October 4, 2017

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World School Milk Day

 

World School Milk Day Participating Stores

Guam

Paulino Store
Familia Mart
Agat Kimchee
Pacific Supermart
One Plus One Mart
Super Mart
Village Pantry
NCS Market
SJ Mart
7-Day Market

Saipan

JCT Susupe
Han Nam
Lucky De Mart
Afetna Supermarket
Happy Market
JCT Dandan
L&Q
Twins Dandan
San Jose Mart
JCT Hafa Adai
New XO
99 Cents Super Mart
New Kagman Market

September 28, 2017

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National Coffee Day Participating Stores

National Coffee Day Participating Stores

Guam

All Circle K Locations
Sol Mart
OS7 Mart
Asan Beach Mart
Pacific Super Mart
One Plus One Mart
UR Mart
Super Mart
Minagof Mart
Pay-Less Oka
Latte Heights Mart
Maxi Mart
AM Bakery
SJ Mart
MJ Mart
Chalan Pago Familia Mart
One + One Mart
Village Pantry

Saipan

JCT Susupe
Blue Sky
Happy Market
Tenda
HanNam
Rising
Happy Market
LN Market
Mobil Susupe
JCT Dandan
Twins Puerto Rico
Twins Dandan
New Changming
Mobil Chalan Kiya
Martha’s Store
JCT Hafa Adai
Sarah Market
San Roque Market
LC Market
New Kagman Market
New XO
Shell Highway Express
Shell Puerto Rico
Capitol Hill Market

September 13, 2017

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Group donates $10K to American Red Cross Guam Chapter

(BARRIGADA, Guam)—The leading food, beverage, and communications group of companies composed of Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Inc., Foremost Foods, Inc., Subway Restaurants of Guam, Chili’s Grill & Bar, Glimpses Advertising, and Glimpses Publications has renewed its commitment to support the American Red Cross Guam Chapter, with a check for $10,000.00 donated to the organization on Sept. 8.

The donation will go toward the sponsorship of the Red Ball, a signature fundraiser for the organization to help the Guam community with emergency and disaster and preparedness. The 17th Red Ball, scheduled for Sept. 23 this year counts the group of companies as a long-standing Platinum Sponsor.

Marcos W. Fong, group executive vice president, led the check presentation to the American Red Cross Guam Chapter, where he also serves as chairman of the board. “Our group of companies has a long history of supporting the American Red Cross. We are proud to sustain our commitment with our monetary giving to the Red Cross, as this will help fund efforts to assist our community in time of need,” Fong said.

Jonathan Kriegel, president and CEO, Docomo Pacific and chair of this year’s Red Ball, and Chita Blaise, CEO of the American Red Cross Guam Chapter received the check on behalf of the organization.

December 15, 2016

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I*RECYCLE PROGRAM GENERATES NEARLY A QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS FOR PARTICIPATING LOCAL SCHOOLS

January 2016, Guam – The Guam Business Partners for Recycling, under the project i*recycle, has disbursed over $225,000.00 to participating schools for their aluminum can recycling efforts.  “Our students continue to work hard to set the example for protecting our island home.  But more can be done at work, home and within our villages” says Mark J. Sablan of South Pacific Petroleum and President for The Guam Business Partners for Recycling Board.

The i*recycle program continues to educate the community on the importance of recycling aluminum cans throughout the island.  With more than forty satellite aluminum recycling bins stationed at public, private and DODEA schools, i*recycle efforts are also seen at many of our island-wide events.  Peggy Denney, Program Administrator, organizes volunteers in educating the community through events like the annual Bank of Guam IFIT 5k, Strides for the Cure 2k/5k and the Liberation Day Parade.

“I am proud of the work and progress our participating schools have accomplished,” Denney says.  “They are making a difference for our community while helping to support their school.”

By continuing to support this program Guam takes bigger steps to reduce the volume of the waste.  Recycling diverts valuable resources from landfills which in turn makes fewer landfills necessary.  Recycling valuable resources can result in cash returns – such as when aluminum is collected at schools and sold so those same schools can reinvest their well-earned funds into academic, athletic and extracurricular programs.  Recycling also reduces litter throughout the island and helps our communities to be cleaner and more welcoming for locals and visitors alike.

