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Guamzilla changes brand name to Gumamon, The Guamster

Posted: Jul 06, 2018 2:31 PM Updated:

Something big has just arrived! The adorable, anti-pollution themed monster "Guamzilla", created by Asher Goldenberg, announced the change of their brand name to "Gumamon, The Guamster" on Friday during their "Hafa Adai Pledge" signing at the Guam Visitor's Bureau.

Translated to "House Monster", the change was meant to recognize Guam as the adopted home for this lovable creature that eats trash and promotes sustainability of our island.

Since its introduction, the brand has assisted in the clean-up of more than 20,000 pounds of trash around the island.

And has helped gain more touristic attraction.

Goldenberg added that additional characters to the brand might be added as soon as next year.

To see what's happening with the newly named "Guamster", visit Gumamon.com.

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