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2019 Hale ‘Aina Awards Voting Tool Kit

Spread the news. Share the ballot. Polls close March 30, 2019.



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Use the graphics below to encourage your customers and social media followers to vote for your restaurant in the 2019 Hale ‘Aina Awards ballot.

 

Social Media Graphics

Download these JPGs of our Social Media graphics. Right-click your mouse on the image of your choice and choose “Save image as” to download.

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Facebook Covers

Download these JPGs of our Facebook covers. Right-click your mouse on the image of your choice and choose “Save image as” to download.

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Email Blasts

Download one of these JPGs to send through your email marketing platform or post it on your Facebook page! Right-click your mouse on the image of your choice and choose “Save image as” to download. Be sure to link the email back to the ballot page: honolulumagazine.com/haleainaballot

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Posters

Click on the graphic below to print out a poster to put on your wall.

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