Three Squares Restaurant Takes On the Håfa Adai Pledge

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Three Squares is the newest addition to the list of local companies that took on the Guam Visitors Bureau’s Håfa Adai Pledge.

Guam – Want to eat home-style comfort food and experience the Hafa Adai spirit at the same time? Visit Three Squares Restaurant in Tamuning.

 

Three Squares is the newest addition to the list of local companies that took on the Guam Visitors Bureau’s Håfa Adai Pledge. Restaurant Co-Owner Marie Guerrero says being a part of the program is a way of celebrating the Guam culture and spreading the Hafa Adai spirit to locals and tourists who dine in the restaurant.

Three Squares Co-Owner Marie Guerrero said, “As we all know, we always use Hafa adai in our communication, it’s part of our first approach and of course with food, it’s very important to our culture. We definitely want to embrace that and in today’s food tasting, you’ll see that a lot of the food we put together is stuff we grew up with, and so a lot of that is where we see the warmth and comfort and we see that when customers eat our food.”

The Håfa Adai Pledge program is the cornerstone of the Guam Visitors Bureau’s local community branding campaign. In its seventh year, the Håfa Adai Pledge program has grown steadily in the number of participants as well as the commitment of individual pledges.