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Unite for Japan raises $85,000

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Guam's corporate community continues to do its part in helping Japan rebuild. An $85,000 check was presented to the Japan Club of Guam today. The proceeds were raised from the joint fundraising campaign "Unite for Japan".

It was a partnership between by DOCOMO Pacific, Ken Corporation, MCV and the Pacific Daily News. Accepting the check was Japan Club of Guam President Toyohito Yoneyama and Japan Consul General Yoshiyuki Kimura.

The money will used for the Japan earthquake and tsunami relief efforts.

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