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Atkins Kroll celebrates 100 years

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Known for leading the way and being the oldest registered corporation on Guam, Atkins Kroll Inc. Today launched the celebration of its 100th-year anniversary. During a press conference today, AK president Des Graham says in order to thank the island community for its continued support, they announced two initiatives as part of its "Here For Guam, Here For Life" community based program. The first of which is called Cars for the Community.

"Atkins Kroll would like to take a proactive approach to support the community by supplying Toyota vehicles to support efforts to address some of the island's social issues - the program will make up 25 cars available for an initial period of up to 2 years on the free lease basis including insurance and maintenance to volunteer and community sponsored projects with specific emphasis on community assisted efforts, police and importantly neighborhood watch projects," he said.

The second part of the program is called "Community Matters" where monthly monetary donation of $1,914 will go to worthy causes chosen by customers. The donation is in celebration of AK's birthyear of 1914. An appreciation event meanwhile is set for tonight at the Sheraton Laguna Resort.

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