Gerard Aflague is an online entrepenuer, designer, and inventor. He has an uncanny ability to brainstorm new and interesting products that are original concepts, or improvements from earlier product designs, following through with prototypes that ultimately turn into actual products sold online to the world.
When his family moved to the mainland about a decade ago, he wanted to be reminded of the things that he identified with back home. Like himself, his wife and children also wanted to keep the island fresh in their memory. So with this knowledge at hand, and with his passion for designing, he realized that he was not alone in his search.
Every opportunity, every thought, every idea, is a starting point for new possibilities. Dreaming and imagining are steps in creating something inspiring, beautiful, and functional. It is his hope that many will enjoy all that he creates in the process, to remind everyone of the joys and wonder of island living.
Business Strategy of the Gerard Aflague Collection
Mission - to provide unique cultural products to customers across the world
BigIslandNow.Com - Children's Bible Published in Hawaiian Language
KUAM TV - Interview About the Gerard Aflague Collection
Denver's WestWord Newspaper - How Highlands Ranch Became a Hotbed of Coconut Graters
Guam Post - New Series of Pacific Island Children's Books to Hit Bestseller, Faith Book Stores
Guam Post - A Labor of Love
Guam Post - Aflagues Share Home-Cooked Favorites
Guam Post - Chamoru Cuisine - A Mariånas Cultural Legacy
Pacific Daily News - A New Cookbook Takes on Both CHamoru Cuisine and Culture
Online Websites Where Products from the Gerard Aflague Collection Are Sold
Bonita Baby (Guam) - Retailer of our select children's books.
Faith Bookstore (Guam) - Retailer of our children's books, other home and office products, and our newest cookbook "Chamoru Cuisine".
Bestseller (Guam) - Retailer of our children's books and our newest cookbook "Chamoru Cuisine".
Lollipops (Saipan) - Retailer of our children's books and our newest cookbook "Chamoru Cuisine".