Guam – Twelve companies took place in pledging their support of the Hafa Adai Pledge program, including the Guam USO who marks the 250th organization to pledge their support for the program since its inception in 2009.
Approximately 20,000 employees and members have now directly pledged to show their support of the Hafa Adai Pledge program that seeks to develop and share Guam’s culture through residents support and value of the Hafa Adai spirit.The program is designed to ultimately have every resident speaking with one united voice, ultimate enriching our economy within the tourism market.
[ L to R: Front Row: Leigh Graham, Director, Guam USO, Eric Tydingco, Managing Director, INHOUSE Creative (also representing House of Brutus and HYPR Events & Promotions), Nathan Denight, Deputy General Manager, Guam Visitors Bureau, Dina McCreadie, Co-owner, Kontenda’s Gym, John Mafnas, President, MAXAM Consulting and Joaquina Taitano, Marketing Manager, Fly Guam. Back Row: Jenevieve Sablan Ooka, Managing Director, Big Fish Creative, Sonja Lujan-Sellers, Community Development Officer, Guam Visitors Bureau, Tony Muna Jr., Public Information Officer, Guam Visitors Bureau, Chris Unpingco, Marketing Manager, Triple J Enterprises, Ken Baki, Program Director, RW Armstrong, Dee Cruz, Promotions Manager, Patchwork Industries, Brant McCreadie, Co-owner, Kontenda’s Gym, Jay Merrill, President, Market Research & Development, Inc., and John Ananich, President, Armor Coatings Micronesia.]
Companies, civic organizations and residents are encouraged to become part of the Hafa Adai Pledge program and can contact Sally Malay at Ruder Integrated Marketing Strategies (RiMS) at tel. 635-1126 for more information.