Aloha VW Ohana,

The VW Club of Hawaii was invited to the 95th running of the Kamehameha Day Parade! This was a live telecasted event! We were looking for 30 or more cars, but came in with 24 for our first time out in this historical event. We want to thank all the drivers who came out early at 5:00am for the line up and showed their Hawiian spirit with their awesome elaborate floral decorated VW’s!  Being invited to and involved in such an event really hits home in the roots of Hawaiian history! It was such an honor to be in the presence of the Royal Kamehameha family. So many smiles and shaka’s throughout the parade from VW fans. The other great news is …WE ARE INVITED BACK NEXT YEAR IN 2012!!!  Aloha and Mahalo as we hope to see you there next year! The VW Club of Hawaii

Driver Mahalos!!! 1960 Gold Buggy Danny Casaquit, 1965 Red Buggy Hector Comesario, 1966 Blue Buggy Todd Matsumoto, 1965 Blue Buggy Vic Pascua, 1968 Blue Ghia Mike Roth, 1964 Red Ghia Kaimana Valdez, 1956 Gold Oval Shane Fivella, 1956 Blue Oval Sean Vienes, 1957 Blue Oval Brian Simonson, 1955 White Oval John Ongos, 1966 Red Vert Bug Matt Santiago, 1966 Pearl Vert Bug Cliff Gorai, 1956 Blue Oval Vert Greg Frey, 1966 Green Rag Top Bug Bug Ed Kaukani, 1965 Blue Bug Greg Campbell, 1964 Turkis 21 Window Sal Acosta, 1964 Sunburst 11 Window Shawn Burke, 1956 Blue 11 Window Eddie Quillopo, 1950 Blue Panel Karl Florres, 1965 Blue Crew Cab Derwin Yamaguchi, 1974 White Thing Jill Flores, 1964 Black Rat Rod Bug Randy Makahanaloa, 1972 Camo Bug Nelson Caluyo

Oahu King Kamehameha Day Parade

The floral parade held in Honolulu every June, to honor the memory of King Kamehameha, is the longest parade in Hawaii. The 95th Annual Honolulu King Kamehameha Day Parade will take place on Saturday, June 11, 2011 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The parade will begin at King & Richards and end at Kapi’olani Park via Punchbowl, Ala Moana and Kalakaua Avenue.

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