Earn Points on Waikoko

Pick up refreshing Waikoko Kona Mocha and 100% Pure Coconut Water at just 2 for $4.00. Also enter to WIN A $500 GIFT CARD! See register to enter. No purchase necessary. Waikoko Coconut water not included. Offer expires 5/3/16. Available at the following locations:

OAHU: Sand Island 76 | Enchanted Lakes 76 | Wahiawa 76
BIG ISLAND: Kaumana 76 | Kam Ave 76 | Honoka’a 76 | Kilauea 76
MAUI: Hillside 76 | Maui Lani 76 | KAUAI: Paradise 76

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Discount on Admission to Wet’n'Wild Hawaii

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Save at Wet’n'Wild Hawaii. Get $15 OFF General Admission at $49.99 with 76 Hawaii. Show a receipt from any 76 gas station at the Wet’n'Wild Hawaii ticket booth and receive $15 OFF the General Admission.

*Not valid with any other offer, promotion, discount, coupon or special event. Offer not transferable, exchangeable or redeemable for cash. Hawaii residents only with a valid State or Military ID. Visit wetnwildhawaii.com for daily admission pricing. Valid up to 4 discounted admissions per coupon. Offer ends December 31, 2015.

Lucky We Live Hawaii?


Beautiful beaches, breathtaking sunsets, and unbelievable food – just some of the things that visitors envy to those that can call Hawaii their home. But would they be just as jealous of our utility bills? For many local residents, receiving the electric and water bills every month seems to become more and more of a surprise at how high the rates continue to rise.

By using your Kama`aina Rewards card at participating stores, you’re saving money by earning points on every dollar spent which you are able to use towards future purchases. But in case you’re looking to save a little bit more, here are a couple of easy things you can do around the house to reduce your utility bills.

• Take shorter showers, using less hot water. A water heater consumes 14% average home’s energy cost.
• Turn off unnecessary lights when not being used. Lighting accounts for about 12% of an average home’s energy bill.
• Minimize the amount of time you keep your refrigerator or freezer door open. Keeping your refrigerator or freezer full will also minimize the energy it needs to keep the open spaces cool.
• Watering plants in the earlier parts of the day before it gets hot will prevent the need for excessive watering to compensate for evaporated water.

For more information, ask your local water or electric provider what you can do to cut back on your energy consumption. And don’t forget to use your Kama`aina Rewards card to receive money, for simply spending it at participating Hawaii merchants.

References:
http://urbanext.illinois.edu/hortihints/0108a.html
http://www.dailyfinance.com/2010/06/10/10-most-costly-appliances/

Project 7 – Hawaii

Ask yourself this question: Do you believe that it is important that “everyone around the globe has access to fundamental human needs for a healthy life”? If so, Project 7 has your answer on how you can fulfill their mission.

Project 7 develops “products for good,” that give back to seven areas of the world : Feed the Hungry, Heal the Sick, Hope for Peace, House the Homeless, Quench the Thirsty, Teach them Well, and Save the Earth.

Tyler Merrick, founder of Project 7, understands that everyone has their own commitments to work, school, and family, which is why he created Project 7. Project 7 allows individuals to make, “little purchases that make a big impact” to help provide good for the world Merrick said.

“We bring the causes to you,” Merrick said. “You can change the world, simply by what you buy.”

You can participate in providing good for the world by purchasing any Project 7 product at any of the ten participating 76 Hawaii stations listed below. Project 7 products range from water, gum and mints, to coffee. And when you use your Kama`aina Rewards card with your purchase, you’ll receive points on your purchases that you can use for future purchases at participating merchants.

For more information about Project 7, please visit their website at www.project7.com

O`ahu:

  • Haleiwa 76 – 66-031 Kamehameha Hwy.
  • Wahiawa 76 - 966 California Ave.
  • Enchanted Lakes 76 - 1010 Keolu Dr.

Maui:

  • Hillside 76 – 1495 Lower Main St.
  • Wakea 76 – 9 S. Wakea Ave.

Big Island: 

  • Honoka`a 76 – 45-3533 Mamane St. 
  • Kamehameha 76 – 1801 Kamehameha Ave.
  • Kaumana 76 – 370 Kaumana Ave.
  • Keawe 76 – 210 Keawe St.
  • Kilauea 76 – 1698 Kilauea Ave.

 

References:

http://www.project7.com/mission/

http://vimeo.com/19308685

Already Ready?


Two weeks of this year’s hurricane season have past and still no signs of any storms, which is great news for us! But are you prepared for one?

Kama`aina Rewards is dedicated to better preparing your home and family against natural disasters.

This year’s hurricane season began on June 1 and will proceed through November 30.

Here are some quick tips about how you can better prepare your home and family in the event of a hurricane warning or hurricane watch:

• Gather and store seven days worth of non-perishable food, water, and medications for you, your family members, and pets.
• Double-check that you have emergency supplies such as a battery-powered radio, flashlights, lanterns, and extra batteries.
• Plan and locate three emergency shelters nearest to you in the event that your home is no longer safe.
• Listen and obey all instructions from local emergency officials.

For more information, please visit the Hawaii State Civil Defense website at scd.hawaii.gov, or call 808-733-4300.

Let’s hope for the best but prepare for the worst.

References:
http://www.hawaiianelectric.com/portal/site/heco/menuitem.508576f78baa14340b4c0610c510b1ca/?vgnextoid=907548348bf3f310VgnVCM10000005041aacRCRD&cpsextcurrchannel=1
http://www.prh.noaa.gov/hnl/pages/examples/2013_Press_Release_Final_Web.pdf