The Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau Teams With Retailers to Attract Meeting Business

The Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB) is partnering with Retail Merchants of Hawaii and the Activities and Attractions Association of Hawaii (A3H) on a new program offering significant savings to groups meeting in Hawaii. The two organizations are providing an array of special discounts and value-added offers for retail products, as well as for activities and tours that will be honored by hundreds of their members collectively throughout the islands.

Retail Merchants of Hawaii is a not-for-profit trade association representing more than 2,000 storefronts statewide. Attendees of groups taking part in the program will receive a special flyer qualifying them for a range of retail savings opportunities. Many retail outlets will offer merchandise discounts up to 20 percent, while other selected retailers will offer a free gift with a qualifying purchase. A3H has more than 200 members statewide, representing a wide diversity of tours, activities and attractions in the islands.

The organization is offering groups its “Gold Card” for the discounted rate of $15. The card can be used by four people and provides savings up to 50 percent on admissions or products purchased through its membership.

For more information, visit HVCB’s website at

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