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Resorts Worlds Manila invites Guam

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Representatives from Resorts World Manila are on Guam to introduce themselves. The luxury casino resort is located across the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 in Manila boasts three hotels, a casino, shopping mall, a wide range of restaurants and bars, and four cinemas.

There is also a performing arts theater which is the venue for concerts, musicals, and the upcoming PXC Philippines event. According to Resorts World Manila Vice President of Marketing Jeff Evora, during their brief visit the group met with various travel agencies and even had some of the resort's entertainers perform at the Micronesia Mall. It was all in an effort to bring exposure to manila's first integrated tourist destination where guests can relax, shop, dine, enjoy, and play.

Make sure to watch In The Mix on Thursday at 6:30pm for an interview with Evora and vice president of entertainment Colin Kerr as well as two amazing performances from some of the resort's musical acts.

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