 

Proceeds from the sale of aluminum cans are divided proportionally among the schools where the cans are collected.  These disbursements were determined by the volume of cans each school had collected.  The Top 3 earning schools from i*recycle Program’s latest containers are as follows:


McCool Elementary/Middle School                $2,176.00

Agana Heights Elementary School                $1,742.67

St. John’s School                                            $1,578.39


Guam Business Partners for Recycling began the program to educate and promote recycling on an island-wide level.  The GBPR’s plan utilizes private, public and DODEA  schools as sites for aluminum can recycling bins, affording the entire community convenient access to recycling aluminum cans.

To learn more about the i*recycle program and how you can become involved, contact Peggy Denney, Program Administrator, at (671) 483-9415 or follow us on Facebook at irecycleguam.

1Peggy Denney presented a check for $2,176.00 to McCool Elementary/Middle School representative.

2Check for $1,742.67 presented to representatives from Agana Heights Elementary School from i*recycle
Program Administrator, Peggy Denney.

3Check for $1,578.39 presented to representatives from St. John’s School from i*recycle
Program Administrator, Peggy Denney.

December 7, 2016

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COAST 360 AND THE PAY-LESS FOUNDATION FUNDS NEW PLASTIC RECYCLING BINS FOR THE I*RECYCLE PROGRAM

Press Release

December 2016, Guam – Guam Business Partners for Recycling, Inc. (GBPRI), the non-profit that created the i*recycle program, is in the process of bringing in new plastic 6cy recycling bins to replace the metal 8cy bins that were placed at participating schools in the fall of 2007. “The original metal 8cy bins have helped to grow the i*recycle program to where we are today. It has served its purpose and we are proud to work with the business community to have them replaced,” said Mark J. Sablan of South Pacific Petroleum and President of the Guam Business Partners for Recycling Board.

The new bins cost approximately $1150 apiece, including manufacturing, trucking to the West coast, and signage. Shipping costs are covered by Matson, one of i*recycle’s partners. i*recycle will be soliciting sponsorships from local companies to assist in covering the cost of the bins. Logos of bin sponsors will be reflected in the signage on each bin. The first 12 bins have been received and are ready to be placed at 12 schools. Bins will be delivered over the next two weeks.

The Pay-Less Community Foundation donated $11,000 to i*recycle from its 2014 Kick the Fat 5K event. The proceeds were set aside to purchase new bins. The foundation’s contribution covers the cost of nine new bins. Eight of these nine bins will be placed at the eight schools that are partnering with the eight Pay-Less Supermarkets to be the recipients of the aluminum cans that are generated at Pay-Less stores. Those eight schools are Agana Heights Elementary, CL Taitano Elementary, Untalan Middle School, Tamuning Elementary, Liguan Elementary, Benavente Middle School, Simon Sanchez High School, and Southern High School.

Coast 360 Federal Credit Union is donating $5,500 to i*recycle from its most recent 5K, which will cover the cost of five new bins. The five recipient schools will be MU Lujan Elementary, Wettengel Elementary, Inarajan Middle School, John F. Kennedy High School, and Merizo Elementary.

Over the next year, i*recycle plans to bring in a total of 60 bins which will allow 60 schools to participate in the program, thus increasing the number of participating schools by 20.

Any company that is interested in sponsoring an i*recycle bin should contact Peggy Denney, program administrator, at 483-9415.

The Guam Business Partners for Recycling (GBPR) started the i*recycle program in 2007 by Ambros, Inc., Guahan Waste Control, Inc., South Pacific Petroleum Corporation, Matson Navigation, Pyramid Recycling, Bank of Guam, Glimpses of Guam, Inc., Coca-Cola Beverage Company Guam, Inc., Foremost Foods, Inc., and Subway Restaurants. The program was started to educate and promote recycling on an island-wide level. i*recycle’s plan utilizes private, public and DODEA schools as sites for aluminum can recycling bins, affording the entire community convenient access to recycling aluminum cans. Since the programs start in 2007, i*recycle has collected and recycled over 11 million aluminum cans.

To learn more about the i*recycle program and how you can become involved, contact Peggy Denney, Program Administrator, at (671) 483-9415 or follow us on Facebook at irecycleguam.

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May 20, 2016

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Group of Companies Donates to the American Red Cross

(BARRIGADA, Guam) September 2016 — The group of companies comprising Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam) Inc., Foremost Foods, Inc., Subway Restaurants, Chili’s Grill & kamagrawiki Bar, Glimpses Advertising and Glimpses Publications proudly continued its Platinum Sponsorship of the American Red Cross Guam Chapter’s Red Ball fundraiser with a check for $10,000, presented to the organization on September 9th.

This group of companies remains committed in its support of the American Red Cross and its efforts to help the people of Guam with emergency and disaster preparedness.

