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GVB Board selects Gutierrez & Perez to continue leading Guam Visitors Bureau

July 9, 2020

(Tumon, Guam) The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) has announced that former Governor Carl T.C. Gutierrez will remain as GVB President and CEO, while Dr. Gerry Perez will continue serving as GVB Vice President. Both Gutierrez and Perez were initially appointed in May by the GVB Board of Directors as the Bureau’s interim leadership team. The board unanimously voted at their July 9th meeting that they will continue to lead GVB going forward.

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Guam asks the world to Give Us A Moment in new awareness campaign

April 28, 2020

(Tumon, Guam) – The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) has launched a new awareness campaign that extends Guam’s Håfa Adai spirit to the world while encouraging everyone, including the island community and visitors in source markets, to stay home and stay safe. The campaign asks visitors to Give Us A Moment (#GUAM) as the island comes through the COVID-19 crisis.

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GVB Sidewalk Cleaning Project Underway

February 27, 2020

(Tumon, Guam) As part of its mission to develop Guam as a safe and satisfying destination, the Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) has started work on its Sidewalk Cleaning Project to improve the appearance and safety of the pedestrian corridor along Pale San Vitores Road.

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Visitor Safety Officers recognized for outstanding achievements

February 21, 2020

(Hagåtña, Guam) The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) recognized the achievements of its Visitor Safety Officers (VSOs) at a small award ceremony on February 19, 2020 at the Government House in Agana Heights. The VSOs were also supported and thanked by Governor Lou Leon Guerrero, GVB Board Chairman P. Sonny Ada and Visitor Safety and Satisfaction Chairman Sam Shinohara.

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GVB unveils newest mural at Guam Congress Building

February 20, 2020

(Hagåtña, Guam) The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) unveiled the fifth mural in the series of its Public Art Display Program at the Guam Congress Building in Hagåtña. The newest mural is located on the walkway of the Guam Congress Building. The street art gives an illusion of the walkway breaking open to reveal the sea life of the Marianas Trench.

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