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Payless makes new home in Mangilao

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Answering the calls of their customers, Payless Supermarkets opened their newest and greenest branch in Mangilao.  A special grand opening was held today complete with a go-green giveaway, local organic produce showcase, food samplings, recycling education and entertainment.  Payless Markets Vice-President Kathy Sgro says the company is pleased to offer a new supermarket for their southern and central customers who made the requests for a closer location.

Said Sgro, "It's really exciting to hear customers come up and thank us for opening up in this area. Convenience of location is always one of the top reasons why people go to a grocery store, but I also believe that our wide selection, customer service and competitive prices contribute to that so were proud to be part of this community and very excited."

Payless Mangilao is also having a special sweepstakes promotion for their loyal customers who go green-by using the eco-friendly green bags.  In April payless will be giving away a 2010 Toyota Camry hybrid and a Maytag energy-efficient refrigerator. The

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