Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman To Close Dakine Bail Bonds Office and Logo Shop

HONOLULU (KHON2) – The world’s most renowned bounty hunter, Duane “Dog” Chapman, and his equally famous partner on and off the screen, wife Beth Chapman, will be vacating their Da Kine Bail Bonds offices and “Dog the Bounty Hunter” logo goods shop at 1381 Queen Emma Street at the end of January 2019, due to the sale of the building and plans by the new owner to demolish and redevelop. 

The Chapmans have announced a clearance sale at their logo store. Starting at 10 a.m. on January 23, all items in the store will go on sale including store fixtures, office furniture and equipment from the bail bonds office, cars, and many other miscellaneous items featured on their hit reality shows. The items will remain on sale until January 31 or until all items are sold.  

At 12 p.m. on Saturday, January 26 Duane Chapman will sign his New York Times Best-Selling books, as well as logo merchandise, and take photos with customers, along with Beth.  

The Chapmans have been long-term tenants of the building. 

Episodes of both of their reality shows, the long-running “Dog the Bounty Hunter” on A&E and “Dog & Beth: On The Hunt” which airs on CMT, were filmed in the now famous Queen Emma Street office. 

Over the years thousands of fans from around the world have made a stop there to take photos and hopefully catch a glimpse of their bounty hunting heroes. 

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