UH-Hilo holds first etiquette dinner
As part of a nationwide trend that combines the teachings of proper dining and business etiquette, the University of Hawaii at Hilo’s College of Business and Economics hosted its first etiquette dinner on Tuesday, April 23.
Graduating seniors, scholarship recipients and other students gathered on campus with local business leaders for an “all locally grown” menu served with lessons in proper dining etiquette.
The College’s Business Leaders Advisory Board sponsored the event and sold tables to local businesses, who selected two representatives per table to network and dine with the students.
Sponsors included Bank of Hawaii, Hilton Waikoloa Village, Taketa, Iwata and Hara Certified Public Accountants, KTA Superstores, HPM, HELCO, Hilo Medical Center, Coldwell-Banker Day-Lum Properties, and Wesley Segawa and Associates.
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