The Dilly Print Shop has made some friends over the years, especially with the addition of new clients brought over from Sport a few years ago. We blogged about Sport a while ago, he’s a sub-contractor Dilly who closed his print shop and brought over some of his clients to see us. Alicia’s Market is one of those clients.
Alicia’s Market has been in Kalihi for quite some time, they’ve got some of the best plate lunches and poke around. Their vision is to “to spread the culture of Hawaii to new markets with aloha,” and they do so by offering a variety of locally-inspired plates on their menu.They usually print 2,000 menus with us on an annual schedule and we look forward to seeing them.
“to spread the culture of Hawaii to new markets with aloha”
Alicia and her market are so well known in the community that her passing was broadcasted on local news. The Dilly Print Shop and its staff send our condolences to Alicia’s family. It’s sad to see such a respected individual in the community leave.