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Watts Constructors donates to "Toys for Tots"

by Michele Catahay

Guam - Watts Constructors donated hundreds of toys to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves "Toys for Tots" program. According to Watts business unit administrator Patrice Tenorio, every year the company tries to find ways to give back to the community especially in light of the holiday season.

Tenorio said, "We have about 26 employees and four employees from our partners. We decided to contribute. We gathered a total of 455 toys amongst the employees along."  And quality control manager Daniel Holmes added, "In the end, we were able to come together and count them all up as a team and it's great. It's been wonderful and the kids are the ones that are going to benefit from this."

All toys collected through Toys for Tots will be distributed to children on island.

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