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Assistant Marketing Manager

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Cynthia has been a happy member of the Down to Earth Marketing Team since 2010. 

A “Jill-of-all-trades”, she is responsible for the company's social media, where she manages Down to Earth's presence on all the key platforms, and videography--producing films for team member training and a wide variety of marketing topics that include cooking classes, issues, and fun themes for social media.  Cynthia also provides support for the Customer Rewards program, and teaches cooking classes and workshops, and participates in health fairs, lectures, and many other events. She love to eat at home, read, eat with friends, dine out, read some more, volunteer, and cook amazing meals!

Recent Posts

2 Delightful Reasons to Attend VegFest Oahu

The second annual VegFest Oahu will be here sooner than you think! With only weeks away, this ultra-fun free community event celebrating plant-based, sustainable living will be quite the hot spot. You can expect amazing food (especially from yours truly!), incredible live entertainment, interesting booths and a diverse group of speakers and chefs covering all kinds of different topics and yummy dishes. Complete list of VegFest events.

Celebrate Honey

Honey is such a versatile product. Not only is it nutritious, honey also builds your immune system, energizes you, beautifies you, treats wounds, and it can improve your scalp and be a great moisturizer. If you want to get the best out of your honey make sure it’s raw. Raw honey contains vitamins, minerals, and enzymes as opposed to refined honey. We have many local honeys here at Down to Earth… come in and check them out! (My fav is Manoa honey.)

Here are some treat yo’self honey recipes:

Why I Love to DIY (and why I despise it sometimes)

If you’ve ever checked out Pinterest, you might be familiar with its overwhelming amount of DIY related posts. (If you’re not sure what Pinterest is, check out this great article.) Tons of blogs and articles extol the virtues of making things on your own. A few common reasons why people are interested in DIY projects range from saving money, wanting to know exactly what ingredients are going into your cookies, testing out your grandma’s homemade dry skin cream, or simply doing something fun.