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November 8, 2005


      Guests Get 10 Percent Off Any Package Price as Part of the Deal

      La‘ie, HI – This fall the Polynesian Cultural Center is inviting Hawai‘i residents to go holoholo and explore Polynesia with a free seating upgrade in the Evening Show to sit with visiting guests when their visiting family and friends purchase a ticket to the Ali’i Luau or Ambassador Package.

      From now through December 15, PCC current kama’aina annual pass holders and those who purchase an annual pass on the spot, can ask for the Holoholo Package to get a free seating upgrade in the Horizon’s Evening Show when their out of town guest purchases a ticket to the Ali’i Luau or Ambassador Package. And, the deal gets even better because the visiting guest also gets 10 percent off their package price.

      “The fall season is an ideal time for kama‘aina to share our rich Polynesian heritage with their family and friends,” said Alfred Grace, vice president of sales and marketing for the PCC. “We want our kama‘aina to celebrate and enjoy an attraction that they may not ordinarily have the opportunity to visit; with the additional discount incentive for their visitors we have made the experience that much more accessible.”

      Now is also a good time for kama‘aina to purchase a PCC annual pass for just $29.95 before it goes up to $34.95 in 2006. The annual pass allows unlimited admission to the center, space available show seating at the evening show, free tickets to most of the special events, and even special discounts for other attractions around the island.

      The Fall Holoholo Package is only available from November 1 – December 15, 2005, and cannot be combined with any other offer. Some restrictions apply.

      For more information or to make a reservation, call 293-3333 or visit Hawaii residents.

      Founded in 1963 as a non-profit organization, the PCC has entertained more than 31 million visitors while preserving and portraying the culture, arts, and crafts of Polynesia to the rest of the world. In addition, the PCC has provided financial assistance to 14,000 young people from more than 70 different countries while they have attended Brigham Young University-Hawai‘i. As a non-profit organization, all funds generated by the PCC are used for its daily operations and to support its cultural and educational missions.