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Chili's Guam celebrates 2-year anniversary

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Chili's Bar and Grill celebrates two years on Guam today. The popular restaurant is located at the Guam Premiere Outlets in Tamuning and features their famous baby back ribs and Tex/Mex menu. 

Owner Brian Artero said, "Today we're rolling out a 2-for-$29 special pick - an appetizer share an appetizer pick two entrees, two people, $29. It's a great promotion to roll out for our second anniversary and it's also quite timely given the market and how tough the market is right now."

The local franchise is owned by Brian Artero. Chili's has over 1,400 locations in 25 countries and territories.

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