THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT

Inside the Ecology of Maui: 
Caring for an environment unique in the world 
Thoughtful Eco-explorations: 
Sensitive adventures amid a subtle landscape 

Ocean in Balance: 
Maui embraces conservation, education and play

PART TWO: THE CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT

Hawaiian culture, Hawaiian land: 
In Maui Nui, the traditional way of life is rooted in the aina 

Native Hawaiian arts: 
Eternal values based on environmental awareness infuse the ancient arts 

The architecture of ancestral Maui: 
Teachers for tomorrow, ancient structures whisper of the past

PART THREE: THE LOCAL CULTURE OF MAUI NUI

Centuries of Change: 
The legacy of paniolo and plantations has spurred a proud local culture 

Mom-and-Pops: 
Family owned enterprise belongs to the heart of Maui 

Merchants, missionaries, and whalers: 
Diverse groups and a changing landscape

PART FOUR: SUSTAINABILITY EFFORTS

Edible Maui:
While planting the future, diversified farms honor an agricultural past 

From Farm to Table:
Creating vibrant flavors, responsible chefs engage an agricultural heritage 

Flowering Maui: 
Tropical blossoms and fragrant lei add tender beauty to local agriculture 


Glossary 
Resources

Maui Mavericks 

MVCB Launches "Maui Mavericks" PR Campaign

Class of 2016-17
In alphabetical order, with expertise in ( ) 

Perry Bateman (Cuisine)
Denby Freeland-Cole (Art/Fashion)
Napua Greig-Nakasone (Culture/Hula/Music)
Kainoa Horcajo (Culture)
Meagan Jones Gray (Ocean)
Pohaku Kahoohanohano (Art/Culture)
Tiare Lawrence (Fashion/Ocean)
Ekolu Lindsey III (Culture/Ocean/Environment)
Garrett Marrero (Agri-Tourism)
Kaponoai Molitau (Art/Culture/Hula)
Joylynn Paman (Culture/Environment)
Hokuao Pellegrino (Agriculture/Culture)
Sheldon Simeon (Cuisine)
Shay Smith (Agri-Tourism)
Darren Strand (Agriculture)
Dustin Tester (Ocean)

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Samantha Tsui
Account Supervisor
Anthology Marketing Group
(808) 544-3000 
Email: samantha.tsui@anthologygroup.com