Maui Wowi

Maui Wowi Takes Its Show on the Road with New Food Truck

Maui Wowi Hawaiian is hitting the streets of Dallas-Fort Worth with a new mobile food truck to bring the party to the people.

Franchise Owner Jason Sorrells is one of the first to embark on the new business model and has pulled out all the stops to turn his truck into a party on wheels. It will offer the company’s all-natural, fresh-fruit smoothies and a full coffee and espresso bar.

Maui Wowi Cruises Into Riyadh with Drive-Thru Units

The first of many new drive-thru locations for Maui Wowi Hawaiian will be coming soon to Riyadh, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The master franchisee, who operates under the name Takween Commercial Investments Co., will be leading the new development alongside new operations director Yasser Zaki, adding to the coffee and smoothie company’s presence in the Middle East and bringing the convenience of the drive-thru concept to Riyadh.

Maui Wowi Hawaiian Heats Things Up in Wisconsin

Maui Wowi Hawaiian, the all-natural smoothie and premium Hawaiian coffee franchise company, introduces its concept to Madison, Wisconsin. Recently awarded a franchise agreement, Operator Michelle Krantz and her family are ready to begin sharing the Aloha spirit and heat things up in the Midwest.

Expansion In Sight, Maui Wowi Adds New Marketing Manager

Maui Wowi Hawaiian, an international coffee and smoothie franchise company that has been operating for 31 years, recently hired Sarah Anderson for the marketing manager position as the Colorado-based company sets its sights on further retail expansion. Anderson will provide unparalleled guidance to new and existing franchisees, while working to increase ROI and drive sales through various marketing initiatives and oversight of retail store operations.

Mowi Wowi Franchisee Focuses on Environment, Sustainability

A Maui Wowi Hawaiian franchisee in Wimberly, Texas, has recently put sustainability at the forefront of her daily operations. Through her composting program, nothing goes to waste, and the local community benefits with beautiful gardens to enjoy all year long.

"Whether it's at an event or our store location, we always save the used coffee grounds and banana peels so that people who would like to use them as compost can easily come by and pick them up," says franchisee DuAnne Redus.

Maui Wowi Franchisee Raises $1,200 for Make-A-Wish

An Illinois franchisee of Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees & Smoothies recently donated more than $1200 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation as part of the Ultimate Gymnastics Tournament that was held November 30–December 2, 2012 at Harper College.

The 13th-annual Ultimate Wish Classic has raised more than $400,000 for the charitable foundation.

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