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Triple J donates van to Guam Cancer care

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - The Triple J Auto Group donated a Ford Transit Connect van which is now the official cancer prevention vehicle of Guam Cancer Care. The vehicle will provide logistical support for their outreach programs and initiatives.

Marketing and program coordinator Chalorna Lauron told KUAM News, "What this vehicle does is it continues our cancer prevention outreach program which includes all of the join the fight pledgers and the health fairs in addition to our Kids for the Cure programs so from the bottom of our hearts our patients our staff and our board members - dangkalo na si yu'us ma'ase - thank you very much for this donation."

According to Triple J president Jeff Jones this collaboration with Guam Cancer Care is part of Triple J's "Customers First" commitment to serving the community in more ways than one. 

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