Guam’s first drive-up movie fundraiser a huge success

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Dozens of vehicles lined an open field at the Guam Football Association in Harmon to enjoy a contact-free, drive-in movie night and capture a little nostalgia with their families. (Photo courtesy of Triple J)

On Saturday, January 9th, Triple J held Guam’s first Drive-Up movie event – Reels and Wheels – a way for the company to stay connected as a community during COVID-19 and to raise funds for the Guam Memorial Hospital Volunteers Association. ​

Dozens of vehicles lined an open field at the Guam Football Association in Harmon to enjoy a contact-free, drive-in movie night and capture a little nostalgia with their families.

Gates opened at 5 pm with most vehicles arriving early for first-come, first-serve parking.

The feature movie, which started as the sun was going down, was Disney & Pixar’s “Onward”, one of the last movies to premiere in theaters prior to COVID-19.

Only a limited number of tickets were sold for the event and was sold out back in November, but due to the rise in COVID cases at the time, the event was postponed until after the holiday season.

Strict social distancing and sanitary guidelines were set in place to ensure the event was as safe as possible. The company looks forward to hosting future drive-in events as long as it is safe to do so.

Special thanks to the Guam Football Association, LMS Group, Jamz Media, Outback, and Red Lobster.

LIKE Triple J Auto Group on Facebook for updates on future drive-in events.

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