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VA office gets new air conditioning units

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Veteran's affairs office got six new air conditioning units donated by Johnson Controls Guam Enterprise on Saturday. VAO Administrator John Unpingco states, "After over two years working in hot and muggy offices, the Guam Veterans Affair's office employees can finally work in comfort. I would like to thanks Johnson Controls for donating and installing six new air condition units. VAO employees can now concentrate on surpassing the $64M in benefits that they help veterans get in claims from the Veterans Administration and pump it into our economy.  This is truly a godsend."

In 2011, Corporate Responsibility Magazine recognized Johnson Controls as the #1 company in its annual '100 Best Corporate Citizens.

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