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Ken Corp. takes the Hafa Adai pledge

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Members of Ken Corporation, which accounts for about 30% of the island's hotel accommodations, took the Hafa Adai Pledge today.  The program is part of the "We Are Guahan" branding initiative started by the Guam Visitors Bureau in order to rekindle a sense of pride and ownership for those who call Guam home.

Representatives for hotels including the Sheraton Laguna Resort, the Hilton Resort and Spa, the Hyatt Regency, the Pacific Islands Club, the Hotel Nikko and the Country Club of the Pacific Golf Course.  All signed-off on the pledge to promote the Hafa Adai spirit.

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