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Ring in New Year's with fireworks over Tumon Bay

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - You can ring in the New Year with a fireworks display over Tumon Bay.

Sponsored by the Guam Visitors Bureau, the Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association and industry partners, tonight's show is hyped to be the most impressive fireworks display the island's ever seen put on by Showpros Pyro.

GVB public information officer Josh Tyquiengco said, "We're having a lot of preparations going on just setting up the shells. We're going to have three barges that are going to be positioned at the center of Tumon Bay that will be launched at midnight. The show will last about 15 minutes and we invite the entire community to come down and celebrate New Year's with us."

GVB also invites residents to participate in their New Year's eve social media promotion for prizes.

Visit their Facebook page for more information.

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