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Foremost welcomes back Chamoorita!

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 by Isa Baza

Guam - She's back! Foremost Foods today welcomed home their refurbished icon, Chamoorita, to their offices in Barrigada Heights.  The company held a ceremony to commemorate the reinstallation of the monument. The foremost mascot is now permanently installed at the front door of the company's warehouse and distribution center where she will be able to greet people at eye level for the first time.

You may remember seeing Chamoorita along Marine Corps Drive at Foremost's former offices in Tamuning. When the company moved, she was put out to pasture. But now she's back and available for customers to take pictures with her when they visit their offices.
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