We offer a diverse range of communications services, fully adaptive to each one of our clients. 


Communications Strategy  We help you build your brand. From executive positioning to establishing your company in the community, we are dedicated to fully understanding your vision, values and objectives and developing a comprehensive communications strategy. 

Public Relations |  We’ve been in this business a long time. Through our long-standing relationships with media and the community, we get your messages seen by the right audience. We know how to keep you out of a crisis or swiftly move you out of one. 

Events | Instead of taking time away from your business to plan an event, use us.  We  do everything from concept creation to promotion, planning, and onsite coordination. 

Graphic Design | We leverage our partnerships with some of the most respected designers in the industry to get your business noticed. 

Social Media |  Social media trends are still evolving. We monitor and stay on top of the trends so you don’t have to. We’ll also train your employees to maximize social media benefits with in-house execution.   

Digital Outreach |   Engage and build your audience with insightful targeted messages through a variety of online or traditional sources (ads, social media ads, animated email, email, collateral, and newsletters). 

Media Training |   We’ll teach you how to work with the media to get your messages across and to become an effective spokesperson.



Hawaii Advertising Federation (Pele Awards) 
Public Relations Society of America
International Association of Business Communicators
Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)

Hawai‘i Center for Food Safety (HCFS) is a nonprofit public advocacy organization that offers capacity-building trainings and opportunities to community organizers and small nonprofit organizations working to advance Hawai‘i’s grassroots food movement. Public speaking and media interviews are essential tools for advocates working to raise public awareness and grow support for any issue. Last year we invited Pineapple Tweed to train 30 organizers in interview skills and best practices to empower them to be more effective spokespeople.

Pineapple Tweed’s insightful and professional training de-mystified the interview process and equipped participants with practical tips for success. Drawing from real examples, Piia covered the “dos and don’ts” for interviews, and engaged participants in fun roleplaying exercises to hone their skills. By the end of the training, participants were highly satisfied and felt motivated to carry their new skills into their media and community outreach work. Several participants who felt intimidated about media interviews prior to the training shared that they now have increased confidence and a more positive outlook on public speaking. After this training, the grassroots food movement is much better poised to communicate our messages clearly, concisely and authentically. Thank you for this transformative training Pineapple Tweed.
— Hawaii Center for Food Safety