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Community partners fix up two vehicles for GPD

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Thanks to some help from community partners, the Guam Police Department now has two repaired and restored Chevy Impalas that will assist in keeping the island's streets safe.  AK, IT&E, and Circle K gathered their resources to make repairs to the military surplus vehicles so they would be ready for the road. 

AK president Des Graham says the company invested more than twenty thousand dollars in repairing the vehicles, noting, "I think we concentrated on the safety issues but also about giving these cars a longer life, probably at least three years more life in these cars now then they would have had before. I think they are pretty good shape, good quality Chevrolet cars."

The vehicles will be used by the Guam Police Department's Volunteer Services Unit.

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