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8 apply for GVB deputy GM position

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by Lannie Walker

Guam - It's only a matter of time before a new deputy general of the Guam Visitors Bureau will be hired. Last Friday was the deadline to apply for the position, and according to GVB general manager Joann Camacho, a total of eight people applied.

She told KUAM News, "Of course, because the deputy he or she and I will need to be able to work together and move the Bureau forward, so I'll be part of the process but it was a board directive to post the position. So I'm leaving it up to the board to do their reviews and evaluations."

Camacho, along with the GVB board, is expected to make a decision in about a week to ten days.

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