“This year we celebrate the American Red Cross’ Century of Service on Guam as well as the 16th anniversary of the Red Ball – one of the most important fundraising efforts of the Guam Chapter’s year,” said Marcos W. Fong, group executive vice president, Foremost Foods Inc., Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Glimpses of Guam Inc., and Nakicos Corp. Fong serves as the American Red Cross Guam Chapter’s Board Chairman.

(L-R: Caroline Sablan, Board Member, ARC Guam Chapter; Gary Schiff, director of brand management, Subway Restaurants of Guam, Saipan and AAFES and NEXCOM Japan; Maureen N. Maratita, publisher, Glimpses Publications; Ernest Mak, director of operations, Foremost Foods Inc. and Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam); Monica Duenas, Board Member, ARC Guam Chapter; Sharleen Marchesseault, director of agency services, Glimpses Advertising; Marcos W. Fong, group executive vice president, Foremost Foods Inc., Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Glimpses of Guam Inc. and Nakicos Corp.; Karvin Flynn, Board Treasurer, ARC Guam Chapter; Chita A. Blaise, CEO, ARC Guam Chapter; Lucy Alcorn, Board Member, ARC Guam Chapter; Ed Ilao, Board Member, ARC Guam Chapter; and Margie Nicolas Training Program Coordinator, ARC Guam Chapter.

(L-R: Caroline Sablan, Board Member, ARC Guam Chapter; Gary Schiff, director of brand management, Subway Restaurants of Guam, Saipan and AAFES and NEXCOM Japan; Maureen N. Maratita, publisher, Glimpses Publications; Ernest Mak, director of operations, Foremost Foods Inc. and Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam); Monica Duenas, Board Member, ARC Guam Chapter; Sharleen Marchesseault, director of agency services, Glimpses Advertising; Marcos W. Fong, group executive vice president, Foremost Foods Inc., Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Guam), Glimpses of Guam Inc. and Nakicos Corp.; Karvin Flynn, Board Treasurer, ARC Guam Chapter; Chita A. Blaise, CEO, ARC Guam Chapter; Lucy Alcorn, Board Member, ARC Guam Chapter; Ed Ilao, Board Member, ARC Guam Chapter; and Margie Nicolas Training Program Coordinator, ARC Guam Chapter.

December 19, 2015

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FOREMOST UNVEILS “CHAMOORITA” IN NEW LOCATION

Collado, Fong, & Mak
Pictured L to R – Joe Collado, Plant Manager; Marcos Fong, CEO of Foremost Foods, Inc. & Coca-Cola Beverage Company (Guam); and Ernest Mak, Director of Operations, Foremost Foods, Inc. & Coca-Cola Beverage Company (Guam)

Beloved Island Icon finds a new home at the company’s Barrigada Heights location


(Thursday, February 19, 2015; Barrigada Heights, Guam) Foremost Foods, Inc. welcomed a familiar face to their offices today with the unveiling of a refurbished Chamoorita, the company’s iconic cow statue. The Foremost mascot is now permanently installed at the front door of the company’s warehouse and distribution center in Barrigada Heights where she will be able to greet people at eye level for the first time.

For many years, Foremost Foods’s famous cow stood watch over Marine Corps Drive, providing a cheerful landmark for the company’s offices and facility. Two years ago, when Foremost and the group of companies moved to their new location, Chamoorita was removed from her platform above the billboard and put out to pasture.

However, it wasn’t long before stories began reaching Foremost about how much the cow was missed. “We would receive messages on the Foremost Facebook page, from people telling us how much they missed seeing her and asking where she was,” said CEO Marcos Fong. “We realized that Chamoorita had become an island icon and we needed to bring her back.”

The first time the cow appeared as a representative for Foremost Foods was as part of a print advertising campaign in January 1979.She made another comeback in 1981, appearing in print ads again. It was clear that the cow had appeal, but what she didn’t have was a name. In the mid-1980s, Foremost Foods launched an island-wide contest in the public elementary schools and the winning submission was: Chamoorita.

Chamoorita has been embraced by the island and Foremost Foods is proud to have her back. “We wanted to find a special place for her,” said Fong, “a place where people could interact and take photos with her. We hope everyone is as happy to see Chamoorita back as we are.”

For more information about Foremost Foods, Inc., please visit our website at www.foremostguam.com or connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest.

