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Mobil Oil Guam gives to local charities

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Mobil Oil Guam is giving back to non-profit organizations through its Smiles program. The company issued checks today at Payless Supermarket at the Micronesia Mall in Dededo not only to its loyal customers, but also to the charities of their choice.

According to president of Mobil Oil Guam Gennaro Cioffi, ten charities were selected. He says this is one way his company gives back to the community. "We have a promotion where the customers would get something for themselves and something for the charities," he said. "So the way the promotion worked was that we had a lucky draw and picked ten customers. They won a thousand dollars for themselves and they were able to choose a charity or non profit organization of their choice."

Payless Supermarkets has partnered with Mobil in their promotion to give Mobil customers Payless gift certificates. In addition, Payless has also given donations to selected non-profit organizations today.

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