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Premiers: Friday, January 20 at 6:30pm
Repeats: Saturday, January 21 at 12:30am
Sunday, January 22 at 1pm
Monday, January 23 at 11:30am
Thursday, January 26 at 10:00 am
Friday, January 27 at 5:00am
Videography company, Propeller USA is Kahu Kalehua Featheran’s first guest and they filmed and edited their own interview segment at Best Bridal Hawaii’s Paradise Cove Crystal Chapel. Albert Olsson and James Yehambaran were the on-camera guests and their colleagues were behind the cameras, using their equipment, talents and expertise to show you a sample of their work via the interview.
Founded 12 years ago, Propeller USA is strong in the Japanese wedding industry and has gradually become found a place in the local wedding scene as well. For the destination couples, Propeller USA’s staff are an international mix of people who speak Swedish, Japanese, Malaysian, Spanish languages in addition to English. Important to them is to get to know the couple they are filming and to video tape and more importantly, edit the footage into a style that the couple chooses for their special day.
$69.95 will get you properly fitted and attired for any formal event at Charity Formals. That’s right, you get the coat, pants, shirt, half or full back vest, accessories, shoes, tax and damage waiver all included, no hidden fees. And on top of that, all proceeds from the rental goes to benefit Abilities Unlimited, a non-profit group that maintains a training program to support people with disabilities and help them to create a better life for themselves.
Just a block from Ala Moana Shopping Center, Sales Manager Maria Orta offers a variety of different styles of tuxedos, which viewers can see, with sizes 3 to 18 for children and up to 64 (or 5XL) for men. Destination couples can call Maria to order their tuxedo style and go to their closest formal wear store to get measurements to send to Maria. As Representative Violet Shimoko elaborates, Charity Formals foundation is the 60 years of experience and expertise that came from the tradition of Hale Niu, a well known island formal wear shop.
Also, the music you hear in the background of the interviews is being provided by Kupaoa – mahalo!