E-Newsletter: August/September 2019
Mahalo to our partner Hawaii Home & Remodeling and to our sponsors and booth participants.
Hard to believe it's already August, time has flown by. We just finished representing ASID at the BIA Summer Home Show. BIA gives us a booth every year which is a great value to or membership. We did a panel discussion on Design Trends which was well attended, and we got lots of interest at our ASID booth. This is a great way for our members to be in front of people who are doing home renovation projects and educate them on the value of working with a professional designer. Thank you to everyone who participated and made this a successful event.
We are gearing up for our big event Design Impacts Lives on September 7, and still need your participation. Please consider being one of our ASID “speed date a designer” participants. It’s a 3-hour commitment,12:00pm-3:00pm. The public will be paying $20 for a 20-minute consult with a designer. This is a great way to get new clients who are interested in working with a designer.
We also need help setting up the event from 7:00am-9:00am and working at the event (various shifts available) and breaking down the event from 4:00pm-6:00pm. I hope you will consider helping us out.
Lastly, we need donations for the sample sale portion of our the event. Anything home related will work. Do you have something hanging around that you ordered wrong, extra tile, random plumbing fixtures, etc? Do you have clients who are getting rid of things to be replaced by the amazing new things you have selected? I had a client give me an Indich rug and several accessories to sell at the event. Anything in saleable condition will be greatly appreciated and, remember, proceeds will help Habitat for Humanity.
We can’t pull this off without the help of our association members. Please consider volunteering some time to make this event a success. You may even get some new clients along the way. I look forward to seeing many of you on September 7.
With gratitude & aloha,
Tiare Noelani Pinto, Allied ASID, CKD
Local Events (Click on event title for more details.)
Design Impacts Lives
November 2 – 5
Healthcare Design Expo & Conference
For a full list of upcoming national events, visit www.asid.org/events.
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ASID Hawaii Chapter strives to work in support of our local interior designers by providing opportunities for continuing education, advocacy for the profession, social events and recognition of Design Excellence through our annual awards gala. While a small portion of our annual membership fees provides seed money for these activities, it is through annual sponsorships from our collaborative team of design firms and industry partners that the financial and personalized support is found to realize the programs and functions the membership expects.
As a sponsor of ASID Hawaii, your company can engage with members, participate in events, host meetings, and sponsor activities. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to increase visibility through additional marketing, branding, special access, and deeper engagement with ASID members. Sponsorship is an excellent opportunity for your business to gain exposure and showcase your products and services to our local interior design community.
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