Hawaiian Hospitality Group Joins International Ecotourism Society

Hawaiian Hospitality Group, Inc. (HHG), a provider of sustainable land use solutions and event services, has become a member of The International Ecotourism Society (TIES). HHG's growth strategy is to identify opportunities and acquire services that increase revenue for Loulu Palms, its first sustainable destination property, and to apply their current business model to expand its success to other properties and development prospects.

TIES' mission is to promote responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of the local people. It is the oldest and largest international ecotourism association, with members in more than 90 countries, enabling members to utilize global sources of knowledge to create an international network of individuals and institutions in the tourism industry.

The Hawaiian Islands has approximately 2 million acres of undeveloped public and private coastline available for revitalization. HHG is seeking to partner with private developers and work with state and federal government entities to create and operate additional eco-friendly for-profit projects. The company's goal is to design unique recreational sites that stimulate economic activity through allocation of equitable resources while maintaining ecological standards that fulfill government preservation mandates.

HHG company generates revenue from venue fees, catering services, wedding planning and other services on the destination sites it develops, maximizing value while minimizing the ecological footprint of its operations.

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