Brovelli honored as a ‘Na Hoku O’ Ka‘anapali’

Aug 24, 2019 350

Nathan Brovelli, bell attendant at Aston at The Whaler on Kaanapali Beach, has been named a "Na Hoku O' Ka'anapali" by the Kaanapali Beach Resort Association. Launched in July 2018, the program recognizes "shining stars" who act as ambassadors of the resort area. As bell attendant at the front entrance of The Whaler, Brovelli is often the first and last employee that guests see as they arrive and depart, and he takes this responsibility very seriously.

He wants each and every guest to feel welcome and comfortable, and to learn as much as they can about Kaanapali, Maui and Hawaiian culture. Born in Honolulu to a Hawaiian mother and Italian father, Brovelli was one of six children. His childhood was a happy and loving one, despite his parents' struggle to keep food on the table for eight people in a two-bedroom home.

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