New program offers deals to military patrons

ITT's Chinatown Food and Historic Tour includes visits to shops and restaurants.  MWR Marketing photo

ITT’s Chinatown Food and Historic Tour includes visits to shops and restaurants.
MWR Marketing photo

Reid Tokeshi

Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Morale, Welfare and Recreation

Morale, Welfare and Recreation at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam recently introduced discounted prices on activities, attractions and restaurants with the launch of the Great Life Hawaii (GLH) Deals program.

“The Great Life Hawaii Deals Program offers our authorized patrons a special price on activities every week. It is delivered through our hotlist every Wednesday. Our customers can enjoy discounts of up to 50 percent on activities, but they are available only for a short 30-day window,” said Jeffrey Harris, marketing director.

Harris said the program started as a vision to entice customers to try activities they may not have thought about doing before with big discounts.

This week’s hotlist features the first deal, a discount on the monthly Chinatown Food & Historic Tour offered by MWR Information, Tickets & Travel (ITT). Future possible deals will include offers from base restaurants, golf courses and Hickam Arts & Crafts classes, Harris said.

Customers can opt in to the GLH hotlist email to receive the newest deal each week. They can go to www.greatlifehawaii.com, click on the envelope icon, and type in their information and choose weekly hot list.

Each new deal that comes up will be available for purchase for four weeks. Depending on the offer, some limitations may apply, such as the amount of deals available for purchase and the expiration date for redemption.

Harris said that because MWR at JBPHH encompasses a wide range of activities, the GLH Deals program should appeal particularly to those new to the base and those looking for new adventures.

“The customers will get fantastic savings on some exciting new activities and might enjoy trying something they haven’t tried before,” Harris said.

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