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Nissan Guam closing Auto City lot

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Nissan Motor Corporation Guam will close its Auto City location in Hagatna next Saturday.  President and chief executive officer Van Shelly says the dealership has been able to achieve what it wanted to do with its main Upper Tumon showroom, saying, "The day would come when we would have close that facility and we were ready to do everything in this facility, and that's the excitement that's taking place on the 26th of June."

In additional to the company's award-winning automotive lines, the Upper Tumon Nissan facility also showcases local artwork in its showroom.  On June 24 they will launch a new exhibit - "Survivors - Real People, Real Stories" - in honor of the sacrifices of the Chamorro people during World War II. 

The Hagatna Auto City closes on June 26.

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