MEDIA RELEASE – Aloha Petroleum, Ltd & Foodland Super Market, Ltd.
Honolulu, Hawaii – Customers of Foodland can now add free gas to their shopping lists. Beginning today Foodland customers on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island can use their Maika’i cards to earn up to $25 in free gas from Aloha and Shell fuel stations.
“Here at Foodland, we’re committed to providing our customers great value on the things they care about. And we know saving on gas is really important to them. We’re excited to build on our partnership with Aloha Petroleum, Ltd. by offering our customers the ease and convenience of earning free gas when they shop in our stores,” said Jenai S. Wall, Chairman and CEO of Foodland Super Market, Ltd., Hawaii’s largest locally owned and operated grocery retailer.
Here’s how the program works:
Foodland customers receive one Maika’i point for every dollar they spend using their Maika’i card. When they earn 250 points, they receive a My Rewards certificate. Customers can then redeem four My Rewards certificates for a $25 Aloha or Shell gift card that can be used instantly at any Aloha Petroleum or Shell location. Customers who redeem two My Rewards certificates will receive a $10 Aloha or Shell gift card.
The Foodland and Aloha Petroleum, Ltd. program is unique because it lets customers choose from two gasoline brands – Aloha and Shell – that have nearly 100 fueling locations across four islands. What’s more, the Aloha or Shell gift card that the customer receives is activated and can be used for free gas immediately.
“We’re pleased to partner with Foodland on another innovative program that brings value to their loyal Maika’i card members,” said Richard Parry, President and CEO of Aloha Petroleum, Ltd., Hawaii’s largest gasoline marketer. “The savings that Foodland customers will see is significant. If a customer buys 10 gallons of gasoline with a $25 gift card, that’s a savings of $2.50 per gallon. It really does pay to shop at Foodland.”
The Foodland and Aloha Petroleum, Ltd. gas promotion runs through Oct. 31, with the possibility of an extension.