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P.F. Chang’s Waikiki Celebrates 10 Years with Shoes for Brews

(Sponsored) Donate a new pair of shoes on Saturday, April 14, and receive a free beer.



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P.F. Chang’s Shoes For Brews Benefit

photo: courtesy of p.f. Chang’s Waikiki

 

P.F. Chang’s Waikiki is celebrating 10 years in business with Shoes for Brews, a special sudsy benefit for Aloha United Way. Head to its location at the Royal Hawaiian Center on Saturday, April 14, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and donate a new pair of shoes or slippers and to receive a free 16-ounce Kona Brewing Co. beer or cup of coffee. Enjoy your free pint alongside tunes from local DJ Super CW, happy hour specials, games including jumbo Jenga and Connect Four, prize giveaways and more.

 

No time to shop? Don’t worry—local brand Scott Hawai‘i will be on-site with exclusive specials on footwear.

 

Ample parking is available at the Royal Hawaiian Center. Validate at P.F. Chang’s or any center merchant and receive your first hour free. For more information and a full menu listing, visit pfchangshawaii.com.

 

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