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Hard Rock celebrates 40 years

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Hard Rock Cafe is celebrating Founder's Day today, and what a better way of commemorating four decades than by giving back to the community. "What we did here at Hard Rock Guam and Saipan, we invited the people in uniform - fire department, police doctor, nurses, we want to appreciate what they do for us that's our philosophy. You can see lot of officers take time to be kind that's what we're doing today and giving to the community what they give us we want in return in appreciation for that," said a company representative.

Guam's men and women in uniform were given a free meal. Hard Rock first opened in England 40 years ago in 1971.

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