“Where’s a good place to eat….?”


CAPTION: The TGI Hawaii team in July 2018 at the Hawaii Lodging, Hospitality & Foodservice Expo. Did you chat with us? From left to right: Stuart Sellars, founder and CEO; Jennifer Wedel, Director of Marketing; James Survance, Director of Sales

Hotel front desk staff tell us that this is still one of the top 3 questions their guests ask. One of the other top 3 questions is, “Do you have a map of the area?”

TGI Hawaii publishes visitor maps customized for each hotel. But we are not your typical visitor publication. Typical visitor publications are overflowing with ads from competing businesses. TGI Hawaii’s visitor maps strictly limit the number of ads – usually less than a dozen. Our advertisers get exclusivity in their business category. Typical visitor publications are mass distribution – the same generic piece in hotel lobbies, sidewalk racks, and info centers. Our visitor maps are unique and customized to each hotel. Front desk staff use our maps to guide and advise guests every day – which means our maps are delivered straight into visitors’ hands by someone the hotel guests trust.

TGI Hawaii is a family-owned company that has served Hawaii’s tourism industry for over 40 years. We deliver on two promises: connect businesses directly with the types of visitors they want as customers, and give a unique, valuable information resource to hotels.

We have advertising opportunities on Oahu, Maui, Kaua’i, and Hawai’i Island. Check with James Survance about open ad spaces in your area. Call or text 808-203-0057, or email


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