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April 2, 2020

HAWAIIAN AIRLINES BANK OF HAWAII WORLD ELITE MASTERCARD JOINS FOOD-A-GO-GO - New Daily Sweepstakes

Hawaii Agricultural Foundation (HAF) announced today that the Hawaiian Airlines Bank of Hawaii World Elite Mastercard will join its Food-A-Go-Go campaign as the newest partner to amplify its “support our local restaurants” message. The new partnership will add a boost to the campaign with an #EveryOrderCounts – 30 Day Countdown Instagram Sweepstakes. Starting today, from April 2-30, HAF will award 10 random daily winners with a $100 restaurant gift card from a participating Food-A-Go-Go restaurant.  On May 1, HAF will announce Grand Prizes from the Hawaiian Airlines Bank of Hawaii World Elite Mastercard. 
Here’s how the #EveryOrderCounts – 30 Day Countdown Instagram Sweepstakes works:
1.     Post a photo of the dish ordered from a foodagogo.org restaurant OR a photo of your favorite foodagogo.org restaurant
2.     Follow @hiagfdn
3.     Tag #EveryOrderCounts, #FoodAGoGo, #HALmastercard in the post
The Sweepstakes run from April 2 to April 30 with grand prizes announced on May 1. No purchase necessary. Limit 1 entry per day per person/account. Gift card winners will be randomly selected daily. See official contest rules at FoodAGoGo.org. All dining purchases made with a Hawaiian Airlines® Bank of Hawaii World Elite Mastercard®  will also earn two HawaiianMiles for every dollar spent. 
“Since launching Food-A-Go-Go last week, we’ve seen an outpouring of community support for our local restaurant industry,” says Denise Yamaguchi, Executive Director of HAF. “While we’re all at home trying to decide what to eat and endlessly scrolling through social media, the #EveryOrderCounts campaign is a new and fun way to keep takeout, delivery and curbside options top of mind to support our local restaurants and keep our economy going.”

“Hawai‘i is our home, and local businesses are the cornerstone of our community and economy,” said Avi Mannis, senior vice president of marketing at Hawaiian Airlines. “We’re honored to partner with the 
Hawaii Agricultural Foundation on this inspiring campaign to support the restaurants that are feeding our community during this challenging time.”
Food-A-Go-Go supports all restaurants offering takeout, delivery and curbside pickup as COVID-19 safety measures have forced restaurants to close all dining-in operations. So far, the campaign has generated a database of more than 1,000 restaurants and over 50,000 website visits since its launch on March 23.  The goal of Food-A-Go-Go is to create broad public awareness of the need to support restaurants which have been severely impacted as social distancing becomes the new normal during the stay-at-home order. Hawaiian Airlines remains committed to supporting local business through its cargo operations, carrying  over 16 million pounds of perishable food annually within the state. C
ustomers can go to FoodAGoGo.org to find the latest up-to-date information on all restaurants that remain open with delivery, takeout and or curbside pickupoptionsVisit FoodAGoGo.org for more information.   
Food-A-Go-Go is supported by other partners, including Hawai‘i Food & Wine Festival, Sysco Hawai‘i, Hawai‘i Gas, Mahi Pono, Digital Illustrations, First Daughter Mediaworks, Hawaii Restaurant Association, Hawaii Tech, Library Creative, Makaha Studios, Pernod Ricard USA, 94.7KUMU, Hawaii News Now, Hawaiian 105KINE, iHeartRadio, KONG Radio, FM100 The Legend, KHON2, KITV4, Krater 96, KWXX, KNWB, B97 Hilo, B93 Kona, KPOA 93.5, KJKS KISS 99.9, and POWER 104.3.

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