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GVB elects 4 board members

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The Guam Visitors Bureau has elected four members to serve in its Board of Directors.

The board members were elected during a meeting on Wednesday.

Members include Joann Camacho, former GVB general manager, former First Lady of Guam and current director of Market Development for DFS Guam.

Also on board is Brad Kloppenburg, vice president of business development at Kloppenburg Enterprises Inc., Satoru Murata, president of  Holiday Tours Micronesia, and United Airlines Managing Director for Pacific Airport Operations Sam Shinohara.

The elected members will serve a two-year term.

"We look forward to working with our newly elected board to continue making Guam a better place to live, work and visit," GVB President Nate Denight said.

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