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Five more take Hafa Adai pledge

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Five more businesses took the Hafa Adai Pledge this morning, joining over 350 organizations on island to do so. According to GVB deputy general manager Nate Denight, perpetuating the Hafa Adai Spirit helps the local community define our unique identify here on Gguam. And with visitor surveys indicating they want more of the island's culture, it's only fitting they took the pledge.

"So we would like to thank everyone here for signing today, and I think of course its going to help our island and our image but also help your businesses," he announced.

The five companies who signed the Hafa Adai Pledge today were Lina'la Chamorro Cultural Park, B&G Pacific, Digi Graphix, Sign Write and K.M. Broadcasting of Guam.

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