By Nadine Kam
Among vendors at the Made in Hawaii Festival today is Roberta Oaks, who’ll be offering discounts to earlybirds who stop by her booth, #204.
The deals through 1 p.m. today, Aug. 19, include two racks of two for $110 items, 20 percent off her new fall designs, and a $30 dress bin. She’ll be showing her men’s designs as well.
The event at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall continues to 9 p.m. today, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Aug. 20, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 21.
Also at the show, long-lived juice co. Hawaiian Sun is on a branding mission for a new era, coming up with a limited-edition T-shirt inspired by favorite local flavors.
The powder drink mixes are vitamin C-enriched, sweetened with natural cane sugar and without artificial colorings or flavors. Each pouch makes a quart-sized serving.
While there, check out their line of powdered drinks, all three days. Now that college students are headed back to school, the powders make it easier for those away from home to get a taste of flavors they grew up with and miss. Hawaiian Sun is in booths 407 and 408.
Flavors include Natural Iced Tea with Lemon, Pass-O-Guava Nectar and Pineapple Orange Nectar. e Vitamin C-enriched, sweetened with natural cane sugar and 100%-natural, without artificial colorings or flavors. Each pouch is ready-to-mix into water for refreshing quart-sized servings.