New and Exciting News Happening Here at Maui Times

We would like to announce an addition to our senior management team and are proud to introduce Darris Hurst as our new Chief Operations Officer....

Aloha Maui Times friends and customers,

This letter is to share with you both new and exciting news happening here at Maui Times.

The past month has been very eventful to say the least. Our offices were recently impacted by an outbreak of COVID-19 and for both the safety of our employees as well as the community we had to briefly pause our operations. As a result, we made the hard decision to skip the current issue of Maui Times dated July 2022. Currently we are back in the office, stronger than ever and are working on our August edition. We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience to our valued customers and supporters and are committed to serving our community.

Maui Timesʻ new COO Darris Hurst.

During this time we would like to announce an addition to our senior management team and are proud to introduce Darris Hurst as our new Chief Operations Officer. He will be leading our day-to-day operations. This effectively puts in motion our planned transition to a new and improved bi-monthly model. That’s right, twice as much Maui Times coming your way soon!

As we have done for the past 9 months, we will continue to publish a monthly mailed edition into every home in Maui County that provides all of the news, events, culture and environmental stories that you know and love. Additionally, starting Aug. 15, 2022, we are also publishing a completely new set of special editions that will only be distributed on the streets of Maui each month. These special editions are slightly different from the regular format of our mailed editions and will be specifically themed to a different topic each and every month.

This change allows us to bring back our biggest and most popular edition, Best of Maui. This edition will be launching in 2023 and will provide you with additional information on this and all of our other special editions very soon.

We truly appreciate your continued support and look forward to serving you in the future.

Mahalo Nui Loa,

Sam Weiss – Chairmen of the Board – Maui Times

Darris Hurst – COO – Maui Times


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