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Fireworks celebrate 50 years of Guam tourism

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - It's a little early for New Year's but residents will be treated to a fireworks display this weekend. Hosted by Perez Bros, Inc., Guam Visitors Bureau general manager Karl Pangelinan says the show wraps up GVB's 50th anniversary.

"Fireworks this weekend is kind of just a teaser. The company that is going to be doing the New Year's Eve celebration they have a new wrinkle that they want to test out its a barge system so they're planning a sort of five to eight minute test of this barge system. They're going to shoot it right off Matapang Beach," he explained.

Sunday's show will preview the New Year's Eve Tropical Fantasy Fireworks Display put on annually with the Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association.

Showpros Pyro will launch the fireworks at 8:30 p.m. around the Matapang Beach area.

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