By Barbara Bennett, For Kaua‘i Owner and Publisher
I want to share exciting news about For Kaua‘i. We have just released a brand new annual glossy pictorial, a cultural magazine like no other on the island. It is currently available for purchase at Kaua‘i Museum in Līhu‘e.
This glossy magazine is being offered in addition to our free monthly For Kaua‘i cultural newspaper. And there are three ways to receive our monthly newspaper: Free pick-up at newsstands; paid mailed subscriptions; and free download of PDF files at www.forkauaionline.com/category/magazine-pdf/.
For Kaua‘i Newspaper is free at more than 90 stands islandwide (see page 4 of August issue for locations, also listed at www.forkauaionline.com/distribution/). After six years of free mailed subscriptions by request, our subscribers who want to keep receiving a mailed monthly copy in the comfort of their homes are encourage to sign up for a paid subscription. Our clients will continue to receive free mailed subscriptions.
To sign up for a mailed paid subscription, go to www.forkauaionline.com/subscribe/ or simply fill out the coupon on page 4 of August issue and follow the instructions. We’ll take care of the rest.
We at For Kaua‘i also encourage you to read our monthly newspaper online every month at www.forkauaionline.com/category/magazine-pdf/. free for download on a PDF format. The electronic version of our newspaper reads just the way you would have received it. The PDF file includes all ads and editorial features and stories, just as it is in the printed edition.
Our online presence continues with daily stories, a most complete Kaua‘i calendar and press releases. We continue to encourage you to like and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Tweeter.
Our vision continues with supporting the community, businesses and nonprofit organizations. We share our vision of excellence in web, print, design and content for your reading enjoyment. Our commitment to perpetuate island culture through features and stories has brought our readership closer to the essence of Kaua‘i and its people.
We have been printing a Kaua‘i community newspaper for the past 13 years. We published for seven years as a weekly, and for the past six years as a monthly community newspaper. Now, in addition to our monthly newspaper, we are introducing For Kaua‘i annual magazine in a beautiful glossy format, a true collectors’ item.
For Kaua‘i, an award-winning publication on Kaua‘i, has been acknowledged though multiple awards in the state of Hawai‘i in 2016 by the U.S. Small Business Administration, by the Hawai‘i Publishers Association and by the Society of Professional Journalists. This year’s awards, added to our 2015 awards, only reinforces why more people read For Kaua‘i.
A good newspaper is central to the growth and success of the community it serves. A cultural newspaper is even more important to the community. It records the past and present. Kaua‘i’s essence is based on the aloha spirit, the beauty of the island and its people.
A good community newspaper provides encouragement and praise for the good being accomplished. It helps to bring attention where it is most needed and helps people get things done.
With your support and the support of the community we can continue to succeed at our goals with our most valuable and committed staff.
I thank you for all the past years you have supported our endeavors, and we will continue to serve you with vision and aloha.