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iCare3 launches initiative to benefit local organizations

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I care, I can, count me in!

Also known as iCare3, the initiative launched today and seeks to raise awareness and funds to benefit the missions of the USO, Guam Cancer Care, and Make-A-Wish Foundation. Specifically, Sentry Hospitality will give back $1 for each night stay at the Aqua Suites and Days Inn Guam hotels.

Also, $1 for every 60-minute massage service at the H2O Spa and $1 for every check of $20 or more at Grill and Curry Restaurant, both of which are located at the Aqua Suites Hotel.

Aqua Suites Guam director of sales and marketing Matthew Martin said, "The only way to sustain our local business partners, our Guamanians and families that support us throughout everyday not only through the high seasons is to give back throughout the year and recognize them and support them through an educational engagement that is done daily."

Along with pledging to give back, Sentry Hospitality presented $1,000 checks to each of the organizations today.

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