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Ring in 2014 with GVB on Facebook

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The Guam Visitors Bureau is inviting the local community to participate in its New Year's Eve social media promotion by visiting its Facebook page. If you  "Like" the page, change your profile picture to GVB's New Year's Eve Guam photo and then use the hashtag #nyegu, you will be eligible to win a Guam brand prize package, along with a pair of tickets to see pepper live in concert on New Year's Eve.

Winners will be contacted via Facebook and announced over island radio stations, including KUAM Radio stations i94-FM.

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