Posts Tagged ‘friends of hawaii charities’

Silent Auction Winner

Congratulations to Mr. Toshi Funaki for placing the winning bid at the 2011 Sony Open silent auction.  At Mr. Funaki’s request, his new Stiletto will be flown to Japan and used to represent the IDEC corporation at various events.  We want to thank Mr. Funaki for supporting the Friends of Hawaii Charities and Kingdom Customs.  100% of the auction proceeds go directly to the Friends of Hawaii Charities and are used to support the needy here in our home state of Hawaii.

Dan Kokubun (left), Toshi Funaki (center), and James Kometani

Kingdom Customs @ the Waikiki

Stiletto in the Prefunction Gallery @ the Edition Hotel Waikiki

Wednesday night saw the Stiletto on display at the Waikiki Edition Hotel.  The Friends of Hawaii Charities hosted a private reception for sponsors, friends, and pros entitled “Just Between Friends”.  To support the Friends of Hawaii Charities silent auction of the Stiletto, Kingdom Customs representatives were on hand to answer questions about the auction and to assist people in registering to bid.  Sony Corporation also had several displays showcasing their newest 3D technology and Playstation equipment. Combined with the beautiful surroundings of the Edition Hotel and first rate food, everyone in attendance had a wonderful time.

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A Red Carpet Premier

The calm before the storm. The Stiletto looking at home on the red carpet for the premier of the Greeen Hornet

Kingdom Customs was pleased to have the Stiletto on display at the Ward Theaters for the premier of the Green Hornet Movie.  Although the Stiletto was not featured in the movie, it was included in the festivities to help draw attention to the Stiletto silent auction which was handled by the Friends of Hawaii Charities.  The premier, which ran in conjunction with the Sony Open Pro-Am draw party, was one of the many events that occurred during the week of the Sony Open.  With many top international executives from Sony Corporation in attendance, Kingdom Customs was exposed to a world-wide audience.  We want to thank the Sony Corporation and the Friends of Hawaii Charities for allowing us to be involved.

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