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After-Tax Monster Meet-Up Brings Howard Dicus to Maui

April 10, 2013, 8:34 AM HST
* Updated April 10, 9:39 AM
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Howard Dicus, business reporter at Hawaii News Now, is the keynote speaker at the "monster meet-up". Courtesy photo.

Howard Dicus, business reporter at Hawaii News Now, is the keynote speaker at the “monster meet-up”. Courtesy photo.

By Sonia Isotov

The Maui Business Brainstormers and Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce will co-host an After-Tax Potluck Party on Saturday, April 27, at the Maui Dragon Fruit Farm in Lahaina. It is scheduled from 5 t0 to 9:00 p.m.

MBB and MNHCoC will bring their two memberships together in what is being called a “Monster Meet-up” for Maui business to celebrate the end of tax season.

Hawaii News Now’s Howard Dicus will be the keynote speaker. He will later adopt his favorite role of business reporter, canvassing and engaging with members of the audience.

Master of ceremonies will be writer and TV personality Tom Blackburn-Rodriguez, former host of Pacific Radio KNUI’s highly successful Maui Breakfast Club radio show.


The Hawaiian Serenaders, Richard Tom and Mele Fong, and Grammy winner George Kahumoku Jr. will entertain.

Maui Dragon Fruit Farm outside Lahaina. Courtesy photo.

Attendees will have an opportunity to view the Maui Dragon Fruit Farm outside Lahaina first-hand. Courtesy photo.


The event is open to members of MBB or MNHCoc and their guests. RSVP at or Attendees are asked to bring a potluck dish and $5 entry fee.

If you are not member of MBB or MNHCoC, MBB membership is free of charge, and MNHCoC membership has a small fee.

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