At NIU Honolulu, we’re starting a “NIU” tradition (pun intended). Each year, we will present an
all-electric mobility vehicle such as our Moped, collaborate with local talent on creating a
one-of-a-kind work of art, and then donate all funds to a Hawaii-based charity. For our inaugural
year, we partnered with fine artist Kristie Fujiyama Kosmides and multi Nā Hōkū Hanohano award
winner and ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro, of Abstract Collab
( and together with NIU Honolulu, created a very cool piece of
art. The beneficiary this year is Hawai‘i Foodbank ( and 100% of all
funds raised will go to the organization.


To enter the giveaway to win the NIU Honolulu 2022 Holiday Moped, anyone 21 years of age
and over can make a donation between the amount of $5. and $50. We’ve kept the donation
nominal so that everyone has the opportunity to participate. The NIU Honolulu 2022 Holiday Moped Giveaway begins on Dec. 5th and ends on Dec. 19th. The winner will be chosen at
random and announced on Dec. 20th. As said above, 100% of all donations received this year
will go to Hawai‘i Foodbank. Happy Holidays!


1. No purchase necessary. To enter the NIU Honolulu 2022 Holiday Moped Giveaway with the
Hawaii Food Bank, participants can make a donation in any amount between $5. and $50.
between Dec. 5 - 19, 2022. Limit (1) entry per person, per day. All online entries must be
received by 11:59 p.m. December 19, 2022 on the NIU Honolulu website. If a participant
doesn’t wish to make a donation, they can enter by filling out a paper ballot which must be
mailed to NIU Honolulu by December 15, 2022. To receive a paper ballot, please email your
contact information to [email protected] All funds raised will go directly to the
Hawaii Food Bank (
2. Entrants must be Hawaii residents, 21 years of age or older.
3. One winning name will be drawn at random from all qualified entries. Winner will be notified
by phone and/or registered mail by December 20, 2022.
4. Winner will receive a brand new NIU Moped with original artwork on the Moped painted by
fine artist Kristie Fujiyama Kosmides and multi Nā Hōkū Hanohano award winner and ukulele
virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro of Abstract Collab ( Retail value
is $10,000. If the winner lives on O'ahu, the Moped can be picked up at the NIU Honolulu
Showroom in Kaimuki, O'ahu. If the winner lives on a neighbor island, NIU Honolulu will ship
the Moped free of charge.
5. Winner must present a valid government issued photo ID upon receipt of the prize. To operate the Moped the winner will need a valid Hawai'i drivers license. 
6. Employees and their immediate family members of all participating Vendor Partners and NIU
Honolulu are not eligible to enter.
7. Neither the sponsor nor any of its agencies are responsible for misdirected mail or entries.
All materials submitted become the property of NIU Honolulu and none will be returned.
8. There will be one winner selected for the State of Hawaii. Winner may not substitute or
transfer the prize.
9. Acceptance of prize offered constitutes permission to use the winner's name, biographical
information, and/or likeness for the purpose of advertising and promotion without further

Videography: Nainoa Andrade
Photography: Jaslyn Loftin, Tracy Larrua/Poi Planet
Art Direction: Tracy Larrua/Poi Planet
Post Editing: Jaslyn Loftin/Poi Planet
Original Music: “Hawaii Moped Merriment” by Kosuke & J.Lyn
Moped: NIU Honolulu
Artists: Kristie Fujiyama Kosmides, Jake Shimabukuro, Nathan Bingham
Artist Assistants: Tracy Larrua, Jaslyn Loftin, Nainoa Andrade




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