Hawaii small business owners rally at state Capitol
By Craig T. Kojima |
July 8, 2020
| Updated on July 8, 2020 at 5:00 pm
Katie Kaahanui, from the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii, holds up a sign listing businesses that have closed during the coronavirus pandemic.
Local small business owners rallied at the Hawaii State Capitol Wednesday to save small businesses.
Adrian Hong, left, and his father, David Hong held signs at Wednesday's rally at the State Capitol.
Sherry Menor-McNamara, President & CEOof the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii, speaks at Wednesday's rally.
Thomas Ray, a partner at Square Barrels in downtown Honolulu, makes his remarks during Wednesday's rally.
Adrian Hong, left, and his father, David Hong, stand with Katie Kaahanui of the Chamber of Commerce during Wednesday's rally. The younger Hong said that business was hurting at his plastic bag company. Kaahanui’s sign listed small businesses that had gone out of business recently due to the pandemic.