MCV Cares to Give Away Glow Sticks for Halloween


Guam – MCV Cable Cares, the community organization of the MCV Broadband, together with Mobil, Hawaiian Rock, Department of Highway Safety and the Guam Police Department, will give away over 20,000 free Glow Sticks this Halloween.
The “Be Seen. Be Safe.” campaign is part of MCV Cable Cares community service program, which is dedicated to serving the local community.  This is the fourth year for the MCV Broadband “Be Seen. Be Safe.” Halloween Glow Stick safety campaign. Mobil,  Hawaiian Rock and Department of Highway Safety are happy to join MCV Broadband in this worthy MCV Cable Cares program.

GPD Acting Chief Ricardo Leon Guerrero and his department are excited about continuing the program. “The men and women of the Guam Police Department are grateful for these business partners who share our concerns for our children’s safety. Let’s all be seen and be safe,” stated the GPD Acting Chief Ricardo Leon Guerrero.

Director Andrew Leon Guerrero, who’s also the Governor’s Highway Safety Representative added “The Department of Public Works – Office of Highway Safety would like to remind parents, care-givers, and motorists to take special care on Guam’s roadways so that these little boys and girls have a safe and Happy Halloween and are not “haunted” by unnecessary injuries.”  He also added, “Watch for children walking in the street.  Slow down and give children lots of time to cross the street.”

“Mobil Oil Guam Inc. is pleased once again to partner with MCV, Guam Police Department, Hawaiian Rock to sponsor this year’s safety campaign.  Mobil’s commitment to safety and health in our community is aligned with the MCV Cable Cares Be Seen, Be Safe Campaign.  We encourage our customers to stop by one of Mobil’s designated service stations to pick up, while supplies last, a free safety glow light to ensure their children are safe and seen while trick or treating this Halloween.  Our children’s safety in our community is very important to us.”

Hawaiian Rock Marketing Manager Art Chan expressed his company’s support for the program. “Hawaiian Rock is proud to be part of MCV Broadband’s Be Seen. Be Safe Campaign. The safety of our children is always a concern when Halloween comes around and Hawaiian Rock wants to help them be safe.”

Thomas Higa, MCV Broadband VP of Marketing had this advice for parents. “The Glow Sticks come with a string and we advise parents to loosely tie the Glow Stick to the child’s wrist, costume, Trick or Treat bag or container so that the child will be visible at night. As with any costume accessory, MCV Broadband recommends that you DO NOT hang the glow stick around your child’s neck.”


Free Glow Sticks will be available October 29 and 30 at the following locations: MCV Broadband Macheche and SM Store and Agat locations.

* MOBIL STATIONS –Mangilao, Sinajana, East Agana, Maite, Airport, Liguan, Y-Sengong, Yigo, Ipan, Yona, and Agat.
* Department of Public Works Office of Highway Safety
* Airport Police Precinct– Lower Level Airport
* ALL Police Precincts.

Just say “MCV Cable Cares” to get a free Glow Stick.

Glow sticks are limited to 2 per person, per visit.