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Isla Paint donates 28 gallons of paint to Guam Police Department

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GUAM - The island's four precincts will be a bit brighter in the coming weeks thanks to a donation from Isla Paint. The company is a member of the Islandwide Beautification Task Force and has assisted in painting numerous bus stops around the island but they took some time out today to give back to the Guam Police Department by donating 28 gallons of light blue paint.
 
Chief Fred Bordallo expressed his gratitude, "This is something we really appreciate, the generosity of the businesses that come together here and so again we'd like to thank Isla Paint on behalf of the men and women of the police department." 

 

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