Elite Pacific Properties announces donation to aid recovery efforts in Kauai
Elite Pacific announced today that the company will donate 5% of revenues from all new Kauai bookings directly to the families of Hanalei, Ha’ena, and Wainiha affected by the recent flooding from the storm which struck the island over this weekend and caused widespread damage. Money will be donated through the Hanalei Haena Flooding Fund started by Kauai native Koral McCarthy.
“Elite Vacation Rentals is proud to support our Kauai ohana. It has been absolutely incredible to witness how quickly Kauai’s community came together to help those in need,” said Andreea Grigore, Director of Vacation Rentals.
“Our hearts go out to all those affected by the storm, including our agents and our support staff that call Kauai home. The safety of our guests and Elite ohana is our highest priority,” said Paul Mayer, Managing Partner of Elite Pacific Properties. “The vacation rental team is working with travelers affected by the storm and guests who have travel planned to the affected areas. We hope these contributions will make a difference in the relief efforts underway.”
As clean up and rescue continue over the next weeks, Elite Pacific Properties will maintain information on how others can contribute to the recovery efforts through individual donation and volunteer opportunities through the company blog as well as social media platforms. Vacations can be booked directly on evrhi.com.
About Elite Pacific Properties:
Locally owned and operated, Elite Pacific Properties was founded in 2005 by Stephen Cipres and Paul Mayer. The company has over 200 professional agents in ten offices on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island, along with a 50 person support staff. As a full-service real estate firm focused on luxury residential property sales, multi-unit projects/developer sales, vacation rentals and property management, Elite is a member of Who’s Who In Luxury Real Estate, an exclusive organization of the top luxury brokers in the world. Elite Pacific Properties closed 2017 with almost $1.2 billion in sales, solidifying its status as the No. 1 volume luxury brokerage in the Hawaiian Islands. The firm has also appeared on Inc. Magazine’s “Inc. 5000” list for the past five years, as well as Pacific Business News’ “Fastest 50” company list for the past four years. For more information, visit ElitePacific.com.