Hawaiian Jewelry And Gift.com, The World's Hawaiian Jewelry & Gift Superstore Opens For Business

Kapaa, Hawaii (PressExposure) March 01, 2009 -- HawaiianJewelryAndGift.com, “The World’s Hawaiian Jewelry And Gift Superstore” has just launched its internet operations and is open for business to serve the world from the remote Garden Island of Kauai. With over 600 unique Hawaiian products to choose from, Hawaii enthusiasts and Hawaii vacationers now have a one-stop online destination to purchase many of their Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gift products that suit their every taste. Additionally, the company will expand its online inventory to over 2,000 products by its first year of business, providing its customers with the world’s largest array of Hawaiian products online.

HawaiianJewelryAndGift.com was created as the online portal of Auntie Lynda’s Treasures, a popular gift and jewelry store located in The Coconut Marketplace on Kauai Island, and will rapidly expand its offerings to include the products of thousands of Hawaii businesses. Currently the company is launching its operations with over 600 unique products, and will have 1,000 products available by summertime, and approximately 2,000 products by the end of its first year of operations. The company’s goal by the end of year 2 is to become the world’s Hawaiian jewelry and gift gateway whereby online visitors can shop from hundreds of Hawaiian jewelry and gift vendors on all of the visited Hawaiian Islands (Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Lanai, Molokai and The Big Island) through one cost-effective, easy-to-navigate, and highly-trafficked internet portal.

According to Lynda Silverman, one of the three Kauai-based founders of HawaiianJewelryAndGift.com, the company is poised to affordably serve the world’s Hawaiian jewelry and Hawaiian gift needs at a time when many people are cutting back their travel to the islands as a result of increased air fares and heightened sensitivity to a weakening global economy. “We created HawaiianJewelryAndGift.com to serve the many Hawaii visitors worldwide whom are opting to forego foreign travel, however enjoyable it may be, for inexpensive alternatives that capture the feeling of their ideal foreign travel location.” Hawaii regularly ranks as one of the most traveled foreign destinations on earth, but has experienced a decline in tourism and associated business revenues in a weakening global economy. Mrs. Silverman adds, “We also created this business, because we feel that there is a true need for an all-in-one online destination for internet surfers who want to save time in choosing from thousands of Hawaiian products, from a variety of Hawaii-based vendors.

The launch of HawaiianJewelryAndGift.com into the world marketplace is taking place in conjunction with Hawaii’s historic milestone of becoming the 50th state in the United States. To honor the anniversary of Hawaii's official statehood, the company is giving a 10% discount on every purchase that visitors make using the online coupon code WL4138 at the company's website by March 12, 2009. The coupon expiration date is exactly fifty years to the day that the U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of granting statehood to Hawaii.

For a complete catalogue of the company’s expanding online inventory, including pricing, as well as in-depth content on Hawaiian culture and Hawaiian product materials, and free registration to the company’s online mailing list, interested parties can visit http://www.HawaiianJewelryAndGift.com .

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About Hawaiian Jewelry And Gift

Hawaiian Jewelry And Gift.com Is The World's Hawaiian Jewelry And Gift Superstore Located On The Remote Garden Island Of Kauai. The Company Offers Over 600 Unique Hawaiian Products And Will Have An Online Selection Of Over 2,000 Products To Choose From In The Coming 12 Months.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 28, 2009 at 4:33 am
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