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GVB recaps 2012's successes

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Ahead of its 50th anniversary set for next year, Guam Visitors Bureau general manager Joann Camacho addressed the Rotary Club of Tumon Bay today, recapping several of GVB's successes for 2012, including its two signature events held over the past two weekends - the Guam Micronesian Island Fair and the annual Ko'ko Road Race.

Camacho announced, "We saw over 20,000 people for the GMIF and it was great because it involved all the Micronesian islands and coming together and the people we brought in did an excellent job showing their culture and their talent. And as well as from the local community, the people who live in here from those islands we able to come in and we were really integrate and come together."

She adds both events showed an overwhelming increase in attendance and participation from last year. She hopes to continue ensuring that Guam's number one industry - tourism - is protected and maximized.

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