Sponsored by Watanabe Floral
The holidays are a time for friends, feasting and family traditions, but it’s also a time to remember those in need. Watanabe Floral makes it a priority to bring a little holiday spirit to the community with festive floral arrangements and centerpieces, but at the same time, it’s reaching out to those most in need offering support and understanding, be it keiki, military vet or kupuna. The company works closely with nonprofit organizations, such as Make A Wish Hawaii, The American Cancer Society and the Children’s Miracle Network to give back. General manager and Sales and Marketing Director Monty Pereira shared a little Christmas cheer with HI Now host Jobeth Devera.
About Watanabe Floral
Flowers bring a special sentiment to moments in our lives; elegance to a wedding; sympathy to a Celebration of Life; tenderness to a Birthday or Anniversary celebration. While it is true that we work with flowers, our real opportunity comes from helping our guests express their feelings. Wherever you are in life, it is Watanabe Floral’s commitment to make your occasion exceptional and unique for you!
For over 71 years, Watanabe Floral has made it our priority to provide excellent service to guests. It has an award-winning design team, with over 100 years of combined experience ready to serve you and a sales and operational team committed to living the Spirit of Aloha and keeping people first in all they do! Watanabe Floral strives for 100% exceptional guest service!
Watanabe Floral is blessed to have received numerous accolades, including being named Hawaii’s Best Florist 2003 – 2017 (Star Advertiser/Midweek). The company was also awarded the prestigious Ho’okela Award, being recognized as Oahu’s Retail Merchant of the Year in 2005.