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The Shops at Wailea Offers Prize Drawings During November

November 8, 2015, 9:00 AM HST
* Updated November 7, 7:59 AM
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The Shops at Wailea. Photo by Wendy Osher.

The Shops at Wailea. Photo by Wendy Osher.

Retailers at The Shops at Wailea are offering special incentives to shop early for the holidays.

The Shops at Wailea is hosting a contest throughout the month of November. There will be one winner selected at the end of the month for each of the prizes listed below.

Winners will be selected and contacted at the end of November.

  • ILORI Optical is located in the East Wing next to Gucci. ILORI Optical has quickly emerged as the leader in optical frames and sunglasses of distinction. Enter to win a sunglass accessories gift pack valued at $100.
  • Cariloha is located on the first floor near Longhi’s. Cariloha is the world’s only retail brand with an entire store experience that’s completely merchandised with products made from bamboo. Enter to win a set of white towels made of bamboo valued at $70. The unique softness gives a cashmere feel and coupled with its natural absorbency, this set of towels will surpass any cotton towel.
  • Blue Ginger is located on the first floor near Lappert’s Ice Cream & Coffee. Blue Ginger has been selling exclusively designed resort wear in Hawai‘i for over 30 years. Enter to win a quilt valued at $175.
  • Cos Bar is located in the East Wing near Island Gourmet Markets. Cos Bar is a luxury cosmetics and skin care boutique featuring products for both men and women. Enter to win a private party for four valued at $400 that includes mini-makeovers, swag bags and champagne.

Complete rules are posted on The Shops at Wailea website.

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