Industry News | April 20, 2015

Coconut's Celebrates Anniversary, Donates to Humane Society

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Coconut’s Fish Café, the home of Hawaii’s favorite fresh fish tacos, is partnering with the Maui Humane Society to celebrate its sixth anniversary and Coconut the cat’s 14th birthday.

To celebrate these milestones, the café will donate 25 percent of all restaurant sales to the Maui Humane Society, where Coconut the cat was adopted.

The event is open to the public and media. Interviews and photos will be available onsite.

By celebrating the cafe’s sixth anniversary and Coconut’s birthday through a fundraiser, the brand has found a way to give back to the organization that brought Coconut into founder and CEO Michael Phillip’s life. Coconut’s Fish Cafe invites community members to come and enjoy a day full of food, fun and giving back.

Phillips, a successful entrepreneur several times over in the restaurant industry, founded Coconut’s in 2009 in Kihei, Hawaii on the island of Maui. Retired in Hawaii yet seeking a restaurant offering fresh foods and outstanding service, Phillips started Coconut’s to enjoy great-tasting meals with his neighbors in Kihei. Today, Coconut’s is revolutionizing the fast casual restaurant sector with its fresh, healthy and affordable menu options, featuring wild-caught fish and a wide selection of fresh, authentic Hawaiian ingredients. Currently with its flagship in Hawaii and corporate headquarters in Nevada, the restaurant concept is expanding across the country through a focused franchising initiative.

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