‘SPAM JAM’ Festival Makes Comeback
The Waikīkī SPAM JAM returned from a two-year hiatus and netted some much-needed funds for three nonprofits: Hawai‘i Foodbank ($40,000), Waikīkī Community Center ($10,000) and Visitor Aloha Society of Hawai‘i ($5,000).
Pictured are Barbara Campbell (left), vice president of retail, Outrigger Hospitality Group, and a founding member of event creator SJ Foundation; and Toby Tamaye (right), president of AT Marketing; both of whom are shown presenting a check to Amy Marvin (center), CEO of Hawai‘i Foodbank. PHOTO COURTESY LISA HOANG OF HAWAI‘I FOODBANK Read the article HERE in Midweek.
Also picked up in Pacific Business News (subscription required).