National “Chill Out” Day

When:
April 15, 2019 3:00 PM
Venue:
Kona Ice
2336 Lauwiliwili St. Kapolei, Hawaii, 96707

With Tax Day right around the corner, many of us are reaching into our pockets to pay-off Uncle Sam. To relieve taxpayers of the stress associated with meeting the federal deadline, Kona Ice will be hosting its sixth annual National “Chill Out” Day.

The island-inspired truck will be parked at 2336 Lauwiliwili St. in Kapolei (right by American Tire Company) to hand out FREE cups of tropical shaved ice to all who stop by. The refreshing treat will ensure that there is no taxation without relaxation this tax season. Find participating hours and locations at www.kona-ice.com/chill-out-day.
The event is open to the public and media cameras. Interviews with the owner and staff will be available onsite.
WHY: National “Chill Out” Day is one of the many ways Kona Ice is encouraging the nation to take a step back, relax and enjoy a Kona. National “Chill Out” Day is one small, yet powerful, way the brand hopes to put a smile on people’s faces. Through partnerships with schools, youth sports leagues and other neighborhood organizations, Kona Ice has given back more than $60 million to the communities it serves.
To learn more about Kona Ice’s giveback efforts, visit: http://www.kona-ice.com/giveback-programs/ 
WHO: Kona Ice invites members of the community to come and CHILL OUT with a delicious cup of shaved ice, tropical tunes and flower leis.
WHERE: 2336 Lauwiliwili St. Kapolei Hi 96707 
DATE AND TIME: Monday, April 15, 2019 from 3-5 pm. 

ABOUT KONA ICE
A true community ally renowned for facilitating endless fundraising options, Kona Ice has given more than $60 million back to neighborhood schools, organizations and teams since its inception in 2007. The brand's iconic truck offers customers a one-of-a-kind experience, featuring the opportunity to create their own Kona Ice on the self-serve Flavorwave™, while enjoying the soothing sights and sounds from the tropics. Currently, there are 1,000-plus franchise units in more than 45 states.