The boutique stores of LeSportsac are a haute couture fixture of Hawaii. On October 26, Mr. James Geiger of Kupono Investment, Inc. and owner of LeSportsac boutiques in Waikiki and Guam came out in support of the Rainbow for Japan Kids (RFJK) program by donating $25,000 towards this project to the Japan-America Society of Hawaii. RFJK brings disaster-affected children of the March 11 disaster in Japan to Hawaii for rest, recuperation, and physical/psychological relief. As it turns out, this is not the first instance of generosity shown by Kupono Investment, Inc. to the RFJK project. In December of last year, LeSportsac donated stylish Weekender bags to the girls who came to Hawaii for this program.
As to why the company has been so generous, owner Jim Geiger said, “We are a Hawaii-based and Hawaii-staffed company. I’ve been here for over 30 years, we are a fixture of the community, and we want to show support to this great program as people of Hawaii.”
LeSportsac is a quintessential American lifestyle brand of casual, trendsetting nylon bags. Founded in 1974, the company maintains a strong presence around the globe, offering a fashion forward line of handbags, travel totes, backpacks, attaches and accessories. The lightweight fabric combined with high-performance hardware characterizes its iconic, functional styles available in a wide variety of colors and prints. A leader in the accessories market, LeSportsac continues to offer fresh, innovative styles that remain consistent in terms of quality and character while partnering with trendsetters around the world. The product also features exclusive Hawaiian theme prints. Kupono Investment, Inc. operates six stores in Hawaii-Royal Hawaiian Center, Ala Moana Center, Waikiki Shopping Plaza, Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa, Hilton Hawaiian Village, and Waikele Premium Outlets -and two stores in Guam.
JASH and the Rainbow for Japan Kids Committee thanks Kupono Investment, Inc. and all the staff of LeSportsac for their generosity.