H Å FA ADAI E VERYDAY | NOVEMBER 2018  | Volume 7, Issue No. 8
IT&E and IP&E join the Håfa Adai Pledge 
IT&E and IP&E representatives, joined by Guam Visitors Bureau Vice President Antonio Muña Jr., take the Håfa Pledge on November 15, 2018. From left: Antonio Muña Jr., GVB Vice President; Angela Rosario, IT&E Director of Product and Marketing; Jim Oehlerking, IT&E Chief Executive Officer; Brian Bamba, IP&E Managing Director; Camille Denight, IP&E Marketing Manager; Daphne Leon Guerrero, IP&E Human Resources Manager. 

Guam Museum celebrates second anniversary
by taking the Håfa Adai Pledge
Guam Museum Director Dominica Tolentino, joined by Guam Museum staff and Guam Visitors Bureau representatives, join the Håfa Pledge on November 4, 2018 to celebrate the museum’s second anniversary. From left: Perpetua San Agustin, Guam Museum; Josh Tyquiengco, GVB Public Information Officer; Jodiann Santos, Guam Museum; Pauline Okada, Guam Museum; Mark Lord, Guam Museum; Raelene Pascual, Guam Museum; Tolentino; Alex Gagarin, Guam Museum; and Nate Denight, President and CEO of GVB.

Humanities of Guahan take Håfa Adai Pledge
Humanities Guahan was warmly welcomed into the Håfa Adai Pledge Program at their Taking Root Youth Conference on October 26, 2018. Humanities Guahan takes the Håfa Adai Pledge in order to strengthen their mission to foster community engagement and dialogue, inspire critical thinking, celebrate diversity and enrich the quality of life of island residents through the power of the humanities.

Shop Guam e-Festival 2018

The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) is proud to announce it has worked with over 160 local vendors to generate more than 250 offers for the seventh annual Shop Guam e-Festival. The GVB signature event launched on Saturday, November 10, 2018, and will run through February 10, 2019. It also kicked off a yearlong Shop Guam campaign that will continue into four promotional seasons.

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Living the H å fa Adai Pledge - Aili Joseph
Aili Joseph is one of Hilton Guam Resort & Spa's cooks at Roy’s Kitchen. He is described as a “rising star” who takes on more than his fair share of tasks.

Aili was recently recognized for taking initiative to clean one of the outdoor walkways – not because anyone asked him to, because he noticed it needed to be done. He spent his own time picking up cigarette butts, soda cans, and small bits of trash. This is how he helps supports tourism, by beautifying areas commonly accessed by our guests so they can have a positive impression of Guam. 

Aili is a team player who always goes the extra mile, has perfect attendance, and always gives his best. He can be trusted with little to no supervision, handling the dining arrangements for important functions for our Arluis and Watabe wedding guests. He strives to live up to Hilton’s motto of “Make It Right.” 

Meet Banjo Gorit , a bell service agent at the Fiesta Resort Guam. He's got a serious mission to make you feel at home and comfortable as can be!
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