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Nate Denight named GVB deputy GM

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The search is over. Out of eight people who applied for the job, the Guam Visitors Bureau announced Nathan Denight as its deputy general manager. Denight is excited to continue the great work GVB management has started as well as continue to develop the Guam brand in order to make the island a go-to destination. 

"I'm happy to be the new deputy general manager here at the Guam Visitors Bureau," he said. "It's exciting position, an opportunity for me to help promote and develop Guam's number one industry, and I look forward to the challenge."

Denight started work as deputy general manager Tuesday. He took over Joann Camacho's job after she was moved to the general manager position.

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