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Malie Kaua’i Celebrates Grand Opening of Lifestyle Boutique

October 21, 2005

The grand opening of the Malie Kaua’i lifestyle boutique took place in Kaua’i, Hawaii on August 11th, 2005 with a traditional Hawaiian blessing by a Kapuna (spirtual elder/guide) named Nalani Taylor.
The sacred ceremony blessed the business with a strong structure and foundation for the business to grow, long-lasting luck, prosperity and success. Other important elements of the Hawaiian blessing were to protect the business from negative and evil energy. In place of a ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening, vine cutting took place instead. The ceremony ended with live music, pupu’s, and cocktails in true Hawaiian style.
The boutique offers an array of Malie Kaua’i’s aromatherapy personal care products for the home, body and spirit and much more of the island’s lifestyle.
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