Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau launches Kamaaina Special Offers Program

on "June 23, 2020 9:36 am"

Credit unions are encouraged to promote these special offers to members.

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The Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB) has launched a new program geared toward kamaaina, offering Hawaii residents exclusive specials on accommodations, activities, attractions, shopping, dining and more throughout the Hawaiian Islands.

The “Kamaaina Special Offers Program” will be available online through August 31 at HawaiiSpecialOffers.com/kamaaina/. Residents can access unique rates and discounts offered by participating Hawaii partners, to recharge at a favorite island-getaway, reconnect with family and friends, and rejuvenate the mind, body, and spirit.

Credit unions have an opportunity to promote these special offers to members. If your credit union wants to promote this program to members, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

“Our communities have been vastly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and as such it is important to us that we support our residents and local businesses,” said John Monahan, president and CEO of the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau. “With the recent lifting of the interisland quarantine, the Kamaaina Special Offers Program creates opportunities for residents to reconnect with one another, explore and enjoy our island home, as well as bolster our local economy in the process.”

For more information about HVCB’s Kamaaina Special Offers Program, visit HawaiiSpecialOffers.com/kamaaina/.

About HVCB  
Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB), is contracted by the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) for marketing management services in the continental U.S. The HTA, the state of Hawaii’s tourism agency, was established in 1998 to ensure a successful visitor industry well into the future. Its mission is to strategically manage Hawaii tourism in a sustainable manner consistent with the state of Hawaii’s economic goals, cultural values, preservation of natural resources, community desires, and visitor industry needs. For more information about the Hawaiian Islands, visit gohawaii.com.