We Not Pau is a family-owned business, based in Wailuku, Maui, Hawai'i.

"Pau" is the Hawaiian word meaning "finished" or "done." So, "We Not Pau" means we are not done, not ready to quit, and that we will persevere in the face of adversity or challenges.

Myna birds were introduced to Hawaii in the 19th century to control worms in agricultural fields. They are well-known among locals throughout the Hawaiian islands. A scrappy underdog, Myna birds are quite opportunistic and clever. They are also lively, social, and outgoing. They truly embody the essence of We Not Pau. A Myna bird is never done, is clever, and will find a way to get what they want, despite seemingly insurmountable challenges.

We're just like that, but more the party kine.