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"Overwhelming demand" for Cinnabon

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - You can smell the tasty goodness in the halls of the Micronesia Mall in Dededo.  It's official: Cinnabon is open on Guam.

Open only two days now, Cinnabon owners Chuck and Roxanne Williams say it's been hard to keep up with the demand.  They told KUAM News the response has been, "Overwhelming, which is nice but it is like trying to keep up with the crowd it's been a little challenging."

Cinnabon is open at the Mall across from the Macy's Men's and Children's side from 10 in the morning until 7 in the evening.

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