With a resolute focus structured on Safety, Health, Professionalism and Economic Stability, Hawaiʻi Events Coalition serves the well-being of the businesses and individuals who make up the LIVE EVENTS INDUSTRY throughout the State of Hawaiʻi.

Member and Business Resources

Committee Chair:

Jack Hufstetler
President/Owner, Theatrix Hawaii
Bachelor of Arts at University of Hawai‘i – Mānoa
Veteran US Army Officer and Helicopter Pilot

Theatrix Hawaii is an Entertainment Production Company which specializes in Event Management, Stage Design, Event Lighting, Corporate Audio, Broadcast Video, Entertainment Rigging, LED Screens and Staging. They have been making amazing events for over 20 years.

Co-Chair:

Jim Swanson
Managing Partner
Mid-Pacific Audio Visual LCC

Jim has 41 years (32 in Hawaiʻi ) experience in various levels of Audio-Visual Event production & management.

Formed in 2018, Mid-Pac Audio Visual is primarily focused on design and execution of A/V presentation systems and technical direction/production coordination for Corporate Events, Conventions and Entertainment programs throughout the Hawaiian Islands.

Mission:

Our Member and Business Services Committee’s goal is to help Live Event Industry professionals get connected with other members and programs that will allow them to prosper in Hawaiʻi’s Live Event business climate.

Helpful Tips

Registering for SAM.gov

The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant application process is preceded by the need to register at SAM.gov.

Individuals or businesses already engaged in work with the Federal government should already have a SAM.gov account. If you’re new to the system, our PowerPoint is designed to simplify the approach to registration on that site. Please follow it, and feel free to share it with friends. Don’t let a seemingly complicated prerequisite deter you from applying for the SVOG!

Mouse over the presentation for video controls to start, pause, replay, stop

Legal Aid Society of Hawaiʻi published an easy-to-follow info page outlining the rules surrounding mortgage and rental moratoriums and their effect on evictions. It was published on 03/17/21 and is the latest information available.

To understand the eviction process and your rights under the CARES Act, as well as to find useful housing-related information, please visit their website: Legal Aid Society of Hawaiʻi.

Important Links

COVID-19 RELATED RESOURCES

SNAP – Food Stamps & Financial Aid
Maui County Grants

World Health Org COVID-19

Honolulu Re-Opening Framework Document

Hawaii Dept. of Human Services

Center for Disease Control COVID-19

SBA Covid-19 Relief Options

NAV – Small Business Help

National Institute of Health COVID-19

Office of Hawaiian Affairs Grants

Aloha United Way Resources

NON-COVID-19 RELATED RESOURCES

Patsy Mink Center for Business & Leadership

Coalition of Labor Union Women

State Listing of Aid Services
MedQuest Health Services Info

OUTER ISLAND RESOURCES

The Small Business Development Center has resources to assist small businesses and offers help with SBA-based initiatives and projects. Each county has its own office:

MAUI
Website
Maui Research & Technology Center
590 Lipoa Pkwy – Suite 264
Kīhei, HI 96753-6913
Phone: (808) 875-5990 Fax: (808) 875-5989

KAUAI
Website
2970 Kele Street – Suite 101
Līhu‘e, HI 96766
Phone: (808) 241-3148  Fax: (808) 241-3229

HILO
Website
100 Pauahi Street – Suite 109
Hilo, HI 96720
Phone: (808) 933-0776 Fax: (808) 933-0778

KAILUA-KONA
Website
73-970 Makako Bay Drive – Suite 108
Kailua Kona, HI 96740
Phone: (808) 333-5000 Fax: (808) 333-5900

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