Maui Wowi continues to broaden its stewardship by looking for new opportunities where they can help make a difference in the Denver region. Recently, Maui Wowi launched Team Karma, a new philanthropic initiative designed to get corporate employees more involved within the local community and take the time to give back.
Maui Wowi Hawaiian granted an Empire Franchise Agreement to Lisa Giacobbe, an independent business woman with her sights set on building Maui Wowi’s presence in Maryland.
Giacobbe’s entrepreneurial fire pushed her and her husband Ivane to start their own commercial cleaning business nearly 13 years ago. Taking their futures into their own hands, they grew the company by leaps and bounds and turned it into a sell-sufficient operation.
Maui Wowi will open a new island-themed shop in Oceanside, California. The new location, situated at Ocean Place Cinemas on the corner of Mission Ave. and N. Coast Highway is slated to open in May.
The Maui Wowi in Oceanside is owned and operated by Nandini Chatterjee, a United Kingdom native who is fulfilling her dream of business ownership by moving to California with her husband and young daughter and opening their first location. Chatterjee has a franchise agreement that allows her to open up to three Maui Wowi units with a variety of flexible business models to choose from.
To help customers cope with the extreme weather conditions hitting communities across the U.S., Maui Wowi Hawaiian is bringing back its warm Pacific Passion coffee blend.
Beginning Monday, March 3, through June 4, customers can enjoy this unique coffee blend that combines Hawaiian and Papua New Guinea beans to produce a fruity aroma and naturally sweet taste finished off with a clean, full-bodied flavor.
Franchisees entering the quick-service space might not need to quit their day job, after all.
A high school teacher for going on 11 years, Chad Knee recently ventured into the quick-serve industry with fruit smoothie and coffee retailer Maui Wowi Hawaiian, opening his first unit in June. Now, with two units and ongoing growth as a business owner and manager, Knee—or Mr. Knee, as he is more commonly called—continues to teach U.S. history, personal financing, and government at a local high school every day.
Gone are the days of generic overcooked hot dogs and soggy nachos at sporting events. Quick-serve restaurants are expanding their reach to offer basketball, football, and other sports’ fans more familiar, branded foods at stadiums and arenas.
Maui Wowi Hawaiian announced the expansion of its support team with three new operational employee promotions.
Eric Richardson was promoted from senior project manager of construction to director of construction services. "We added eight new domestic store locations in 2013, and we could not be happier with them. I am excited for 2014 and the growth of the Maui Wowi Hawaiian brand with over 15 stores anticipated to be built this year worldwide," Richardson says.
Maui Wowi announced the appointment of Justin Livingston to vice president of business development, a newly created position at the company.
Livingston has been with Maui Wowi for eight years and most recently served as the brand’s director of global franchise development. He now oversees an entire team that is focused on upholding and expanding a strong worldwide brand reputation.
Maui Wowi will target Texas as a market for big growth. This development announcement stems from the success of the franchisees currently operating in the Greater Houston area and throughout Texas.
Maui Wowi Hawaiian, a dual franchise concept specializing in gourmet island-grown coffee and fruit smoothies, jump-started the New Year with a three-day gathering of the company’s Franchise Advisory Council. The meeting was aimed at blending ideas, best practices, and strategic goals into achievable initiatives for 2014.