Cars & Coffee This Sunday in Kapahulu
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Cars & Coffee This Sunday in Kapahulu

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Cars & Coffee This Sunday in Kapahulu
« on: January 27, 2018, 09:03:32 AM »
Cars and Coffee Kapahulu - Gas and Grind this Sunday
Cars and Coffee Hawaii Returns to Town with a Meet Up at the Kapahulu Shopping Center

We're happy to announce that Chronic Tacos and Panda Express will participate in the door prize giveaways with some free food.

For those of you who haven’t been to the Kapahulu Shopping Center, the roof top parking area provides a semi-private area with a view of Diamond Head in the east. The shops on the ground floor are easily reached by elevator or stairway.
Submit a registration and you will be entered for the door prize giveaways. Here is the link:
Print your registration ticket and bring it with you to place into the door prize box.

More details at:

You’ll find the following establishments at the shopping center:
•   Chronic Tacos
•   Da Hawaiian Poke Co
•   Genki Sushi
•   Panda Express
•   Starbucks (inside the Safeway store)
•   Yooncy Korean Hawaiian Barbecue
More information about the nearby shops:

This Cars and Coffee Event is sponsored by 76 Hawaii and
hosted by the Mercedes-Club of America Hawaii Section
Vital Links
Cars and Coffee Hawaii web site:

Let us know what's on your mind. Good, bad, or sideways, your feedback will help us make Cars and Coffee Hawaii better for you. Submit email here: You could also call Eugene at 808-265-8871.

Aloha and see you this Sunday!


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Re: Cars & Coffee This Sunday in Kapahulu
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2018, 03:44:05 AM »
Didn't see you on Sunday Boomer.
One of these days, Alice!

Re: Cars & Coffee This Sunday in Kapahulu
« Reply #2 on: February 01, 2018, 06:18:39 PM »
I missed the event as I am in Phoenix this week for grandson's tenth birthday.  Next week in Las Vegas for meeting with staff at Shelby American and seeing the Blue Man Group, which is not  a bunch of Portuguese pochos who got their heads stuck in the airliner toilets. 8)


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