Maui Wowi

Maui Wowi Surfs into Southern California

Maui Wowi Hawaiian, a tropical island-themed franchise concept serving fresh Hawaiian-grown coffee and all-natural smoothies, embodies the Aloha spirit and laidback lifestyle that its newest franchise operator has lived and breathed all her life.

Maui Wowi welcomes Pa 'Akai Ventures, operated by Jenna Roberts, to join the company's growing West Coast presence as a new franchisee in El Cajon, California, near San Diego.

Maui Wowi Recruits New York Franchisees

Maui Wowi Hawaiian, an international franchise company specializing in all-natural fresh-fruit smoothies and premium coffee from the Hawaiian Islands, welcomes two self-professed workaholics as its newest franchisees from Massapequa Park, New York.

Massapequa Park is a village located along the south shore of Long Island. Joseph and Nicole Marsh are energized and eager to leave behind their corporate past and begin their future devoting their time to a business they believe in and can finally call their own.

Maui Wowi Does its Part for U.S. Soldiers in Afghanistan

Maui Wowi is honored to share some comforts of home with U.S. soldiers serving in Afghanistan this holiday season. The international franchise company has teamed up with roasting partner Coda Coffee Company to donate bags of Hawaiian coffee to the Sister Souls Inc. organization. They will be used in care packages being sent overseas for members of the military.

Maui Wowi Hopes It Can Wow More Female Franchisees

Maui Wowi Hawaiian recently initiated an increased effort to draw more female candidates through sharing the success stories of its current female franchisees. Maui Wowi franchise operator Cheryl Kohan is a business owner who knows from experience the type of qualities that lead to success.

“I’m a real people person. I’m creative and I have a good imagination,” Kohan says. “Women are way more empowered now than they used to be. I think it’s that urge to have a business, do their own thing and make a mark on the world; it gives you freedom.”

Maui Wowi Hawaiian Teams Up with the Denver Cutthroats

Maui Wowi Hawaiian has become a sponsor of the Denver Cutthroats, a franchise of the Central Hockey League (CHL) and affiliate of the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche. Maui Wowi Franchise Owner Erik Boller has signed a contract with the hockey team to be a sponsor for its inaugural 2012-2013 season, being played at the Denver Coliseum.

Maui Wowi Honors Veterans with Franchise Fee Discount

Maui Wowi Hawaiian continues to honor veterans during the months of November and December with extra thanks by increasing the Military Giveback Program to a 20 percent double discount off the franchise fee for those who have served in the armed forces.

“Veteran’s Day is just around the corner, and to show our appreciation of the U.S. military, we wanted to make the dream of business ownership more attainable by doubling our veteran’s discount,” says Justin Livingston, director of global franchise development.

Maui Wowi Hawaiian Simplifies Fundraising Program

Maui Wowi Hawaiian, a coffee and smoothie franchise company, has acquired additional tools to help encourage donations and fundraising through the company’s giveback program, called the No-Work FUNdraiser—a program in which Maui Wowi franchisees give back tens of thousands of dollars each year to local schools and other nonprofit organizations in their community.

Maui Wowi Hawaiian Opens Newest Camp Pendleton Unit

Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees & Smoothies has blenders turning and brewers steaming in anticipation of the grand opening of its newest location on August 2 on the Camp Pendleton Marine Corp Base in Southern California. This marks the fourth franchise location on base, with two more in the works.

“This new store is really getting back to our original goal when we first joined the Maui Wowi franchise in 2006. I love the fact that it is just coffees and smoothies and we are able to offer healthy options to the Marines,” says Kathleen Yang, franchise owner of Maui Wowi Hawaiian.

Maui Wowi Adds Marine Corps Veterans as N.J. Franchisees

Maui Wowi Hawaiian has just recruited its newest franchisees, Matt Lawrence and Eric Lutz, from Manalapan, New Jersey.

Lawrence and Lutz join the coffee and smoothie franchise company after proudly serving for six years together in the United States Marine Corps. It was in Iraq, while serving their country, that the two built a friendship that placed them on the path to becoming Maui Wowi franchise owners together.

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