December 12, 2015

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Foremost continues to provide relief for Typhoon Soudelor victims

Additional 200 cases of non-fat and reduced fat UHT milk donated to non-profit organizations

 

CHALAN LAULAU, Saipan — Foremost Foods Saipan recently donated an additional 200 cases of Foremost Non-fat and Reduced Fat UHT Milk quarts to charities that continue to serve the victims of Typhoon Soudelor. In August, the food and beverage company contributed the first 200 cases of Foremost Non-fat Milk to The Salvation Army, which used the donation for its soup kitchen.

The added 200 cases of combined non-fat and reduced fat milk in quarts had been distributed to The Salvation Army, Office on Aging, and Karidat Social Services as part of the company’s partnership with non-profit and charitable organizations that provide relief in the aftermath of Typhoon Soudelor.

Foremost Foods Saipan, Coca-Cola Beverage Co. (Micronesia) Inc. and its sister companies in the Transpacific Group, including Subway Investments Corporation, Glimpses Advertising & Publications, and Foremost Scoops, were among the first companies to provide immediate relief to the victims of Typhoon Soudelor in the critical days following the devastation brought by the typhoon.

Group Executive Vice President Marcos W. Fong, who is also chairman of American Red Cross-Guam Chapter, took the initiative to reach out to the American Red Cross-NMI Chapter as well as The Salvation Army, and mobilized company staff and material resources to assist the organizations in providing relief goods to typhoon victims.

“The destruction on Saipan saddens. Saipan is not only a place where we do business; it is home. We will harness our resources to provide what is needed to provide relief and help in the recovery of our island community. We have the capability to immediately provide assistance to those in need. While off-island relief goods are being prepared for shipment to Saipan, our supplies are already on island,” Fong said.

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Foremost Foods Saipan assistant operations manager Ailene Benavidez, assisted by distribution specialist Francisco Borja, seated, left, and warehouse staff Trumaine Mafnas, presents cases of Foremost Non-fat Milk and Reduced Fat Milk to Pastor Wayne Gillespie of The Salvation Army at the Soup Kitchen in Chalan Piao.

FOREMOST DONATES 200 CASES OF MILK

Office on Aging community development specialist Linda C. Torres, second left, accepts the delivery of Foremost Non-fat and Reduced Fat Milk from Foremost Foods Saipan assistant operations manager Ailene Benavidez, right. They are joined by Office on Aging congregants and staff from left, Virgie Mallari, Milan Fargo, Orlando Limes, and Jack Ogumoro at the man’amko center in Garapan.

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The Foremost Foods Saipan team of, clockwise from right, Ailene Benavidez, assistant operations manager; Trumaine Mafnas, warehouse staff; and Francisco Borja, distribution specialist presents the cases of Foremost Non-fat and Reduced Fat Milk to Lauri Ogumoro, executive director, Karidat at the office of the social services agency in Chalan Piao.

December 2, 2015

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Coke-Foremost GFA Gift Presentation

(Friday, February 27, 2015; Barrigada Heights, Guam) In the photo is Guam Football Association President Richard Lai (left) presenting a gift from GFA to Marcos Fong, CEO of Foremost Foods, Inc. & Coca-Cola Beverage Company (Guam) after signing a two-year partnership.

(Friday, February 27, 2015; Barrigada Heights, Guam) In the photo is Guam Football Association President Richard Lai (left) presenting a gift from GFA to Marcos Fong, CEO of Foremost Foods, Inc. & Coca-Cola Beverage Company (Guam) after signing a two-year partnership.

May 27, 2015

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Guam Dental Society 5K Fun Run/Walk

To benefit Future Healers of Guam and Guam Fluoride Varnish Program



(Tuesday, January 19, 2015; Hagatna, Guam) The Guam Dental Society (GDS) will be hosting its first annual 5K Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015 at the Chamorro Village in Hagatna. The event begins with a show time at 5 am and the runners hit the course at 6 am. There will be awards to the top three finishers in each age division and free T-shirts to the first 300 finishers. There will be lots of raffle prizes, too, and drinks from Foremost Foods, Inc.

Proceeds from the GDS 5K Fun Run/Walk go to the Future Healers of Guam, to benefit Guam’s high school students who have aspirations to join the healthcare profession and also the Guam Fluoride Varnish Program, which was created to improve access to preventative dental care for Guam’s children.

Interested participants can register at Hornet Sporting Goods. Pre-registration is $8 per person or $25 for group of four and $10 per person on race day. For more information about the race, contact Kim at 489-4109.

 

For more information: Chong Yon Kim
Cell: 489.4109

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