H.A.M- Hawaii Actors Mixer

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H.A.M- Hawaii Actors Mixer

This is a group to discuss any ideas about our monthly mixers. We can come up with discussion topics for the mixers. If anyone would like to organize a mixer you can put your postings here. Lets work together to get the most out of our mixers.

Location: Honolulu Hawaii
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how about a mixer on the big island?? Hilo?Continue

Started by robin metze. Last reply by Roger Garrett Feb 27, 2012.

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Comment by Charles Barry Howarth on May 2, 2012 at 10:14am

1 key to building Hawaii's film industry.

From Charles Barry How… to The Wells Brothers Sent on Sunday

The Mixer that was held on Thursday the 26th at the Honolulu Club in my opinion was a huge success. Roger Garrett and Dennis Keating were on scene to help with name tags. Shortly after the start time an excellent variety of hot and cold food offerings were set up for the taking. The Club itself had a very nice bar and excellent service for drinks. The price of drinks was very reasonable. All the food and live music was provided by


Mr. John Scoggins. What a great guy to do this for the Mixer Group. I personally had a wonderful time and met a lot of interesting people that are involved with the industry. Just what I was looking for. So, three cheers for Roger, Dennis and especially John for all their effort and dollars for making this Mixer so Successful. I can hardly wait for the next one.


C. Barry Howarth

Comment by Hawaii Film Industry on April 27, 2012 at 8:31pm

AGREED!

Comment by Andrea Stephanie McPherson on April 27, 2012 at 5:53pm

SIDE NOTE: I have nothing but positive feedback for HAN. My personal attitude is that, if you cannot be a GRATEFUL member, then either delete your profile, start your own network (good luck) or just don't say anything. It's rather hypocritical to keep bashing something, yet continue to be a member of that which you are bashing. =)

Comment by Andrea Stephanie McPherson on April 27, 2012 at 5:50pm

The mixer was ok. Not many folks that I've known for years from HAN, but I met a few new folks and chatted it Michael. I hope to see both of the Wells Bros. and more familiar faces at the next official HAN Mixer!!!! Thank you, HAN for all that you've for my career. I would't be in AFTRA/SAG if it were not for you. Mahalos.

Comment by Roger Garrett on April 27, 2012 at 4:32pm

Here are some pictures of the HAN Mixer that was held at the Honolulu Club HAN Mixer Pictures


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Comment by Teddy Wells on April 19, 2012 at 9:57am

Comment by Hawaii Film Industry on April 19, 2012 at 9:38am

How cool is this. I Googled Hawaii Actors Mixer and the upcoming mixer shows on the first page of the Google search. Check it out HERE

Comment by Michael Snoopy Wells on April 18, 2012 at 1:55pm

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Comment by Teddy Wells on April 18, 2012 at 1:53pm

Oh I almost forgot, we even posted a sign about the mixer at our Tropical Smoothie Cafe for all of our customers to see. Yet and still you show us soooo much UN-appreciation. WOW! REALLY


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Comment by Teddy Wells on April 18, 2012 at 1:46pm

Mr. Garrett, for the record: The message about the mixer was sent out to all members. Some members already got it twice because i sent to my friends and also my following on Facebook and Twitter. People will attend the mixer if they so desire. Spamming the members about the mixer and you attacking us on the HAN site is not gonna increase the number of patrons to attend the mixer. It only spews out negativity and hatred. I have learned that most people will avoid those at all cost.

 
 
 

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