"We were inspired to pursue the ukulele business once we realized there was a solid demand for the instrument, which was mainly because of the renewed interest in Hawaiian culture," says Cheryl Rock, co-owner of Mele Ukulele. "We also cater to a lot of tourists through our retail shop as well as our dealers outside of Hawaii and the Internet."Link Discuss
Friday, September 07, 2001
This article about Native Hawaiian products quotes the founder of Mele Ukulele.