– Hawaiian Telcom Entertainment Lounge added for shoppers’ enjoyment –

Honolulu, Hawaii – Goodwill Hawaii has announced that tickets are now available for the highly anticipated Goodwill Goes GLAM! presented by Bank of Hawaii Foundation scheduled for July 21-24, 2016 at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. The annual event features a 20,000 square foot pop-up marketplace of name brand fashions and items pulled from Goodwill Hawaii stores.

Tickets to the 2016 GLAM! Fashion Show & Pre-Sale on Thursday, July 21 can be purchased pre-sale online for $25 or at the door for $30. Kini Zamora, Hawaii’s own 2016 “Project Runway” All-Star first runner-up, is returning to produce the annual fashion show. The theme of the fashion show is “Doll Me Up” and will feature original, upcycled creations by 13 aspiring local designers – including 6 college students from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and Honolulu Community College fashion programs and 7 junior designers from Sewciety Hawaii formerly known as ME+U Sewing. Following the fashion show, Zamora will award $1,200 to one college student and $300 to one junior designer who he feels displays the most industry potential.

Tickets to the GLAM! Sale, July 22-24, are also on sale now for $2 pre-sale at all Goodwill Oahu store locations (excluding As-Is). Tickets can also be purchased for $4 at the Blaisdell Box Office on the event days. The GLAM! Sale is a treasure trove of the best items that Goodwill Hawaii has to offer. These include designer fashions, shoes and hand bags, vintage housewares, one-of-a-kind collectibles, and the island’s best collection of Aloha shirts – all at affordable prices.

The four-day event will feature some new additions this year, including the Hawaiian Telcom Entertainment Lounge equipped with TVs, a laptop/computer station, and complimentary Wi-Fi access for shoppers’ enjoyment.

Boots Retail USA will also be hosting free beauty workshops and demonstrations at the GLAM! Spot from 11 am to 5 pm on the GLAM! Sale days featuring its No7 Cosmetics and Skincare products. The workshops will include: No7 Match Made Foundation Service workshop covering color-matching foundations, foundation tips and demonstrations; No7 Sun Kissed Complexion workshop covering skincare advice and tips on how to achieve radiant skin and featuring demonstrations on products that provide a sun kissed complexion; and No7 All About the Eyes workshop on how to keep your eyes looking youthful using No7 eye products.

The daily Boots Retail USA workshop schedule at the GLAM! Spot is as follows:

Friday, July 22 & Saturday, July 23

  • 12 pm: No7 Match Made Foundation Service
  • 1 pm: No7 Sun Kissed Complexion
  • 2 pm: No7 Match Made Foundation Service
  •  3 pm: No7 Sun Kissed Complexion

Sunday, July 24

  • 12 pm: No7 All About the Eyes
  • 1 pm: No7 Sun Kissed Complexion
  •  2 pm: No7 All About the Eyes
  •  3 pm: No7 Sun Kissed Complexion

The highly successful Goodwill Goes GLAM! presented by Bank of Hawaii Foundation is now in its 5th year and raises awareness for Goodwill Hawaii’s mission to assist people who are having difficulty finding employment, offering them the services and tools they need to become self-sufficient and realize their potential. Over $280,000 was raised at Goodwill Goes GLAM! in 2015, and Goodwill Hawaii was able to assist more than 11,000 individuals with job training, counseling and placement programs statewide. For more information, visit

About Goodwill Hawaii
Goodwill Hawaii’s mission is to help people with employment barriers to reach their full potential and become self-sufficient. Supported by its retail operations and financial endeavors, its educational, employment and training programs have provided skills training, employment counseling, job placement and support services since 1959. To learn more about Goodwill Hawaii, visit

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