GVB: 8 More Businesses Take the Hafa Adai Pledge


Guam – Another group of businesses took the Guam Visitor Bureau’s Hafa Adai Pledge Tuesday morning at the Tumon Sands Plaza.

The businesses that signed up are: Cycles Plus, Hawk Security, Baza Designs, BCBG, Spritz Deisgner Fragrance Boutique, Watabe Wedding, Paul Smith and Smallfry Boutique.

[L-R: Karl Pangelinan, General Manager, Guam Visitors Bureau, Vedalema Valencia, Account Executive & Marketing Director, Hawk Security Agency, Monica Baza, President, Baza Designs, Inc., Akiko Kobayashi, Branch Manager, Watabe Guam, Inc., Kentaro Egawa, General Manager, Watabe Wedding, Inc., (sitting from L to R) Erin Barrer, Store Manager, Spritz Designer Fragrances, Michelle Okabe, Assistant Manager, Citibelt Fashion Group dba Paul Smith, Christine Moriarty, Store Manager, BCBG Max Azria and Michelle Moyer, Michelle’s Artwork Guam.]

The Håfa Adai Pledge program is a cornerstone of the Guam Visitors Bureau’s local community branding campaign.  Since its inception in 2009, the Håfa Adai Pledge program has grown steadily both in numbers of participants as well as the content of individual pledges.

To date over 450 private businesses, government agencies, non-profits and other organizations have joined the Hafa Adai Pledge program.