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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
Sunrise is live 'On the Road' this morning from Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii in Kapolei. To kick off the Summer, the waterpark invited the first 500 people in for free before 6:30am.
Steve Uyehara, Grace Lee and Howard Dicus hung out at Wet 'n' Wild all morning long, not only to have fun, but to learn infant CPR training from a certified lifeguard and to get tips from a Kaiser Permanente aesthetician, on how to protect your skin from the sun.
Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii joined up with other groups around the country to break the Guiness World Record for the "largest swim lesson". The 30 minute swim lesson was taught by Kamaaina Kids.
Howard Dicus provided business and tourism reports while lounging poolside. Designer Ari South talked about Summer fashion trends as musician Makua Rothman entertained with several musical performances.
Check out the clips to see all the interviews and activities from 'Sunrise on the Road', including local clothing outfitters that were featured in the keiki fashion show.