WHAT IS THE HUI PROGRAM?
It is our new rewards program featuring three different levels with discounts, perks and other privileges for our most engaged patients.
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
Sign-up takes less than a minute. You can use the Hui tablet in the dispensary or register online here. Or download the Tap Mango App for iPhone or Android.
WHAT ARE THE PROGRAM STATUS LEVELS?
Each of our three club levels takes its name from a Hawaiian medicinal plant. All new Hui members will begin at the Noni Club level
NONI – Entry level (0-179,999 points)
MĀMAKI – Intermediate level (180,000-359,999 points)
‘ŌLENA – Highest level (360,000 points or more)
HOW DO I EARN POINTS?
For every Releaf App product review you complete, you will earn 100 points and for each dollar you spend in the dispensary, you will earn 60 points. During special double and triple points events, you can earn even more. There are even free “Instant Win” points, so they will add up quickly.
WHAT DO I GET FOR MY POINTS?
Each time you achieve a 60,000-point increment, you will get a $40 Hui Cash Card that can be applied to your next dispensary purchase. Plus, expect to receive other perks, discounts and surprises just for joining our Hui.
HOW DO I MOVE UP TO OTHER CLUB LEVELS?
During the remainder of 2018, your points will be pro-rated for a six-month period. Starting in January 2019 and every January thereafter, points will be accumulated for activity completed in the previous full calendar year and will be used to calculate your club level for the next year. Changes become effective on the last day of February.
If you earn enough points to move up a level, you will be upgraded immediately and will remain at that level for the remainder of that calendar year as well as the next full calendar year.
ABOUT HUI COUPONS & CASH CARDS
Exclusions may apply and will be disclosed on your coupon or cash card. You must not have opted-out of receiving email from Maui Grown Therapies as of the date we send our mailings. If you have opted-out, or we do not have your current email address, you will forfeit any benefit sent in those mailings. The number, expiration dates, eligible purchases and discount value of these benefits may vary.
WHAT ARE THE PERKS, BENEFITS & OTHER OFFERS?
From time to time, Hui members may receive perks and other offers unique to their personal membership. The value of each perk and offer may differ and there is no guarantee of a certain number. Purchase may be required and perks and offers may be good only for a limited time.
ABOUT BIRTHDAY SURPRISES:
Some Hui members will receive a surprise during their birthday month. The type and value of the birthday surprise may vary by club level or individual membership. You may need to visit Maui Grown Therapies to redeem or receive your birthday surprise.
ABOUT HUI REWARDS GIFT CARDS:
Whenever you accumulate 60,000 points, you will receive a $40 Hui Gift Card that may be used to purchase merchandise at Maui Grown Therapies. Hui Gift Cards may not be exchanged for cash. The Hui Gift Card is valid for 365 calendar days from issuance. Purchases made solely with a Hui Gift Card will not qualify for any promotional pricing or discounts.
BY THE WAY, WHAT DOES “HUI” MEAN?
In the Hawaiian language, a hui is a club, association, or group of individuals who combine their efforts around a shared cause.
WHAT ARE THE HAWAIIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS THAT EACH CLUB LEVEL IS NAMED AFTER?
Noni – Long used by plant medicine practitioners throughout the Pacific, this plant has well over 100 plant-based chemicals or phytochemicals. Some of them function specifically as antioxidants, while other substances may inhibit the growth of cancer cells. However, research to date does not yet support noni’s ability to treat any specific health problem.
Māmaki – This native Hawaiian plant evolved in the islands prior to the arrival of Polynesians. Māmaki grows only in Hawaiʻi. It is a popular herbal remedy for general debilities, lowering high blood pressure, reducing cholesterol, and cleansing toxins from the blood, as well as relieves stress and fatigue. It has also been credited to help maintain sugar balance in diabetics.
ʻŌlena (Turmeric) – This plant is one of the “canoe plants,” that the Polynesian settlers brought in their canoes when they migrated to Hawaiʻi during the sixth century. This important orange-yellow rhizome is a powerful anti-inflammatory. Practitioners use it externally as a wash for skin sores and rashes and to treat sinus infections. Taken internally, it may relieve sore throats, congestion and coughs. It is a healthy ingredient that can be used cooked or raw in the kitchen.