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GHRA launching Taste Guam Restaurant Month

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - In preparing for its month-long promotion and celebration of a unique and exciting culinary experience, the Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association will be launching its first annual Taste Guam Restaurant Month from November 2-30. At today's GHRA luncheon, the Guam Community College discussed how you can participate in Taste Guam Restaurant Month while supporting its tourism and hospitality program, namely it's ProStart and Lodging and Management Program.

GCC assistant director of communications and promotions Jayne Flores said, "It helps the GCC students, it helps the industry and it helps for the students to further their education because a lot of our ProStart and LMP students go on to our post secondary program so we're very happy to work with GHRA in this program."

You can buy tickets from October 22 to November 30 for a set price at certain restaurants with the proceeds going toward the GCC program helping students raise money for their off-island competition.

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