Guam – One of the busiest sections of Marine Corps Drive will be kept clean through a new Islandwide Beautification Task Force (IBTF) Partnership.
Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio announced Personal Finance Center’s (PFC) participation at its Roadway Adoption Program (RAP) sign unveiling yesterday.
“Personal Finance Center’s commitment to beautify Guam is something for which they and we are equally proud. This is yet another public recognition of a good corporate citizen making a difference, and for this we thank PFC!”
This is yet another proud partnership since the program launched in February. PFC’s adopted stretch of Marine Corps Drive is from the ITC Intersection to Atkins Kroll, Tamuning. PFC’s event marks the 17th official roadway adoption with many more slated in the near future. The Road Adoption Program seeks out members of the community, be they a business, organization, or individual, to clean and maintain a stretch of road.
[L-R: Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio; Personal Finance Center, Director of Marketing and Business Development Robert Paulino; Islandwide Beautification Task Force Project Manager Lloyd Cubacub.]
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