IBTF: iConnect Adopts Stretch of Marine Corps Drive in Upper Tumon


Upper Tumon, Gu – In partnership with the Islandwide Beautification Task Force (IBTF),  iConnect’s has adopted a stretch of Marine Corps Drive from JFK High School to the iConenct Office building.

The official adoption ceremony took place last Wednesday, November 27.

iConnect’s adopted road marks the 20th sign unveiled since February of this year.

IBTF’s Roadway Adoption Program under the Office of the Lieutenant Governor,  encourages businesses and organizations to take an active role in the community by adopting a stretch of roadway for a 2-year period or more.

For more information on how you can get involved with IBTF programs and projects like these feel free to call us at 475-9380, email us at lt.ibtf@guam.gov, and/or visit our facebook at facebook.com/guamibtf, and/or our website at www.guamibtf.com

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