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KUAM viewers win Justin Bieber concert tickets

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Brooke Taijeron and Dora Perez were the winners of the "Justin Bieber Fever Flyaway Giveaway" contest. The winners left the Agana Shopping Center with two tickets each to see Justin Bieber in concert in Hawaii.  They'll be bringing their family members, Kaitlin Gumataotao and Arianne Perez, respectively, with them on their trip.

Bieber, coincidentally, made his debut on the season premiere CBS's "CSI" last night on KUAM-TV11. The prize package included hotel accommodations, and airline tickets. The two are set to leave in the first week of October.

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