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Hilo: 500 Kalanianaole Ave.
  Hilo, Hawaii 96720
  (808) 935-7393
Kona: 75-5737 Kuakini Hwy., Suite 204
  Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 96740
  (808) 329-8337
Email: info@creativeartshawaii.com
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Creative Arts Hawaii - Custom T Shirts, Banner & Screen Printing in Hilo, HI

This full service graphic design & screen printing company offers a range of services, from logo design and promotional product development, to custom t shirts and banner printing!
500 Kalanianaole Avenue
Hilo HI 96720 USA
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  • Friday, March 8, 2013 -- Creative Arts Hawaii, Aloha Grown and the Parker Ranch Store proudly presented a $5,000 donation check to the Food Basket – Hawaii Island’s Food Bank. The donation will allow the Food Basket to provide 12,500 meals to families in need on the Big Island.

    [See photo taken at Aloha Grown store in downtown Hilo – from L to R: En Young (Food Basket, Executive Director), Connie Kurohara (Creative Arts Hawaii, Vice President), Tracey Akau (Parker Ranch Store, Manager) and Tyler Owens (Aloha Grown, Manager)]

    The three ohana companies strongly believe in supporting and giving back to the local community, so together they sold exclusive limited edition “MALAMA” shirts during the holiday season, with all proceeds benefitting the Food Basket.

    “MALAMA was selected as the shirt design because ‘malama’ means to nurture, preserve or protect. We must malama our community and make sure that our neighbors and friends do not go hungry. The kalo (or taro) was specifically selected as the shirt’s background…