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Xmas Xtras: Paradise offers 20% off for holidays

Stretch your dollar at Paradise Inc. during this holiday shopping season by taking advantage of the “20% off everything” store-wide sale going on now until December 31. (The discount doesn’t apply to phone cards, tobacco, snacks and other local goods, except for handmade gift baskets and leis that are discounted 10%).


All merchandise at Paradise is shipped directly from the USA.


Store owner Mr. Lee Hyun-Hwi has made American Samoa his home for nearly three decades, having owned and operated Paradise Inc. for the past 27 years.


He and his wife immigrated here from Korea and built their business from the ground up. They have been at the same Nu’uuli location, next to the Laufou Shopping Center, which was completely rebuilt in 1991 after the original structure was destroyed by Hurricane Val.


Over the years, Paradise Inc. has become a popular spot for local consumers. From toys and baby items, to cosmetics, clothes and home decor - Paradise Inc. is definitely a “must see” during the holidays.


Right now, they have in stock Christmas decorations, garlands, ribbons, lights, and cards — all priced to sell.


Great gift ideas that can be found there include religious-themed picture frames, wall clocks, watches, DVD players, speakers, and a wide assortment of fragrances for men and women.


Flash drives, memory cards, earphones and other electronic items are also available, in addition to shelves fully stocked with school supplies and accessories.


Helium balloons are also available for any and all occasions. Browse through the large selection of kids clothing and baby items including rockers, bouncers, carriers, car seats, and strollers.


Ladies: don’t forget to stock up on make-up at Paradise Inc., where eyeliner, lip liners, eye shadow, lipstick and mascara come in every color imaginable.


In addition to his business, Mr. Lee is an active member of the community and contributes much to the territory in form of volunteer work and donations.


Over the years, he has donated television sets to the Tafuna International Airport lobby, as well as the Emergency Room at the LBJ Medical Center. He was the driving force in connecting local cable TV with Korean channels like KBS World and YTN, which has become very popular amongst locals who have become addicted to Korean soap operas.


For eight years, Mr. Lee has volunteered to teach the Korean language free of charge, and many who have graduated the course have expressed gratitude to Mr. Lee for his work and expressed their excitement about being able to speak a new language.


Stop by Paradise Inc. today to visit Mr. Lee, Mrs. Lee and their courteous staff who are standing by to make your holiday shopping experience a smooth and easy one.