Lahaina


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La·hai·na

 (lä-hī′nə)
A town of Hawaii on the west coast of Maui.
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The raffles include a 10 night stay in Maui at at 2 bedroom/2 bath condo in the Lahaina Historic District and a luxe Louis Vuitton Beaubourg handbag that can be worn three ways.
Laguna Beach, Calif., Asheville, N.C., and Lahaina, Hawaii, were the top three cities.
If you can peel yourself away from the beach, check out the jaw-dropping Punakea Palms in Maui's Lahaina. The family-run farm has about 250 fruit-bearing coconut trees and offers a hands-on tour that includes tips on cultivating and harvesting, tastings, and a few tasty treats for the road.
It owns and operates two Baron & Leeds stores located in Maui at Whalers Village in Lahaina and at The Shops at Wailea.
Some of the participants included Tough Mudder Ambassadors Raymond Guttierez, Gretchen Ho, Eduardo Lara, Noel Agra, Christi McGarry, Lahaina Mondonedo and Fabio Ide.
The Old Lahaina Luau is spectacular, striving for a much more authentic Hawaiian feel than its competitors.
Ruth's Hospitality Group said it is committed to the success of the six Hawaii restaurant properties located in Honolulu, Waikiki, Lahaina, Wailea, Mauna Lani and the newest location, Kauai.
Mata'afa, a 6-foot-2, 252-pound tackle from Lahaina, Hawaii, leads the conference with 10 tackles for loss and 4 1/2 sacks.
Two credit unions, the $4 million AMOCO East Texas Federal Credit Union in Longview, Texas and the $38 million West Maui Community Credit Union in Lahaina, Hawaii, received the green light to merge because of their poor financial condition, according to the NCUA.
Now the fastest growing premium polarized sunglass maker in the world, Maui Jim got its start in 1980 as a small company selling sunglasses on the beach in Lahaina, Hawaii.
Exclusive Eastern Consolidated Senior Director Martin Ezratty represented the seller, Lahaina Management Company, a family enterprise that owned the building for 50-plus years.