Hawaii Mom Blog: Pier 1 Imports Celebrates Grand Opening of Kapolei Store




May 23, 2014

Pier 1 Imports Celebrates Grand Opening of Kapolei Store

Pier 1 Imports celebrated the grand opening of its Kapolei store this morning.

With over 1,000 locations throughout the United States and Canada, the Kapolei store, managed by Leia Naehu, is Pier 1 Imports' 7th location in Hawaii.

The grand opening celebration included a welcome from Jeffrey Trinh, Hawaii Regional Manager, Pier 1 Imports; a traditional Hawaiian blessing by Kahu Curtis Kekuna; a $2,500 donation to Child & Family Service; free gifts for customers, and more.

The Kapolei store is inviting and and vibrant, packed with housewares, furniture, decorations, and more!  The store features the "open stock" concept of design, which enables customers to interact with the products, as well as visualize the end use.

So if you're re-decorating a room, need some outdoor furniture, want to prepare for Fourth of July celebrations, or simply need a little gift for yourself or someone special, check out Pier 1 Imports' great selection of products!

Statewide Grand Opening Weekend
Friday, May 30 to Sunday, Jun. 1
In celebration of the two new stores, Pier 1 Imports will be hosting a grand opening weekend celebration across Hawai'i. Customers will have the opportunity to take advantage of special discounts and the first 200 shoppers at each of the Hawai'i stores on May 31 will receive a free Pier 1 Imports reusable bag. Additional details to come.

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