Pono Market: 1st business to sell Kaua’i Bus passes

//Pono Market: 1st business to sell Kaua’i Bus passes

Pono Market: 1st business to sell Kaua’i Bus passes

Mayor Bernard Carvalho, Jr. (far right) recently stopped in at Pono Market to thank Robert Kubota, owner of Pono Market (far left), for being the first business for agreeing to sell Kaua'i Bus passes beginning May 21. Also shown are two regular Pono Market customers John Kauo (third from left) and Marcelo Baldonado (second from right).

Mayor Bernard Carvalho, Jr. (far right) recently stopped in at Pono Market to thank Robert Kubota, owner of Pono Market (far left), for being the first business for agreeing to sell Kaua'i Bus passes beginning May 21. Also shown are two regular Pono Market customers John Kauo (third from left) and Marcelo Baldonado (second from right).

KAPA‘A – In an effort to further enhance customer service, the county is partnering with Pono Market on the sale of Kaua’i Bus passes. The market is located in Kapa‘a at 4-1300 Kūhi‘ō Highway.

Starting Monday, May 21, Pono Market will be selling bus passes for $25 apiece via cash transactions only. The market’s normal hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Pono Market is the first business that has stepped to the plate to sell the bus passes, which up until now have only been available through the Treasury Division at the Līhu’e Civic Center and the Kaua‘i Bus office. The bus passes can also be ordered through the mail.

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