Industry News | July 14, 2014

Maui Wowi Franchisees Team Up for All-Star Baseball

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Maui Wowi franchisees are teaming up to bring their popular products to fans attending events for the Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star Game, being held in Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 15, 2014 at Target Field.

The unique opportunity allows longtime franchisee and director of regional support Mary Bigler to serve fans on Saturday, July 12 at the Target All-Star Concert going on at TCF Bank Stadium on the University of Minnesota Campus. Additionally, newcomer franchisee Ross Harried, who has grown his business quickly over the last year, will have a Maui Wowi location to serve customers at the T-Mobile All-Star FanFest held July 11–15 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

“Ross, myself, and our staff members are ready to hit it out of the park,” Bigler says. “The weather is looking great and we are fully stocked and excited to welcome the fans. We know we will wow them offering Minnesota’s favorite smoothie that will satisfy their taste buds.”

Bigler and Harried have become working partners, helping each other in achieving their individual business goals. Leveraging their established contracts with the venues hosting the MLB All-Star events, the two of them hope to stand out in the crowd of vendors. They will be supplying fans with the brand’s blended fruit smoothies.

Fans attending the All-Star Concert, featuring Imagine Dragons, can stop by any one of the two Maui Wowi tiki carts that will be located on the stadium concourse. Harried will be serving at the All-Star FanFest all five days and blending up the Aloha spirit to the crowds in the Minneapolis Convention Center.

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