Guam – Another group of island businesses took the Håfa Adai Pledge Thursday during a ceremony held at Cars Plus in Maite.
The Håfa Adai Pledge program is a cornerstone of the Guam Visitors Bureau’s local community branding campaign. Since its inception in 2009, over 480 private businesses, government agencies, non-profits and other organizations have pledged to help perpetuate and preserve the language, culture and traditions of Guam.
Among those taking the pledge Thursday were Cycles Plus, Island King Imports, Guam Cleaning Masters, Navy Federal Credit Union, American Passport Renewal Center, Crossfit Gof Metgot, Seleen Divers, Smallfry Boutique and Pivot, LLC.
[L-R: Nathan Denight, Deputy General Manager, Guam Visitors Bureau; Eric Tydingco, Owner & COO, Pivot, LLC.; Gloria Taitano, Office Manager, American Passport Renewal Center; William Seleen, Owner/Course Director, Seleen Divers, Inc.; Rosita Fejeran & Liberty Magat, Branch Supervisor, Member Service Representative/Mortgage, Navy Federal Credit Union; James Miller, Project/QC Manager, Guam Cleaning Masters; India Sekiguchi, President, The Island King Imports; Joaquin Cruz, Owner, Affiliated Lifestyles, Chrissy Taitano, Owner, Smallfry Children’s Boutique and Lenora C. Rapolla, Office Manager, CyclesPlus.]