Eggs ‘n Things brewed up a new plan to keep moving forward – Honolulu, Hawaii news, sports & weather

“When things shut down, we had new challenges. I remember we had a marketplace to get rid of things so that they wouldn’t go bad. We were selling eggs for two bucks. It was an interesting challenge because everything stopped so abruptly.” Michael Skedeleski, Director of Operations at Eggs ‘n Things, says they did everything to keep business cracking, including selling and giving away supplies. “Yeah, we did that at the beginning. We even sold toilet paper at one point. We were giving it away with an order because we had a bunch. Obviously, no one was using our bathrooms, so we decided to bless people with that.”

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