HRA’s Keep Calm and Carry Out

Hawaii Restaurant Association’s  Keep Calm and Carry Out campaign has been growing. If your restaurant or your favorite restaurant is not on the list, please post on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/hrahawaii/ your zip code, your website and the service you are offering: take out, drive through, curbside service and delivery service, and we will add…

Executive Directors Message – April 2020

Why are you a member of the National Restaurant Association and The Hawaii Restaurant Association? We are your best advocate and resource during this unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19. Despite this period of social distancing, I feel a closer bond to our members, our HRA Board of Directors and  industry leaders. I am grateful to everyone…

Utilize Telemedicine Resources to Access Care

Have you spoken with a doctor virtually about health concerns when you are not feeling well?   As Chief Medical Officer for HMAA, I want to ensure you have access to care and telemedicine resources, such as our free HiDoc service for HMAA members, to speak with a doctor 24/7 from the safety of your…

Continue Providing Healthcare Benefits during COVID-19

Hawaii employers can continue to provide company-paid healthcare benefits for eligible employees under certain circumstances. For HRA Regular members and other qualified HRA employers throughout the state, HMAA’s preferred pricing through our Association Health Plan can reduce the cost of continuing coverage for your employees and their families. Eligible employers can enroll in the HRA…

Stay Calm, Take Out, and TAKE FREE CLASSES!!!

This unprecedented period will come to an end. While things may never get back to “Normal” that we knew, travel, sitting in a restaurant and social togetherness will all come back. One thing that the dining public will certainly have is a heightened awareness of a restaurants Food Safety.  Your staff must be knowledgeable on…

New Member – PinPoint Local Honolulu

Karelin was just four years old when her family moved to Oahu. Raised in the Wahiawa/Mililani area, she grew up loving the outdoors and beach trips to Haleiwa. After junior high, the family moved to Kaneohe. Karelin has lived on the Windward side ever since. After high school, Karelin attended one year at Hawaii Loa…