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    Razor Concepts and Razor Sports hosts “A Quest for the Best Spinner” next weekend at Pearlridge Center.

If you’ve looking to show off your fidget spinner skills, Razor Concepts and Razor Sports is hosting “A Quest for the Best Spinner,” Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Pearlridge Center, Uptown Center Court.

The contest is open to those ages 3 and up; individuals compete in age groups. Prizes include electronics, gift cards and fidget spinners.

Contest categories include longest spin (ages 3 to 7); tossing hand to hand, novice (12 years and younger); tossing hand to hand,advanced (8 years and older); ladder tricks, novice (12 years and younger); and ladder tricks, advanced (8 years and older). Contestants can participate in only one event.

Entry fee is $4 and all proceeds go to the Autism Society of Hawaii. Payments must be made in cash by Monday at Razor Sports (located in Pearlridge Uptown).

All participants receive a $5 Razor gift card and a free spinner.

Online registration is required at by 9 p.m. Monday.

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