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Aloha & Welcome

2020 Vendor Opportunities
Reserve your booth by December 13, 2019 to qualify for a $100 discount.

Hawaii Credit Union League (HCUL) 82nd Annual Convention is scheduled at the beautiful Hawaii Convention Center in Honolulu, Hawaii on April 23-25, 2020.  Just steps from Waikiki, the Hawaii Convention Center is an unparalled event destination. Open to sky and sun between the shade of terraces and lanais, it is graced with courtyards, waterfalls, and fishponds creating a convention backdrop that is both tranquil and invigorating.  Convention participants may stay at the Ala Moana Hotel - an easy walking distance to the Hawaii Convention Center.

Vendors interested in attending the convention may do so by purchasing an exhibit booth (57 booths available) and/or contributing sponsorship(s).  Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis upon receipt of a completed Vendor Application & Agreement and full payment online by credit card or check postmarked by December 13, 2019. You may purchase advertising space in the HCUL 2019 annual report without an exhibit booth purchase; however, advertising purchases alone will not allow you to participate at the HCUL 82nd Annual Convention.  Additional opportunities for qualified vendors are available. 

Payment required by VISA or MasterCard for online registration.
All vendors must validate email address and reset password OR click on the "Register" link to create an account before registering online.
Verification of new accounts may take up to 24 hours before you can register online.

  • Go to www.hcul.org and click on the Member Login on the top right and follow the log on instructions.
  • Click on the "Online Application & Agreement" link on the left navigation, or 
  • To mail a check, please click here to print and complete Vendor Application & Agreement and mail with check payable to:

Hawaii Credit Union League
1654 South King Street

Honolulu, HI 96826-2097

Hawaii Credit Union League is a not-for-profit trade association currently serving 54 credit unions in Hawaii, Guam, and Yap ranging in size from under $5 million in assets to nearly $2 billion in assets.