Cecilio & Kapono have crafted breezy Polynesian tunes since 1973, releasing more than a dozen albums and touring with such notables as Peter Frampton and Santana. This year, the duo launched its C&K Back in the Day tour, which transports listeners to the '70s with lush vocal harmonies and a vintage Volkswagen Beetle that pulls up to each seat. Instead of carving a saxophone from a coconut, guests can enjoy mellow numbers such as "Lovin' in Your Eyes" and "I Am The Other Man" from the comfort of top-tier seats. Guitars and ukuleles will swathe the crowd in romance, prompting episodes of handholding and tandem piggyback rides. Visitors can also watch opening performances by local Hawaiian-pop band Ho’okipa Centrale and the Hiva Nui hula troupe.
Signature service: Computer and Printer Repair
Brands Used: Dell, HP, Compaq, Toshiba, Ricoh, Brother
Sometimes it's all about the little things in life. What supplemental courtesies do you include with your main services to leave clients with a smile on their face?
We always clean out the inside of our customers' PCs to free them from dust?which can cause fans to not work, in turn causing other major issues. So your computer goes home clean on the inside as well as repaired.
Do you or your staff have any special certifications or degrees?
[We are] factory-certified by Brother, Compaq, Dell, HP, Ricoh, and Toshiba
What aspect of your job, or the services you offer, most often surprises people?
There is not one antivirus out there that can stop all viruses from attacking your computer, but people can't seem to understand that. They think that because they have antivirus on their computer, they should not get viruses, and some even get angry. So just because you have software on your computer to protect it, doesn't mean you cant get a virus.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We are a local business that is very involved in our community, as we support our local Lions Club and are a member of the Shriners. We like to give back to our community.
Casual visitors to Harmony Wynelands Winery might be forgiven for thinking the vineyard’s name derives from its perfectly balanced wine selection, but a surprise waits in the blue and white barn amid the rows of grape vines. There presides owner Bob Hartzell’s prize possession: the 2/11 Robert Morton organ that was originally installed in the Castro Theatre in San Francisco. The winery satisfies music lovers with regularly scheduled concerts, enophiles with on-demand tasting experiences, and both at the same time with finger-licking wineglass players. The musical theme is also reflected in the vineyard’s Orchestra wine club, which fans can join at a Soloist or Maestro level to receive wine shipments and special offers.