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Mayors getting "We Are Guam" funding

by Heather Hauswirth

Guam - Island mayors will receive $275,000 tomorrow to implement "We Are Guam" branding initiatives. Guam Visitors Bureau board of directors chairman Dave Tydingco says village mayors are encouraged to use the money to promote activities for tourists and residents to enjoy such as the Agat Mango Festival and the night markets.

The check presentation will be made at 10am Wednesday. 

GVB Deputy Director Ernie Galito told KUAM News, "Each one of our villages have nineteen different reasons to go visit each one of them so the grant money GVB is allocating, giving to the village mayors is this will give them some seed money."

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