Get Involved in the Local San Diego Community at Ho'olaule'a


Spring is finally here, which means that the "Spirit of Aloha" will soon be gracing our fair city once again with the annual San Diego Ho'olaule'a Festival. Ho'olaule'a will take place on May 2nd and 3rd at East Mission Bay Park. Ho'olaule'a coordinates with the May Day Celebration in Hawaii, so it is always held the first weekend in May.

While the festival is meant to celebrate Hawaiian culture it welcomes members of the community from all cultures and heritages and has become a very popular event with more than 5,000 people expected to attend each day. It is a free event that features hula dancing, food, music and lots of demonstrations and workshops.

Hoolaulea-dancersCommunity events like these are the perfect places to spread the word about your business and the services you offer with custom promotional products. Purchasing an informational booth is much cheaper than traditional advertising and gives you the priceless opportunity to meet your potential customers face to face, shake their hands, smile and have a conversation.

Members of the community that are considering services like yours will appreciate the opportunity to get a feel for your company before making purchasing and hiring decisions. You can help them remember you by giving out custom promotional products with your company's name, logo and even contact information available right on the give-away.

You can find out more Ho'oluale'a at the event website at

custom-promotional-productsIf you're learning about this event too late to get a booth organized for this year, just go and have fun and put it on your calendar as an opportunity for next year. And when scheduling the reminder, remember that the best selection and pricing on custom promotional products is available when you order 4 to 6 weeks in advance, so be sure to order well in advance of the event. 

In the meantime, please feel free to contact us for all your promotional marketing needs. We love having the opportunity to serve our community, and we love helping you spread the word about the ways you serve our community as well.